This partnership has yielded 10 projects with 143 students, two project leads, and seven instructors contributing. These projects have included: Improving youth mental health through supporting primary caregivers of adolescents in the Alternative to Corrections through Education (ACE) program in a trauma-informed way that will improve family connections. * Providing recommendations to support ACE staff that will translate to better and continued quality care to the participants. * Creating a toolkit for community leaders that contains a resource library for diversity, equity, and inclusion and reducing recidivism. These projects will inform the development of the Racine County Youth Development and Care Center.