Justice Resource Institute

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The Justice Resource Institute (JRI) is a nonprofit organization based on Boston, Massachusetts, that provides outpatient specialty mental health services to disadvantaged, under-served and severely impacted youth and adults. The JRI hosts the Trauma Center, a program aimed at treating posttraumatic stress disorder.

Community services[edit]

The JRI has been involved in providing the following services:

References[edit]

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  3. ^ James, SE; Clare MM; Sears JT (2005). "Community LGBT Youth Groups". In Sears JT. Youth, Education, and Sexualities: A-J. Greenwood Publishing Group. pp. 205. ISBN 0-313-32754-8. 

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