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Illinois HEALS

Helping Everyone Access Linked Systems (Illinois HEALS) is multi-year initiative to address child and youth victimization.

Illinois HEALS will enlist experts, service providers, community groups, and other relevant stakeholders to

  • Complete a 15-month strategic planning process resulting in a detailed statewide plan (Phase 1).
  • Implement a multisystem statewide effort to improve outcomes for children, youth, and their families (Phase 2).

Background

In October 2017, Illinois was awarded a Linking Systems of Care for Children and Youth grant from the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice through their Vision 21: Linking Systems of Care Program. Illinois is one of only four states designated as a demonstration site for planning and implementing the multi-year grant. The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) is the coordinating entity for this project in Illinois.

The Vision 21: Transforming Victim Services initiative Vision 21 expands the vision and impact of the crime victim assistance field. Initiated in 2013, Vision 21 was the first comprehensive examination into the crime victims field in 15 years. Vision 21 projects engage a broad spectrum of service providers, advocates, criminal justice professionals, allied practitioners, and policymakers to address crime victim issues through a lens broader than their everyday work.

Markdown posts

Markdown posts (as opposed to regular Nuxt pages) should be saved in the ./markdown directory.

markdown-to-json.js converts the markdown to JSON before site build (via Markdownit and Front-Matter and saves the JSON files in ./static/content/. (Node > 8.x must be installed.)

The JSON is required into the site via Nuxt's server-side async data method.

Development URL:

https://illinois-heals.netlify.com/

Build Setup

# install dependencies
$ yarn

# serve with hot reload at localhost:3000
$ yarn dev

# build for production and launch server
$ yarn build
$ yarn start

# generate static project for Netlify deployment
$ yarn generate

For detailed explanation on how things work, check out the Nuxt.js and Vuetify.js documentation.

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