Eckerd Project Bridge has expanded its program to reduce juvenile recidivism in Florida. The project provides transitional services to youths from age 11 to age 21 so that they can reintegrate back into their communities after release from juvenile justice residential commitment programs. Eckerd Project Bridge currently assists approximately 350 juvenile offenders a year with a success rate of 85 percent. Read the full article.
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