What is the name of the program you are assessing?
Where is the program located?
Have there been any studies completed on the effectiveness of the program you are reviewing for the assignment? What were the results of these studies? If no studies were done, would this have been informative?
What (if any) positive impact is the program providing for the community and the delinquents?
Will the program help to curb juvenile delinquency? Why?
What are the negative aspects of the program you reviewed?
Give specific suggestions for improving the program (none is not an appropriate answer here, there are always manners in which programs can be improved).
Explain your reasoning for supporting or eliminating the program.
Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
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The name of the program that the author will be assessing is First Step “Changing People Lives”- Juvenile Delinquency Treatment Program located in Reisterstown, Maryland. First Step has two locations in Baltimore County, Maryland that offers counseling, employment and training services to juveniles. There has been limited studies of this program since it was established in 2005. However, there has been numerous studies of the Charles Hickey School for Boys, which located in Catonsville, Maryland. The author research First Step Juvenile Treatment Services Program, which the program provides following services to its juveniles.
Thus, there has been limited studies of First Step “Changing People Lives”- Juvenile Delinquency Treatment Program located in Reisterstown, Maryland, which completed on the effectiveness of the programs by offering counseling and treatment for substance abuse, mental health, Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome...