The Youth Restitution Program (YRP) provides support and mentoring for youthful offenders as they work to pay restitution and/or complete court-ordered community service hours. During this restorative justice process, YRP works to instill in their young clients a sense of self-worth and helps build upon each participant’s strengths, so they may draw upon this experience at future critical junctures.

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The Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) provides court-involved youth with the opportunity to remain in their homes and receive support in completing their court-ordered obligations.It diverts youth from expensive out-of-home placements, such as a group home, residential treatment center, or a juvenile corrections facility.  The program also offers a genuine opportunity to connect with youth and to understand the challenges they face in their home environment, on a daily basis. 

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Youth Peer Court (YPC) is a voluntary program which serves as an alternative to the traditional juvenile justice system to address minor crimes, truancy and school dropout. It offers youth aged 10-17 who are first time offenders, an opportunity to have their cases heard by a jury of their peers instead of their local Municipal Court.

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