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When participating in any Teen Court program, teens must adhere to the Code of Conduct.
SAP consists of six group sessions and a Family Night and a Reality Program. This program was created to help teens understand how drugs effect their families, behavior, and their future. Substance Abuse Program (SAP) »
PIP was designed to better communicate between you and your child. To gain support from other families for positive behavior changes, To increase positive changes in your child's behavior. Reduced risk of future substance use.
Strengthening Families Parent Involvement Program (SFPIP) »
This unique course provides a forum for participants to evaluate their behavior (both positive and negative) and to assess what behavior changes would be necessary to keep them out of future difficulties by using Restorative Justice.
Repairing the Harm Class»
The DWI Class is held once a month. It is usually held on a Thursday or Friday. We start promptly at 4:00 p.m. therefore if you are late you must reschedule and pay the rescheduling fee of $15.00.
DWI Prevention Class »
Defensive driving class is a 4-8 hour class specifically created for the young drivers in our communites and schools. The class helps teens learn such things as how to deal with emotions behind the wheel, peer pressure, and distracting passengers.
More details on Defensive Driving
Restorative justice is a response to crime that focuses on restoring the loss suffered by victims, holding offenders accountable for the harm they have caused, and building peace within communities.
More details on Restorative Justice Circles »