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Building better futures for youth, their families, and community.

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Whatever It Takes!

JusticeWorks embodies the heart and head of human service. At our heart is a passionate, tireless commitment to improve the lives of those with whom we’re entrusted to work. We are proactive, innovative and persistent at finding the ingredients to make a positive difference for our children and families.

Heart is of little value without a head to direct and evaluate effort. Since our inception we have been an outcomes-driven organization. Evaluation studies have consistently shown the efficacy of our work and demonstrated substantial cost savings for the public sector.

As a human service organization, we stress the importance of being human to the people we work with and to our own staff. We are immensely proud of our staff and have a culture which respects and rewards  their hard work and accomplishments.

Our effective philosophy and practice have earned us a superb reputation and led to continuous growth since our founding in 1999.

 

Mission & Values

JusticeWorks’ mission is to build better futures for youth, their families and the community.

We provide innovative programs that identify and build on youths’ and families’ strengths. We create structure to positively redirect their lives. We help youth become good citizens and assist their families to resolve their problems and to be supportive of their children. Our efforts help remedy damage to the community and restore community safety.

Our values being with KidsFirst! In everything we do the needs and concerns of youth and families are our fundamental concern. All of our work is directed to help the youth and families in our care.

JusticeWorks has taken our responsibility seriously to be an accountable, high quality providerWe’ve consistently made an effort to evaluate the outcomes of our work to guide the evolution of our programs. While we are proud of the outstanding results we’ve achieved over the years, we never stop trying to improve.

Where We Serve

Total Counties

News

JusticeWorks YouthCare to Provide Services for Lebanon County!

On September 13th, 2019, our JusticeWorks team met with representatives from Lebanon County Children and Youth to discuss the implementation of our signature services, STOPP® and JustCare®. We welcome Lebanon County as our 44th Pennsylvania County!

Lebanon, formerly known as Steitztown, was historically home to a major steel mill operated by Bethlehem Steel. Lebanon bologna originates from the area and was first made in the city. Lebanon’s native son, Kerry Collins, born Dec. 30, 1972, played football for the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, and Oakland Raiders – among many other teams.

We look forward to an enduring partnership with Lebanon County.  We will do ‘whatever it takes’ to ensure the highest level of success for the children and families of Lebanon County.

Success Story

A Great Start in Colorado!

(Kudos to Namuyaba Temanju, Family Resource Specialist)

Hello Everyone,

          Today was a great day for our team! Namuyaba has been working with a single mom who has custody of her 7-month-old child. Mom has been trying desperately (for two years) to get her 2-year-old returned to her. Namuyaba has been working with this mother for several weeks and has become her greatest advocate. I accompanied Namuyaba to the latest Family Team Meeting for this mother, which went amazingly well. The majority of the participants raved at how well the mother had been doing. In turn, the mother reported that Namuyaba has been her greatest support this past couple of weeks. Before the meeting ended, everyone agreed that the 2-year-old will return home to her mother.

          After the meeting, I spoke with the Guardian Ad Litem. She stated that due to Namuyaba’s work with the family, she was also more comfortable with the 2-year-old returning home.  Also, she reported that things were going so well that transitioning the mother’s 16-year-old back into her care is a good possibility. This was something that the mother was told would never happen. It goes to show what is possible when we pour our passion into these families and make them feel like we are indeed in their corner. I see this as the first of many victories for our Colorado team!

          Both the Caseworker and Supervisor were very excited to hear about the work we do here at Justice Works. The Supervisor stated that she will be recommending our services to others.

Thank You,

Christopher Williams

JWCO Program Director, Colorado

 **Thank you, Chris, for sharing this beautiful story! Kudos to NamuyabaTemanju! Namuyaba’s hard work and dedication resulted in the family’s reunification.

 

News

JusticeWorks YouthCare to Provide Services for Lebanon County!

On September 13th, 2019, our JusticeWorks team met with representatives from Lebanon County Children and Youth to discuss the implementation of our signature services, STOPP® and JustCare®. We welcome Lebanon County as our 44th Pennsylvania County!

Lebanon, formerly known as Steitztown, was historically home to a major steel mill operated by Bethlehem Steel. Lebanon bologna originates from the area and was first made in the city. Lebanon’s native son, Kerry Collins, born Dec. 30, 1972, played football for the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, and Oakland Raiders – among many other teams.

We look forward to an enduring partnership with Lebanon County.  We will do ‘whatever it takes’ to ensure the highest level of success for the children and families of Lebanon County.

Success Story

A Great Start in Colorado!

(Kudos to Namuyaba Temanju, Family Resource Specialist)

Hello Everyone,

          Today was a great day for our team! Namuyaba has been working with a single mom who has custody of her 7-month-old child. Mom has been trying desperately (for two years) to get her 2-year-old returned to her. Namuyaba has been working with this mother for several weeks and has become her greatest advocate. I accompanied Namuyaba to the latest Family Team Meeting for this mother, which went amazingly well. The majority of the participants raved at how well the mother had been doing. In turn, the mother reported that Namuyaba has been her greatest support this past couple of weeks. Before the meeting ended, everyone agreed that the 2-year-old will return home to her mother.

          After the meeting, I spoke with the Guardian Ad Litem. She stated that due to Namuyaba’s work with the family, she was also more comfortable with the 2-year-old returning home.  Also, she reported that things were going so well that transitioning the mother’s 16-year-old back into her care is a good possibility. This was something that the mother was told would never happen. It goes to show what is possible when we pour our passion into these families and make them feel like we are indeed in their corner. I see this as the first of many victories for our Colorado team!

          Both the Caseworker and Supervisor were very excited to hear about the work we do here at Justice Works. The Supervisor stated that she will be recommending our services to others.

Thank You,

Christopher Williams

JWCO Program Director, Colorado

 **Thank you, Chris, for sharing this beautiful story! Kudos to NamuyabaTemanju! Namuyaba’s hard work and dedication resulted in the family’s reunification.

 

Staff Appreciation

JusticeWorks Top Workplace Award

We are honored to have recently received an award by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette which recognizes JusticeWorks as one of the Pittsburgh region’s Top Workplaces! On Thursday, August 22nd, senior managers Dipesh Chauhan, Rebekah Smith, Errone Cody, Matt Davin, Jeff...

About us

JusticeWorks has continuously sought to enhance our skills. To that end, we have incorporated into our service array evidence-based and research-informed programming to achieve the best outcomes for the youth and families in our care. These services can be offered as ‘stand-alone’ services or as enhancements to our own signature services.

Contact

JusticeWorks YouthCare
1500 Ardmore Boulevard
Suite 410
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Phone: (877) 525-JWYC (5992)

JusticeWorks BehavioralCare
4 Carriage Lane
Suite 405
Charleston, SC 29407
Phone: (843) 974-5934

JusticeWorks FL
1591 Robert J Conlan Boulevard
Suite 128
Palm Bay, FL 32905
Phone: (484) 281-3703