When surveyed, Massachusetts families who had received family peer support services and had children who were juvenile justice involved reported significant improvements in their own ability to access and navigate services as well as persist when the going got tough. Families also reported marked inequities both their access to special education and the reasons their child ended up before the court.  Little research has been done in this area; this is one of the few studies of the impact of family peer support on families whose children are justice involved.