Missouri Juvenile Justice Association
The Missouri Juvenile Justice Association (MJJA) is a statewide, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is dedicated to promoting justice for children, youth and families within Missouri.
Missouri CURE organizes and unites offenders, their families, and others for education and advocacy in criminal justice issues.
Campaign for Youth Justice
The Campaign for Youth Justice is dedicated to ending the practice of trying, sentencing, and incarcerating youth under the age of 18 in the adult criminal justice system.
The National Juvenile Justice Network
The National Juvenile Justice Network leads a national movement of state-based juvenile justice coalitions and organizations to secure state and federal laws, policies and practices that are fair, equitable and developmentally appropriate for all children, youth and families involved in, or at risk of becoming involved in, the justice system.
The Community Justice Network for Youth
The Community Justice Network for Youth (CJNY) is a program of the W. Haywood Burns Institute. This program is comprised of community-based programs, grassroots organizations, service-providing agencies, residential facilities and advocacy groups that focus their work on youth of color. The CJNY's primary function is to be a support network for organizers and practitioners who are on the ground working with youth who are at risk or already involved in juvenile justice systems.
Justice for Families
Justice for Families (J4) is a new national support, advocacy and organizing initiative of families of court involved and incarcerated youth that works to challenge the community disinvestment, zero tolerance school policies, and punitive laws that lead to the disparate lockup of youth of color.