Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Casey Supports National Campaign to Stop Solitary for Kids

Photo credit: Richard Ross 


Thousands of young people are held in solitary confinement each year across the country, yet research shows that this style of punishment is linked to lasting psychological consequences for kids without making facilities safer.
This is why the Casey Foundation is supporting the Stop Solitary for Kids campaign to end solitary confinement of youth in juvenile and adult facilities in the United States.

Read more on the Stop Solitary for Kids campaign

View Casey’s free resources on reducing solitary confinement

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