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Register Now for Anti-Gun Violence Youth Camp

Broward County’s Justice Services and the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice invite youth between the ages of 12-17 to attend weSpeak’s Anti-Gun Violence Youth Camp, March 25th-29th. There are only 30 slots available and the program is free. The Camp includes group advocacy projects, guest speakers, recreation activities, field trips, lunch and snacks, and more. Call 954-357-6748 and register today!


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A nationally recognized change agent that promotes equity-based justice systems reform through advocacy and evidence-based practices.


To serve as the lead agency responsible for managing processes and promoting systemic change to redirect youth and adult offenders away from the justice system through prevention, intervention, collaboration, coordination, and systems management to ensure equity and strength-based services that improves client outcomes and opportunities.


  1. Reduce the overreliance of expensive and ineffective institutionalization of youth and adult offenders.
  2. Establish a seamless network of service linkages, communications, and partnerships with community stakeholders.
  3. Be a catalyst for change in leadership through trainings, research and evaluation.