Our Programs

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This program serves at-risk youth ages twelve (12) to eighteen (18) and their families who have come into contact with law enforcement and the juvenile justice system for social rules violations. Youth are offered intake/ assessment and referral services that can include group, individual, and family counseling and/or psycho-educational classes of fourteen hours' duration to help prevent or intervene in any continued school failure, minor delinquency, or family problems.

GOAL: To decrease continued risk for juvenile delinquency in pre-delinquent youth or first-time offenders in Cleveland County.

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This program serves at-risk youth ages twelve (12) to eighteen (18) and their families who have come into contact with law enforcement and the juvenile justice system for social rules violations. Youth are offered intake/ assessment and referral services that can include group, individual, and family counseling and/or psycho-educational classes of fourteen hours' duration to help prevent or intervene in any continued school failure, minor delinquency, or family problems.

GOAL: To decrease continued risk for juvenile delinquency in pre-delinquent youth or first-time offenders in Cleveland County.

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Based on the number of students transitioning from online to a traditional school schedule, there seems to be an evolving need to assist families with students with truancy issues. This program aims to assist youth with creating better academic habits, decision-making skills, and problem-solving capabilities. 

GOAL: To provide community education and community development activities to Cleveland County Residents.