Below, you’ll find organizations with expertise related to dual status youth. The list is not exhaustive, but should be useful for those who wish to learn more.

Annie E. Casey Foundation
Special expertise: child protection, foster care, juvenile detention, juvenile incarceration

Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (Georgetown)
Special expertise: collaboration, dual status youth, systems of care

Child Welfare League of America
Special expertise: child protection, child welfare system, foster care

Juvenile Law Center
Special expertise: diversion, confidentiality, due process, foster care, information sharing

Models for Change
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Special expertise: aftercare/reentry, community-based alternatives, comprehensive reform, diversion, dual status youth, evidence-based practices, juvenile indigent defense, racial/ethnic fairness (DMC)

National Center for Juvenile Justice
Special expertise: juvenile justice data and statistical analysis

National Juvenile Justice Network
Special expertise: aftercare/reentry, deincarceration, justice reinvestment, racial and ethnic fairness, school to prison pipeline

RFK National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice
Special expertise: collaboration, data planning, dual status youth, information sharing, probation system reform