This program provides a family-focused alternative to rehabilitate boys and girls ages 13-17 who have been referred by the state’s juvenile justice system. Service plans last an average of six months and are customized to address the emotional and behavioral needs of each individual youth. The goal is to help these young people gain the skills needed to have a positive impact on their community and to avoid entry into the juvenile justice system. Services include educational and recreational planning, youth life skills training, crisis intervention and connections to community resources to strengthen the family unit.
- Rational Living Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Botvin LifeSkills® youth life skills training
- Botvin Family Parenting®
- Forward Thinking® interactive journaling