InForSANA —The International Forensic Screening and Assessment Network for Adolescents—is an interdisciplinary and international consortium of researchers . The group is dedicated to collaborative efforts to improve our knowledge of, and response to, the mental health needs of young people in juvenile justice systems. Identifying their needs with adequate screening and assessment methods as they enter the juvenile justice system is important for their treatment, their protection, and improving their conditions in order to reduce future delinquency. To meet these research objectives, InForSANA collaborators have worked together to develop ways to perform their mental health research in juvenile justice settings that will allow their research results to be compared more meaningfully. InForSANA is an consortium open for researchers who are willing to join us and stimulates collaborative interchange.