Juvenile Justice Service Directory

The programs contained in this directory represent a wide spectrum of services across North Carolina. Not all of the programs listed receive funding and oversight by the Juvenile Justice Section of North Carolina Department of Public Safety’s Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice. The programs that do receive funding and/or oversight by DPS are designated as such.

1421 programs found
Teen court is an alternative system of justice. It is a court where first-time offenders are sentenced by their peers and are thereby held accountable for their actions. The creative and constructive sentences handed down through Teen Court are meant not only to deter the offender from future criminal activity, but also to educate, counsel, and rehabilitate the offender. Teen Court utilizes trained student volunteers, under adult supervision, to serve in various capacities.
Warren county
No charge
Teen Court
DPS Oversight
Through the Character Education Program, youth learn the Six Pillars of Character in an after school setting: .... * Trustworthiness.. * Respect .. * Responsibility .. * Fairness .. * Caring .. * Citizenship ..Camp scholarships are provided to deserving youth already enrolled in the Character Education Program to better improve their Social Skills. 4-H Teen retreat, 4-H Congress and Citizenship Focus spots will also be sponsored, as funds permit.
Beaufort county
No charge
Interpersonal Skill Building
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 comprehensive clinical assessment is the foundation for diagnosis and services planning. A Caring Alternative is a large comprehensive behavioral health agency that offers multiple following services. They are nationally accredited through CARF.
Burke county
Fee for Service, Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance, TRICARE
Comprehensive Clinical Assessment
Help for those with behavioral health diagnosis is available. We offer individual counseling services which are office based, within schools, and housed in Primary Care offices.....Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is used to help people experiencing posttraumatic stress return to a healthy state of functioning after a traumatic event.
Burke county
Fee for Service, Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance, TRICARE
Individual Counseling
Intensive In-Home (IIH) teams are available to serve children and adolescents who are at risk of out-of-home placement and/or need to be stabilized within the home.
Burke county
Fee for Service, Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance, TRICARE
Intensive In Home