Juvenile Services Programs

Juvenile Services Programs
($50 Program Fee)

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Diversion (D) Prevention (P)

Challenge Course  (DP)

A 15-hour educational/self-assessment, community based early intervention program focusing on drug and alcohol misuse and other high risk behaviors.  Group setting

Drug/Alcohol Education  (DP)

Individualized education on substance misuse


Positive Decision Making  (DP)

A 4-6-hour course focusing on decision making processes.    Our primary goals include awareness of consequences and empowering responsible, educated decisions


Smokers Education  (DP)

A 5-hour educational/self-assessment program .  Group or individual


Anger Management  (DP)

A 5-10 hour program is offered in order to provide an understanding of emotions and angers affect on your body which helps to promote self-discipline, awareness and control.


Firesetter Program  (D)

This 9-hour intervention program addresses the categories and motives of juvenile firesetting behavior to educate the family as well as the juvenile about the consequences.

Shoplifting Program  (D)

A 6-hour class designed to educate youth caught shoplifting to understand the damage to themselves, family and community and insight into the legal consequences.  

Group or individual


Community Engagement   (D)

A minimum of fifteen hours of community engagement are required for each youth in the diversion program. This gives the opportunity for the creation of pro-social activities and pro-social relationships in the life of each youth.  This could include community service, connecting with community leaders, joining a club, presenting prevention information and/or a self-created project. 


Bullying  (DP)

A 4-7 hour course on recognizing and understanding different forms of bullying and the roles involved.  We will explore the laws and consequences and develop prevention skills.


Cyber Safety  (DP)

This 8-hour program is ideal for grades 6-12. It includes resources from Common Sense Education’s Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum and aims to raise the youth’s awareness about the safe and responsible use of digital media.


In the Works:  Healthy Relationships and a Parenting Education component