CCFY organizes community members most affected by juvenile justice policies to advocate for juvenile justice reform. CCFY believes that true juvenile justice reform must include meaningful participation from youth and families, and that the juvenile justice system must be accountable to the local community.
Community Education – CCFY delivers workshops and seminars on juvenile justice reform for youth programs, community organizations, faith-based institutions and other community stakeholders.
Leadership Development – CCFY trains youth and parents directly affected by the juvenile justice system as peer educators, advocates, and policy advisors.
The Miriam Network – The Miriam Network is a network of volunteers from the faith community committed to advocate for youth in the juvenile justice system.