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MJJA Excellence in Juvenile Court Program Award

MJJA invites, and selects juvenile/family court recipients reflecting provision of outstanding juvenile court programming. Members of the selection committee are representatives from the following: Office of State Courts Administrator, Division of Youth Services, Children's Division, Department of Mental Health, The Children's Trust Fund, MJJA Board, and Missouri Juvenile & Family Courts.

2016 Recipient of the Award:
The 22nd Judicial Circuit - Team Support Approach Program
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2015 Recipient of the Award:
The 6th Judicial Circuit - Youth Accountability Diversion Program
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2013 Recipient of the Award:
The 22nd Judicial Circuit - After School Vocational Program
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2011 Recipient of the Award:
The 38th Judicial Circuit - "Girl Talk"
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2008 Recipient of the Award:
The 31st Judicial Circuit "Road To Reunification" Program

The “Road to Reunification” is a court ordered educational program intended to provide parents with a comprehensive understanding of the court process, roles and responsibilities, treatment plans, and visitation with their children.

2005 Recipient of the Award:
The 16th Circuit "Sentenced to the Arts" Project

For more details about the project, please click here.

2003 Recipient of the Award:
The 21st Circuit Family Group Conferencing Program

An innovative alternative dispute resolution technique, this program recognized that family and community play an important role in making and carrying out decisions in cases of child protection. For more details about the program, please click here.