MPHI

Michigan Juvenile Justice Re-Entry

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Welcome

Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI) serves as the care coordination agency of Michigan's Juvenile Justice Re-Entry Program. MPHI works with partners and communities to improve successful transitions of youth from juvenile residential treatment facilities or programs into their local community. By planning for a youth's transition and providing clear connections to supports and services, MPHI and the community position youth to succeed and lead productive and independent lives. Success in this mission enables our youth to achieve a higher quality of life and keep our communities safe for everyone.


Downloads

For best results, please download the PDF form before filling it in.

To refer a youth to the juvenile justice re-entry program please complete the referral form and submit it to Paul Elam, Ph.D. at pelam@mphi.org.


Contact Information

For more information please contact:

Paul Elam, Ph.D.,
Juvenile Re-Entry Project Director
pelam@mphi.org 2436 Woodlake Circle; Suite 300 Okemos, MI 48864

Or

Mario Dewberry,
Senior Juvenile Re-Entry Care Coordinator
mdewberr@mphi.org 2436 Woodlake Circle; Suite 300 Okemos, MI 48864

Or

Victoria Key-Walker,
Juvenile Re-Entry Care Coordinator
vwalker@mphi.org 2436 Woodlake Circle; Suite 300 Okemos, MI 48864