Intensive Community Monitoring / Aftercare Program
The Intensive Community Monitoring Program is designed to provide home and community-based monitoring and supervision of delinquent youth ages 11-18 that are at-risk to commit additional juvenile offences. Through the provision of services that are consistent with the standards of the Juvenile Court Judges Commission for intensive probation services, the Intensive Community Monitoring Program seeks to prevent youth from further and more serious involvement with the juvenile justice system.
Currently serving Butler County, the goal of this program is to prevent youth from experiencing an out of home placement and remain with their family while receiving the necessary supports and services available. Highly trained staff often meets youth in the community and facilitate the participation in various activities like community service and volunteerism.
Youth must be a Butler County resident and are referred to this program by a judge or juvenile probation office.