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CJCJ's Kimo Uila presents at TCWF Conference, Dec. 13

On December 12-13, 2012, The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) is holding its annual Violence Prevention and California Peace Prize conference in Los Angeles, CA.

CJCJ's Director of Juvenile Justice Services, Kimo Uila, will be presenting on Thursday, December 13, as a panelist on Concurrent Workshop III: Ensuring Public Safety Through Successful Juvenile Re-Entry.

This panel will explore juvenile re-entry programs in three major counties in the state: Los Angeles, San Francisco and Alameda (Oakland). Topics discussed will include: effective re-entry practices, conducting programs inside juvenile facilities, government funding for youth services, and needed policy shifts in juvenile justice.

Other panelists include:

Achebe Hoskins
Director of Youth Programs
The Mentoring Center

Fernando Montes-Rodriguez
Program Director
New Visions Foundation

Moderator: David Muhammad, CEO of Solutions, Inc.

Keywords: Kimo Uila, presentation, reentry, San Francisco, youth

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