JJAB works to reduce youth risk behaviors, facilitate positive youth development and build resiliency through responsive, effective programming.
The Juvenile Justice Advisory Board (JJAB) was formed in 2004. Since that time we have grown past our original mission of only working with youth from the juvenile justice system to offering many more prevention-orientated services that are open to all youth and their families. For this reason we are now known by the shortened name JJAB.
The children, youth and families of Los Alamos are resilient, meaningfully connected and have the capacity to thrive.
We provide resources to the children, youth and families of Los Alamos to enhance resiliency.