Stoneleigh News

Senior Program Officer Marie Williams reflects on why immigration policy should matter to youth-serving systems such as juvenile justice and child welfare.
Los Angeles County has announced they will begin using the Girls Health Screen for all girls in their juvenile justice system. The Girls Health Screen, developed by former Stoneleigh Fellow Leslie Acoca, is the nation's only evidence-based health screen designed for young women. The screen will help LA County learn more about how to address the unique health needs of justice-involved girls.
On June 14, 2017, the Stoneleigh Foundation, Juvenile Law Center, and Philly Homes 4 Youth hosted the Philadelphia premiere of The Homestretch, a  documentary that follows three teenagers experiencing homelessness as they fight to stay in school, graduate, and build a future.


Press Coverage

Dr. Ted Corbin sought to address the gap between the physical and psychological treatment of victims of violence. Now five area hospitals have adopted his innovative trauma care model, Healing Hurt People.
Danielle Sered is interviewed on NPR's The Takeaway about Common Justice, a project of the VERA Institute that helps find alternatives to incarceration with victims of violence by facilitating face-to-face conversations and encouraging accountability.
Stoneleigh Fellow Kevin Bethel shares how his life experiences shaped his perspectives on juvenile justice and how police leadership and training can stop the criminalization of youth in America.