The Juvenile Justice Association of Michigan is an organization formed in 1973 by the merger or the County Juvenile Officer's Association and the Family Court Workers Association. JJAM is concerned with providing representation for all juvenile justice personnel, promoting and maintaining standards of efficiency within the Michigan Family Justice System and encouraging progressive legislation, resolutions and other desirable programs representing the common interest of children and their families in the State of Michigan.

Membership is open to all personnel of the Michigan Family Courts. Associate membership is available to all persons actively engaged in the enhancement of a child and/or family welfare program.

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