Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

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    Programs that offer a variety of activities for youth who are at risk for behavior which is likely to involve them in the juvenile justice system with the objective of assisting them to improve self-esteem, to become aware of alternative ways of dealing with feelings and leisure time, and to take responsibility for the consequences of their actions. Included may be counseling, rap and discussion groups, tutoring, companionship programs, alternative peer group experiences and supervised recreational activities.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Denver PAL - Denver Police Activities LeagueGuides youth in making responsible decisions in life by providing positive role models, educational programs and athletic leagues to reduce the incidence of juvenile crime, substance abuse, and gang violence; some activities include but are not limited to the following: - Cross Country Skiing - Mountain Biking - Wrestling - Football - Baseball - Fishing - Camping Denver CountyDenver Police Activities LeagueDenver Police Activities League
    REACH and SHOP Programs - District Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial DistrictREACH is a four-hour educational seminar where participants learn about important life skills, character development, and the ways that having a criminal record as a juvenile can affect opportunities in the future. Volunteers from the community serve as guest speakers on these topics. SHOP focuses on issues related to theft, including who it hurts directly and indirectly. Participants will gain an understanding of the risks and potential losses to themselves, their family, and the community. The program also stresses the importance of avoiding these types of situations, how to handle peer pressure, and why theft is harmful to have on one's criminal record.Pueblo CountyREACHDistrict Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial District
    Teen Programs (Aurora Family YMCA) - YMCA of Metropolitan DenverOffers a variety of programs for teens, including the following: - Camping - Social/Teen Nights - Environmental Leadership and Governmental Leadership - Juvenile Referral Activities - Service Learning Projects - Leadership DevelopmentArapahoe CountyAurora Family YMCA - YMCA of Metropolitan DenverYMCA of Metropolitan Denver
    Young Adult Services (Frederick) - Family Youth & Family ConnectionsAssists youth struggling with life issues, are out of parental control or are engaged in anti-social behaviors. An individual assessment and referral to appropriate resources will be provided, as well as four months of case management.Weld CountyYouth and Family ConnectionsYouth & Family Connections
    Young Adult Services (Greeley) - Family Youth & Family ConnectionsAssists youth struggling with life issues, are out of parental control or are engaged in anti-social behaviors. An individual assessment and referral to appropriate resources will be provided, as well as four months of case management. .Weld CountyYouth and Family ConnectionsYouth & Family Connections
    Youth in Conflict - Routt County Department of Human ServicesProvides services to reduce conflicts between youth and their family members, or between youth and the community, when those conflicts affect the youth's well-being, the normal functioning of the family, or the well-being of the community. This program targets children and youth whose behavior indicates that there is a likelihood they may cause harm to themselves or to others, or youth who have committed acts that could cause them to be adjudicated a delinquent by the court. Services available to youth in the program include the following: - An intensive family treatment team - Sexual abuse treatment - Day treatment - Alcohol and mental health treatment - Life skillsRoutt CountyRoutt County Department of Human ServicesRoutt County Department of Human Services

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