JUVENILE PROBATION PROGRAM
Prevention • Intervention • Support • Education
Changing Lives One Teen at a Time
The Repeat Offender Probation Program (ROPP), Juvenile Sex Offender (JSO), and Teen Anger Management programs were created for juveniles on probation and designed to prevent recurring criminal and adverse behaviors by adolescents. Our clinical staff and youth advocates provide numerous services including anger management, substance abuse and teen empowerment groups, along with individual counseling for those in need.
TOPICS COVERED IN THE PROGRAM
The topics covered in the program are to better understand and appropriately manage various emotions and situations that may increase the likelihood of anger, outburst and/or violence. The main topic areas are the following:
Developing Awareness of Anger and Pattern Behaviors
Beliefs and Values
Methods of Dealing With Anger
Choices and Options
Responsibility For Behavior
This is an 8 week long program but each session is one hour long.
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Domestic Violence victims that are women
Physical assaults perpetrated by intimate partners that are reported to the police
Of all women who are battered are battered during pregnancy
Sexual assaults that aren't reported to the police
WAYS TO GIVE
Our efforts are possible because of caring, compassionate individuals and organizations who believe victims deserve better and brighter futures, without violence and abuse. Thank you for choosing to support The Coalition and the families and communities we serve.
When a person exits a life of abuse, they have few, if any, possessions. Even with the promise of freedom, it is a frightening and confusing time. We seek to help ease the process of restoration as much as we can by providing counseling, comfort, and skills that can assist with the transition to a new life.
Our supporters stand at the center of every level of our prevention work. We would not be able to continue in this crucial work if it were not for your support. Thank you.
WHAT IS ABUSE?
Abuse is a repetitive pattern of behaviors to maintain power and control over an intimate partner.
A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that includes ways to remain safe while in a relationship, planning to leave, or after you leave.
TYPES OF ABUSE
Domestic violence takes on many forms including: physical abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse, economic abuse, and/or sexual abuse.