The Juvenile Justice Services Division at DHS works with providers to deliver programs for both pre- and post-adjudicated youth.
These are programs in which youth are placed by court order. Youth here receive treatment and rehabilitation services while in court custody. Some residential programs are secure (with locked doors), and some are open (with close staff supervision).
If your child has been transferred to a residential program and you are looking for the address or contact information, you can view a list of our residential providers.
Family Court refers some youth who have been arrested for an act of delinquency to the In-Home Detention program. This is a court ordered service that requires youth to stay at their home. Youth ordered to this service must stay at their home address unless expressly authorized by the judge. A caseworker will mentor the youth, and provide intensive home-based case management services.
Intensive Supervision Program
Youth who are court ordered into this program have daily face to face contact with a counselor. These check-ins keep track of youth, and help them reach the goals outlined their service plans.
GPS - Global Positioning System
If a judge orders this program, a youth will have GPS bracelets placed on their leg. This allows for real-time monitoring of their location by the Courts to ensure they are not in areas restricted to them.
Supervised Independent Living
This is an out-of-home placement and life-skills training program to older youth, aged 16.5 to 21, who are completing an educational or vocational training program and have no other place to live. Services are also provided to pregnant and parenting youth.
View a list of our Court and community providers.