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.

1491 programs found
Child Protective Services, in home treatment services, foster care, kinship care
Alexander county
No charge
Children's Protective Services/Department of Social Services (DSS)
Temporary Shelter, food, clothing and shelter....with access to education, MH and other community based services.
Rutherford county
Health Choice, Medicaid, Fee for Service
Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC)
The Love and Logic model allows adults to be happier, empowered, and more skilled in the interactions with children. Love allows children to grow through their mistakes. Logic allows children to live with the consequences of their choices. Love and Logic is a way of working with children that puts parents and teachers back in control, teaches children to be responsible, and prepares young people to live in the real world, with its many choices and consequences.
Gaston county
Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance
Parenting Skills Classes
Brief treatment, structure and supervision to children with serious emotional disturbance. The program also can provide temporary relief to primary caregivers in order to reduce the constant and often stressful care of the child. This periodic service may be provided on either a planned or an emergency basis.
Gaston county
Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance
Respite Care
Home and community based treatment designed to meet the needs of families who are having a difficult time managing the behavior of a child with a diagnosed mental health need. Provides concentrated treatment to address a current crisis and/or to decrease the risk of a youth being removed from their home. In some cases, a child may have already been removed from their home and IIH can assist with successful reunification with their family.
Gaston county
Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance
Intensive In Home
Child will have a psychosocial assessment and a treatment plan will be designed to meet the individual needs of the child and/or family. The treatment plan will include goals, objectives, interventions and target dates. Recommendation for treatment and any other referrals for evaluation or services are fully discussed. SOSEs are also offered at this location.
Lincoln county
Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance
Comprehensive Clinical Assessment
Highly individualized treatment option for children who have social and behavioral problems that create challenges for them in traditional classroom settings. Tutoring, therapists and qualified professionals provide therapy, therapeutic recreation and stress management to help children better manage their emotions and behaviors. Staff are trained in the Neurosequential Model of TherapeuticsT, a developmentally-informed, biologically-respectful approach to working with at-risk children.
Cleveland county
Health Choice, Medicaid, Private Insurance
Day Treatment
Helping Youth Pursue Excellence (HYPE) is a new Medicaid-based program within Alexander Youth Network’s Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program. HYPE provides a series of structured individual, family, and group activities and services in an outpatient setting designed to assist adolescents with addiction disorders. The goal is to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance while providing education in wellness and life skills.
Guilford county
Health Choice, Medicaid
Wraparound Facilitation/Community Support
Individual Counseling works with the individual to address presenting problems and symptoms of identified diagnosis. AYN also provides a full array of behavioral health services.
Moore county
Health Choice, Medicaid
Individual Counseling
The counseling program seeks the reduction of juvenile crime by providing individual treatment for young people , ages 6-17, with mental health, behavioral health and substance abuse problems with a priority to serve court referred youth in both High Point and Greensboro. Best practices include the Systems of Care Model, trauma focused CBT, and Seven Challenges.
Guilford county
Health Choice, Medicaid, TRICARE, Private Insurance
Individual Counseling