Youth under 18 who need services, are at risk of becoming delinquent, or are at risk for maltreatment are referred to the program by school employees, social service agencies, and law enforcement, or may self-refer. After a referral is made, each family is assessed by a case manager. Following the assessment, their case is presented to a multi-agency panel. The panel then develops an intervention plan with the most appropriate and beneficial services. Staff work with all agencies involved to educate the youth's parents/guardians on the importance of following the plan and assist them in connecting with resources. This intervention plan may include family and/or individual counseling, pro-social activities, access to basic human needs (food, hygiene, clothing, etc), or any other resources the youth may need. Staff maintain communication with families for at least 90 days to ensure the goals have been met. Additional support and resources may be provided along the way as needed.

  • Mental Health Services
  • Educational Support
  • Mentoring
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Counseling Services
  • Other programs defined as appropriate for needs