Group Prevention Services and Workshops develop positive social skills that promote healthy and safe behaviors. Subjects include Substance Use and Abuse, Healthy Relationships in the Digital Age, Peer Pressure, Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention and Human Trafficking “What Would I Do?”.
Teen Court provides non-violent youth offenders a second chance through a restorative justice program that diverts cases from the traditional juvenile justice system. Youth are tried by a jury of their peers who determine a verdict that will allow the respondent to learn from their choices and repair harm.
Restorative Justice Circles facilitate a healing process through an intentional face-to-face process that brings together a victim, a person who has caused harm, and other members of the community affected by the harm, such as family and community members.
In-School Teen Court as an innovative alternative to traditional forms of discipline like suspension and expulsion. Getting involved with Teen Court allows students to have a direct impact on their school’s culture while learning about the law and gaining leadership experience.