Omaha World Herald reports a top-story on RADIUS, a new nonprofit in North Omaha, which will begin its services in July. It’s dedicated to helping teenagers aged 12-18 involved with the criminal justice system but not in detention. They provide beds, holistic rehabilitation, and accredited schools on-site. The focus is on keeping the youth close to their homes and families. They also have access to healthcare, including addiction treatment. The program aims to reintegrate the youth into the community while supporting their success and recovery, with an average stay of six months to a year.