The state advisory board for youth justice, delinquency, and primary prevention in Vermont.
Established by the Vermont legislature in 1986, the CFCPP is grounded in prevention and works to ensure justice by building equitable and effective opportunities for children, youth, and families to thrive in Vermont.
Members are appointed for three-year terms by the governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate. We look for people who have experience in human services, the justice system, and prevention. Three members must have personal experience with the justice system, 20% must be appointed before they turn 24, and no more than 49% can be from government.
What We Do
- Administer the Vermont Children's Trust Fund.
- Advise the governor & legislature about issues related to youth justice, at-risk youth, and prevention.
- Provide grants that support early intervention, prevention, and system improvement.
- Monitor compliance with the Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Act.
- Promote developmentally-appropriate strategies for working with youth and families.
- Work to prevent young people from getting involved with the justice system.
Meetings are held from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM on the third Thursday of every month. They are open to the public and take place either at the Waterbury State Office Complex or remotely.
Contact Elizabeth.Morris@vermont.gov at least one day ahead to get the link to the virtual meeting or arrange entry into the state building. A photo ID is required.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Morris, Juvenile Justice Coordinator, at (802) 760-0650.