Juvenile Diversion

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    Taxonomy Code: FF-0500.1800-350

    Community-based programs that provide comprehensive social services for individuals younger than age 18 who have committed a minor offense and are directed to participate in a diversion program as an alternative to arrest, prosecution or, in some cases, sentencing for the offense. Most juvenile diversion programs do an assessment of the individual's needs and provide and/or coordinate the delivery of the necessary services which may include individual, group or family counseling, substance abuse counseling, supervised recreational activities, vocational guidance, tutorial services and supplemental referrals for other needs.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ALTERNATIVES FOR YOUTHProvides a PINS diversion program. AFY is a 30-45 day home based crisis intervention for youth that display a pattern of incorrigible behavior(Defiance in the home, disobeying curfew, aggressive behaviors, truancy/failing school and mental health issues). Case Managers will do an assessment of family needs and links them with community resources to get the family out of crisis. In addition, after the 30-45 days are completed. a Phase 2 of the program is implemented to link the families with partnership agencies for typically 3-6 months, but can be up to a year to ensure the ensure the family's needs are met and they remain stabilized. AFY also provides parent support workshops, adolescent male and female workshops as well as peer mentoring services.SuffolkALTERNATIVES FOR YOUTHEAC NETWORK
    ALTERNATIVES FOR YOUTH (AFY)Offers assistance to Suffolk County residents with children under the age of 18 who are experiencing difficulties with behaviors in the home (runaways, curfew violations). Provides case/care management, intake evaluations and provision of in-home services within 24-48 hours of initial contact.SuffolkALTERNATIVES FOR YOUTH (AFY)SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION-FAMILY COURT DIVISION
    COMMUNITY HOME BASEWorks with youth who have been placed on probation through a parent or school PINS petition and are at risk of being adjudicated to higher level probation or placement in a Division for Youth facility. Offers home and/or school visits on a weekly basis. Services include, but are not limited to, anger management, school advocacy, life skills coaching, communication skills, job assistance, self -esteem, self-awareness and parent education. Referral requiredSuffolkCOMMUNITY HOME BASEFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
    DETENTION DIVERSIONProvides case management makes referrals to other agencies and offers mediation to Nassau County youth, ages 10-17, and their families who are referred through the Nassau County Juvenile Probation Department.NassauDETENTION DIVERSIONFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
    DIVERSION/APPEARANCE TICKETSScreens Juvenile Delinquent (JD) Cases for potential diversion from the Family Court System. Prepares referrals to the County Attorney's Office for cases in which diversion is not possible and monitors compliance with the conditions of adjustment for open diversion cases.SuffolkDIVERSION/APPEARANCE TICKETSSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION-FAMILY COURT DIVISION
    INTENSIVE HOME BASEWorks with youth who are on probation and have been identified as high risk. Offers in-home services consisting of a social worker for in-home therapy, a family educator who administers evidence-based family skills programs with parents and youth, and a care coordinator who addresses needs identified by the family and team. Maintains probation and school contract to facilitate youth progress. Arrangement of psychiatric evaluations when deemed necessary. Referral required.SuffolkINTENSIVE HOME BASEFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
    JUVENILE SUPERVISION UNITResponsibilities include supervising, monitoring the behavior and promoting positive change in the juvenile delinquents and persons in need of supervision placed on probation by Family Court. Referral required. Call for more information.NassauJUVENILE SUPERVISION UNITNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION-FAMILY DIVISION
    MONTFORT THERAPEUTIC RESIDENCEOffers a temporary home for 11 to 18 year old children who are court mandated. Provides a school program, individual counseling, and group dynamics. The Our Lady of Peace Academy is a free standing alternative school for grades 7 through 12. Individualized instruction and private tutoring is provided by qualified teachers.SuffolkMONTFORT THERAPEUTIC RESIDENCEHOPE HOUSE MINISTRIES
    NONSECURE DETENTION PROGRAMOffers short-term care to Nassau County boys under the age of 16 who are referred by the Nassau County Family Court due to Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS) or Juvenile Delinquent (JD) offenses. Offers a full-time educational program in the on-campus school to help with a successful return to family, school and community. Services include case work counseling, 24 hour supervision, nursing services, medical care, dental care, pharmacological intervention, active family/guardian involvement, special education school setting, pastoral care, cultural activities, independent living skills training, crisis intervention, therapeutic, and a home like atmosphere with a structured, nurturing environment.NassauNONSECURE DETENTION PROGRAMMERCYFIRST
    RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER-COMMUNITY SERVICESRefers court-placed youngsters to residential placement at Berkshire Farm in Canaan, New York. Also offers drug counseling, education and family services. In addition, provides secure and non-secure detention for youth awaiting action on court cases.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER-COMMUNITY SERVICESBERKSHIRE FARM CENTER AND SERVICES FOR YOUTH
    YOUTH COUNSELINGOffers a supervision program for at-risk, pre-teen and youngsters under the age of 16. Focuses on establishing a discipline structure within the family with parenting skills offered. Supervised study group for at-risk juveniles failing subjects. Youth counselors function as parent advocate for juveniles needing services of the Justice and/or Mental Health System. Program is for parents and children together.JUVENILE AID BUREAUTOWN OF RIVERHEAD

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