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Center for Children and Youth Justice
615 Second Avenue, Ste 275
Seattle, WA, United States

Phone: 2066967503
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The Center for Children & Youth Justice, founded in 2006 by Justice Bobbe J. Bridge (ret.), is committed to reforming Washington’s juvenile justice and child welfare systems. CCYJ leads communities, our state, and the nation in empowering children and youth, stabilizing families, and strengthening communities through meaningful and lasting reform. CCYJ identifies gaps in the system, researches, develops innovative and creative solutions, and ensures that policymakers integrate these system improvements into practices and procedures. CCYJ’s results are realized into state law, adopted as standing protocols by the courts, schools, and other partners; and they are developed into new interventions for at-risk, abused and/or neglected children and their families. CCYJ is the only organization in Washington State focused solely on reforming these systems so the children and youth who must rely on them are served justly, compassionately, and effectively.

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CCYJ seeks a Director of Mission Support Services to shape, grow, and sustain organizational operations at an exciting time in our history. CCYJ has succeeded in driving positive systems change for more than a decade. Following an extensive national search, our Board of Directors appointed our second President and CEO Rachel Sottile Logvin in late 2018....