The goal of the case management program is to reduce the risk of a youth re-offending after his/her juvenile offense and before sentencing by providing referrals, assisting with accessing community-based resources, and assisting the youth and family through the court process. The case management program is a free, voluntary program and services will be provided until the outcome of your case is known.
Benefits of Case Management
- Liaison through the Court Process
- Advocate for the youth
- Goal Setting
- Referrals to other programs
- Free of charge
During the case management program, the Case Management Specialist will work closely with youth and their families to set attainable goals in areas such as family relations, peers, employment, extracurricular activities, volunteer work, education, and much more.
Case Management Specialists focus on the strengths of the youth and their families and empower them to set and obtain their own goals.
Meetings can occur at the Juvenile Intake & Assessment Center, in your home, at school, or at other community locations.
The length of meetings will generally be 30-60 minutes per week.
Since participation in the program is the youth’s decision, youth are responsible for attending weekly meetings and rescheduling a meeting if a conflict arises.
Feel free to call and speak with a Case Management Specialist for more information about the program.
Office hours: Monday-Saturday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Youth Family Services Center
If you have suggestions or comments about the Case Management Program,
Mary Ann Pitnick (Program Supervisor)