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Youth Services Programs

Conditions of Release

Conditions of Release Services Include:

  • Conditions of Release Services Include:
  • Supervise Juveniles that are Awaiting Adjudication on Current Offense
  • Refer to Community Resources
  • Random Drug Testing
  • Complete Douglas County Youth Services Evaluation
  • Makes Recommendations to the Court

Conditions of Release are County funded.

Kansas Department of Corrections-Juvenile Services Case Management

The Kansas Department of Corrections - Juvenile Services contracts with Douglas County to provide case management services for youth in the custody of the The Kansas Department of Corrections- Juvenile Services in the Seventh Judicial District.
 

Services Include:

  • Conduct Youth and Family Assessments
  • Develop and Monitor Case Plans
  • Purchases Services for Juveniles in Custody
  • Provide Supervision and Monitoring
  • Parental Contact
  • Ensures Title IVE and ASFA compliance
  • Access State Purchase of Service funds
  • Coordinate Service Provider Payment with JJA
  • Utilize Local Purchase of Service Funds to Purchase
  • Clothing, Transportation and Misc.Services.

Kansas Department of Corrections- Juvenile Services are funded by the Kansas Department of Corrections.

Juvenile Community Corrections

The Kansas Department of Corrections - Juvenile Services contracts with Douglas County to provide Juvenile Community Corrections services for youth who have been assigned to Community Corrections, by the court in the Seventh Judicial District.

Services Include:

  • Forensic Evaluations
  • Community Service Work Coordination
  • Aggression Replacement Training
  • Baby Think it Over
  • Thinking for A Change
  • Motivation to Change
  • Choices
  • House Arrest w/out Electronic Monitoring
  • Social Skills Groups
  • Job Placement/ Job Referral
  • Drug Screens
  • Surveillance
  • YLS-CMI Risk Needs Tool

Detention Day School

The Detention Day School was created in cooperation with Unified School District #497. The day school serves adjudicated offenders who have been ordered to attend day school by the court. The day school program was developed as a way of providing services (in the community) to at-risk offenders who require more intensive supervision, while reducing the need for costly juvenile detention placement or other out of home /community placements. The day school is licensed to serve 40 students.

The Day School has been in operation since April of 1998.

Funded by the County and USD 497

Juvenile Detention

Douglas County is the host county responsible for the operation of a regional juvenile detention center serving a 13 county area in Northeast Kansas. The detention center is licensed for 18 residents

The Detention Center provides services to juveniles:

  • Awaiting Court Action
  • Serving Court Imposed Sanctions
  • Age Range of 10 to 18 Years of Age
  • Serves Both Male and Female
  • Length of Stay Is 1 - 90 Days

Counties Served: Anderson; Brown; Chase; Coffey; Douglas; Jackson; Jefferson; Lyon; Miami; Nemaha; Osage; Pottawatomie; Wabaunsee

Detention Center staff assists with Surveillance of youth supervised on ISP/Diversion/COR through field and telephone contact.

The Detention Center has been booking all juvenile for the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office since June 13, 2003.

The Detention Center is County & Per Diem Funded
KDOC-Juvenile Services Grant funded