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Welcome to the official website for the Los Alamos Juvenile Justice Advisory Board—otherwise known as JJAB.

Our board is made up of community members including parents, judges, teens, government leaders, and representatives from numerous community organizations. Together we fund and organize programs that have a positive impact on youth, families, and the community.

We offer the most comprehensive set of resources for families in Los Alamos.

When kids are in trouble we step in as early as possible. We organize positive activities for young people. We provide powerful leadership opportunities. We are here to facilitate meaningful support for youth and their parents.

While you’re here, browse through our programs, read our articles, and check out all the resources we offer. If you have an idea for a program, let us know. If you need help, contact us at the link above.

Latest posts

LAYL “Wild Day!” April 30, 2016

LAYL “Wild Day!” A great opportunity for your children to spend time with teens who provide a positive influence in a fun environment. Activities will be held at LAHS Griffith Gym. Parents are invited to join their children for all the fun, or your children can be entertained in the capable care of adults and community involved youth volunteers. All proceeds go towards the Hilltop Garden Project on North Mesa. New wild day registration 2016 Wild Day Flyer 2016

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