Juvenile Intensive Supervised Probation: The agency staff completes assessments and supervise juvenile offenders placed on Intensive Supervised Probation (ISP) by the District Court. In-house programming and community based referrals are utilized to meet the individual risks and needs of each youth entering the program.
Community Case Management: The agency provides assessment, placement and supervision services for juvenile offenders that have been placed outside their home by the District Court. The ultimate goal of the program is to reintegrate youth back into their homes and communities.
Youth Court: First time misdemeanor juvenile offenders may be referred to the Youth Court program by the County Attorneys in the Sixth Judicial District. Using the peer jury model, youth participate in a hearing facilitated by their peers, in which program volunteers question and determine appropriate sentencing orders for the referred youth. In-house and community based referrals are used to meet the individual risks and needs of each youth entering the program.
Youth Educational Program: The Youth Educational Program consists of the Street Law class, Alcohol Awareness class, Choices class and 3rd Millenium classes. Youth that have been offered a diversion agreement through the County Attorney Offices can be referred to the program. The agency offers supervision, in-house programming and community based referrals to meet the individual risks and needs of each youth entering the program.