Skip Navigation
Circuit Court
Print this page.
 

Juvenile Drug Court News and Statistics

News (April – June, 2007)

This quarter, the Juvenile Drug Court (“JDC”) sent two treatment team members to Anne Arbor, Michigan to become certified trainers and administrators of the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (“CAFAS”). The CAFAS will be used to screen potential candidates for admission to the program and also between phases to assess clinical progress that a juvenile is making towards treatment goals. The CAFAS software has been installed and, in July, all treatment team members were trained in administering it. Also in June, 45 JDC participants were afforded the opportunity to attend and participate in the Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center’s leadership/team building ropes course. Those individuals who participated in the ropes course reported that it was an invaluable experience.

Since the program began, participants have enrolled in the JDC program. We have had 36 participants successfully graduate from the program. Twelve participants are currently enrolled in the West Side location. The East Side drug court has 24 participants on its caseload. There are currently 18 youth enrolled in the Central court location.   

Statistics (April – June, 2007)

Individuals served, year-to-date:

  1. Total Number Served:
  2. Total Number Completed Services:
  3. Removed/ Transferred from Program:
  4. Gender:
    • Male:
    • Female:
  5. Ages:
    • 0-4: 0
    • 5-9: 0
    • 10-12: 0
    • 13-15: 1
    • 16-18: 38
    • 19+:  5
  6. Race:
    • African American: 5
    • American Indian or Alaska Native: 0
    • Asian: 0
    • Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander: 0
    • Hispanic:1
    • White: 38
    • Multiracial: 0
  7. Grant Activities:
    • Number of Trainings: 0
    • Number of Meetings: 6
    • Number of Media Campaigns (see instructions): 0

Revised June 28, 2012

Was This Page Helpful?
Fields marked with * are required.
Page Rating*