We invite you to join us for a webinar to review the latest features and updates in the July beta release of YouthCenter. The features and updates we will be showing are available for review in your beta environment now and will be released to production October 1, 2016.
There are a lot of changes in this release. Allow us to give you a walkthrough of the application highlighting the changes as we go along. If you're in a hurry, you can find a complete bulleted list of the changes at the end.
YouthCenter will be receiving a major update in 2016. Our product team has been working hard to bring the software to other browsers and mobile devices. See what features you can expect to use in the new YouthCenter in 2016.
We're hosting another YouthCenter User Group meeting! Join us after the April MJDA Quarterly Meeting on Wednesday, April 20th.
Success or failure in working with juveniles is impacted by regular and meaningful interaction between the caseworker, the juvenile, and others involved with the youth (parents, school officials, etc.). An effective manager carefully monitors caseworker’s daily work and responds with feedback, training or correction when necessary.
In November YouthCenter was privileged to be a part of Michigan’s Juvenile Justice Vision 20/20 (JJV 20/20) Annual Meeting. This was an interactive, statewide, discussion about juvenile justice issues.
New improved main menu and more updates for beta. Check them out, let us know if you find anything that needs changing or improving! These changes will be rolled out to live next week.
Last week YouthCenter attended, as an exhibitor, the Juvenile Justice 20/20 conference "Human Trafficking - Strategies for Juvenile Justice". This conference was held at the Grand Valley State University, Loosemore Auditorium, in Grand Rapids, MI. The conference that was aimed at Courts, Case Workers, and Service Providers. The conference included speakers from the FBI, Michigan State Police, and The YWCA, among many others.