The mission of the York County Division of Juvenile Services is to enhance public safety through a balanced approach of comprehensive, community-based programs and services focused on preventing and reducing delinquency in at-risk and under-served youth. It is through collaboration with families, schools, law enforcement, judicial officials and other community agencies that we can capitalize on opportunities for at-risk youth to become responsible and productive citizens. Youth are referred by the 9th District Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and social services departments.
- What program does Juvenile Services offer?
Juvenile Services provides the following programs:
- Check and Connect Program
- Intensive Supervision
- Voice Identification Surveillance Services
- As a parent, can I refer my child to one of the Juvenile Services programs?
No, a parent can not refer their child to any of the Juvenile Service's programs.
- How are youth referred to Juvenile Service's Programs?
Youth are referred to Juvenile Service's programs by the Court Services Unit, the Department of Social Services, and by Judge's order.
- What localities does Juvenile Services serve?
Currently, Juvenile Services serves youth within the 9th District Court Services Unit, however, other localities can purchase services.
- What age group does Juvenile Services serve?
Juvenile Services can serve youth up to the age of 18.