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San Joaquin County probation chief Stephanie James aims to help troubled youths

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Posted: Thursday, June 12, 2014 11:17 pm

It was a full house at the Robert J. Cabral Agricultural Center on Wednesday as the San Joaquin County Probation Department, in partnership with the Sierra Health Foundation, announced the Positive Youth Justice Initiative.

The Positive Youth Justice Initiative is an experimental program that focuses on helping “crossover youths” who are stuck in a cycle of going in and out of the juvenile justice system, and have a traumatic background or a history with child welfare services.

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