How to Implement a Model to Get Youth Off Drugs and Out of Crime


It consists of six stages that direct how the juvenile justice system, substance abuse treatment providers, and the community (including the families of juvenile justice youth) work together.

About: Reclaiming Futures helps young people in trouble with drugs, alcohol, and crime. In 2001, with a $21 million investment from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 10 founding communities located throughout the United States began reinventing the way police, courts, detention facilities, treatment providers, and the community work together to meet this urgent need.