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Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. Positioned to Serve as Alternative to Lock-Up for  Youth Released from New York’s Adult Prisons

Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. Positioned to Serve as Alternative to Lock-Up for Youth Released from New York’s Adult Prisons

  • 12/5/2018 10:07:00 AM
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New York (Dec. 5, 2018) – At age 37, Anton Cannatella speaks of a former Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc. participant as he would a younger brother, nephew or even son. The young man, now 18, is one of many youth Cannatella has worked with since 2013 in his role as a YAP mentor-advocate in the Bronx."When I met him, he had just turned 16 and was referred to our program because of a robbery charge. His YAP enrollment ended almost a year ago and he hasn't been in any trouble for ...
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YAP Model Training with Johnson County, IN Juvenile Probation

YAP Model Training with Johnson County, IN Juvenile Probation

  • 3/31/2017 2:11:00 PM
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YAP was invited by Johnson County (IN) Juvenile Probation to provide training on our model. Jason Wilson, YAP Director from Orange County, NY provided the 4-day training, outlining YAP's philosophy, principles and approach. The training was built around YAP's BAT orientation and YAPwrap training, with the addition of trauma, assessments, advocate matching, child-family teams, and other quality aspects of a Director's role.Our thanks to Johnson County for their warm hospitality and support of app...
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Pay-for-Success Watch: Youth Advocate Programs Enters the PFS Fray

  • 2/12/2016 1:22:00 PM
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by John Kellyreprinted with permission from The Chronicle of Social ChangeYouth Services Insider has learned that Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), one of the few national providers of community-based programs for juvenile offenders, has entered into its first pay-for-success (PFS) venture.The Harrisburg, Penn.-based outfit is partnering with several foundations and stakeholders in Indiana on a two-year, $800,000 project to serve youth in Marion County, better known to the world as Indianapolis.“Y...
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