Making Peace Workshop Referral

Feb 23, 2022 | Making Peace

We just published an updated referral form for our Making Peace Workshop (below). As more partners in our juvenile justice system are again working in person, this is an incredibly valuable resource to build communication and conflict resolution skills in every family. For more on this workshop click here.

  • MDJDistrict #Docket #Phone #ContactFaxEmail 
  • YAPContactPhone #Case #EmailFax # 
  • OtherContactPhone #Case #EmailFax 
  • ChargeProbation Ending PeriodBrief Description of OffenseConsequences Assigned 
  • Name of the other party 
  • Youth NameDate of BirthGenderEthnicityAddress 
  • Parent/Guardian 1 NameRelationship to youthPlease indicate special language needs:Parent/ Guardian 2 NameRelationship to YouthPlease indicate special language needs: 
  • YouthGuardian 1Guardian 2Guardian 3 

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