Court Referred Services

Juvenile Mentoring Program

Juvenile Mentoring Program (JUMP) serves low and medium risk youth, ages 12-17, in the delinquency system.  Through mentoring, group activities, community service opportunities, and access to evidence based curriculum including Aggression Replacement Training (ART) and Victim Offender/Community Awareness Impact of Crime, youth are given practical and social skills intended to help them avoid future delinquent behavior. Our staff works closely with the youth’s Juvenile Probation officer and the youth’s family to build an individual service plan that outlines expectations around participation in the various groups and activities offered each month.

Stormbreak Girls Group Home

Stormbreak Girls Group Home provides up to nine dependent and delinquent girls ages 12-19 with a safe, structured, and nurturing environment to learn and grow. Through real-life experiences in the home and in the community girls gain skills that help them work towards permanency with family, foster care, or other permanent living. A focus on individualized treatment is the basis of the program’s success. Positive change for the individual and family is our goal.


Reunification provides permanency services to children who have entered out-of-home care. The program uses an in-home, family focused approach for children who have been separated from their families due to abuse, neglect, dependency, or delinquency issues. Staff work directly with family members through case management and counseling to resolve the issues leading up to the family’s separation and to ensure the child can return home safely or find permanency through other family members, foster parents, or adoption.