Juvenile Justice Service Directory

Youth participate in the community or restitution program for reparation of harm done by their actions.

Warren County
No charge
Community Service Programs
DPS Oversight

The 4-H BEST Community Service/Restitution Program offers an accountability model with a focus on community service and monetary restitution which provides benefits for the victims and the community. Additionally, it provides a mechanism through which youth who have committed unlawful acts can make amends for the offense. The program serves to habilitate juvenile offenders into a world of work by teaching them basic life skills and providing as positive experience as possible for program youth.

Granville County
No charge
Victim Restitution Services
DPS Oversight

Sentencing Circle is a community-based diversion program providingan alternative response for misdemeanor offenders. We adhere to the restorative justice theory of accountability to the victim and the community by bringing together the juvenile offender and parent(s)/guardian(s), the victim (when applicable), and members of the community. Trainedpeers and participants make decisions as to how the offender should take responsibility for his or her actions, implementing a Plan of Action.

Granville County
No charge
Victim Juvenile Mediation Programs
DPS Oversight

Teen Court is an alternative system of restorative justice. It is a court where their peers try first time offenders for misdemeanor offenses. Offenders admit guilt or responsibility and are held accountable for their actions. Student volunteers take the roles of clerks, bailiffs, attorneys and jurors. District and Superior court judges and attorneys volunteer to serve as Teen Court judges. Teen Court is a 'hands on' opportunity for offenders and volunteers to learn about the legal system.

Granville County
No charge
Teen Court
DPS Oversight

Provide therapeutic foster care for youth (male or female) age 10-17 involved with the Division of Juvenile Justice in the 7th Judicial District. Therapeutic Foster Care caters to the physical, emotional, and social needs of children in a supportive family setting.

Wake County
No charge
Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC)
DPS Oversight

Programming provides evidence-based curriculum in group sessions to address the needs of youth and parents/guardians facilitated by positive adult role models. Sessions include, but not limited to, life skills, education activities for youth to reduce the risk of gang involvement, youth violence and better decision making skills which reduce and/or eliminate further involvement with juvenile court.

Lenoir County
No charge
Community Service Programs

The Passport to Success Program is designed to equip students with the interpersonal skills necessary to interact positively with others. The program focuses on helping youth with behavioral issues that may hinder successful school performance. The program begins with targeting students' needs, creating goals to translate needs into effective social behaviors, and ends with behavioral outcomes that improve their personal and academic growth. Groups will meet 2 days per week for 16 weeks.

Johnston County
Fee for Service,No charge
Interpersonal Skill Building
DPS Oversight

The agency provides individual psychotherapy and consultative services to children ages 5 through 18, and their families. Outpatient Therapy is provided by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or a Licensed Professional Counselor that provides therapy in a private office setting. Therapy sessions can occur on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, depending on the need of the child and/or family.

Gaston County
Health Choice,Medicaid,Private Insurance
Individual Counseling

Access Family Services provides an array of foster care and specialized family treatment. Services are delivered in licensed foster care settings. Treatment is focused on reunification with family or other permanency options. A homelike environment is proven an effective alternative to residential treatment centers for many youth presenting with interfering behavioral, and emotional challenges.

Craven County
Fee for Service,Health Choice,Medicaid,Private Insurance,TRICARE
Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC)

Intensive Alternative Family Treatment (IAFT) - Serves children age 0 to 20 years of age. This program serves children who have not been successful at other levels of care. Child and family therapy is provided principally in the natural environments of the child. The child's treatment team meets weekly. The family of permanence participates in weekly team meetings, therapy, and shared parenting. This setting has a higher level of consultative and direct service from psychiatrists, therapists

Craven County
Health Choice,Medicaid,Private Insurance,TRICARE
Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC)