Programs and services for youth and their families
Learn about our survivor-centered program addressing commercial sexual exploitation of children.
How we help youth fulfill court-ordered obligations and prevent their return to the justice system.
Diversion keeps youth out of the formal court process so they can avoid a criminal record. Learn more about the program and find volunteer opportunities with Diversion Community Accountability Boards.
Our program for court-involved youth to achieve educational and employment success. Volunteer to help these youth explore career options.
Support for families experiencing violence from a youth family member.
Apply to be part of the next generation of court leaders and youth workers
A team devoted to working with youth in the court system to assess how we can best help with their mental health or substance abuse needs.
Mentors are local providers who want to make a positive difference in a young person's life.
The Resource Center helps ensure youth and families have access to information, programs, and opportunities that support their needs and goals.
Evidence-based programs that help court-involved youth and families build skills, work through challenges, and get therapeutic support. A Juvenile Probation Counselor (JPC) decides if these programs are a good fit.
How to contact or visit youth in detention at the Judge Patricia H. Clark Children and Family Justice Center.