The JUMP (Juvenile Probation United with Mental Health Programming) is an interagency team consisting of a Juvenile Court Judge, a representative of the District Attorney's Office, a representative of the Public Defender's Office, a Juvenile Probation Officer, an Intensive Mental Health Case Manager, a Youth Mentor, and a Family Therapist. JUMP Court is an intensive, graduated phase-based program focusing on building trust, gaining responsibility, competency development, achieving accountability, and providing community protection. The program serves juveniles with a mental health diagnosis who have been adjudicated delinquent. The length of service to each family will be approximately 34 weeks. All juveniles will participate in individual, group, and family counseling, organized community services projects, recreational activities, and frequent Court reviews. Services are held in the home, school and placements through empowerment of the family.
The RISE (Reaching Improvements with Supports and Encouragement) Program is a pre-adjudicated program designed to provide services to juveniles involved in the delinquency system with presenting behavioral health needs in a manner consistent with evidence based practices. This program serves youth on either Informal Probation or a Consent Decree. The youth and family must voluntarily accept services and will be screened by the treatment team for acceptance. Youth will be referred to the Program by the department of Probation Services.
The design of this program is to expedite services to delinquent youth and their families to avoid further involvement with the juvenile justice system. The youth will receive intervention from a Probation Officer, Mental Health Casemanager, and a Family Therapist. These three professionals will provide an intensive team approach. Services can be delivered at home, school, and in the community.
The length of the program will be six months. Each juvenile and their family will have varying needs and the team will work with each family to tailor an effective case plan that is congruent with Juvenile Probation and the therapeutic need.
Services are provided in the home, school and community. Includes individual, group, parenting and family counseling services.
Family Therapy, Juvenile Probation, and Mental Health work as a unified team in all phases of the program from initial assessment through treatment planning and delivery to discharge.
Services are provided at no cost to the family.
The program networks with the community, family, schools and psychiatric service providers to facilitate coordination of treatment.
JUMP utilizes a graduated 5 phase structure as the youth and family work toward achieving. RISE utilizes a graduated 3 phase structure that the youth and family work toward achieving.
Crisis intervention services are provided 24 hours/7 days a week.
Case Management services are provided to access appropriate, available services for the youth/family.
Reports of consumer satisfaction
Decrease in inappropriate behaviors which prompted the referral
Increase in positive, adaptive behaviors
Increase in pro-social behavior
Individual/family and couples therapy
Monthly group counseling for parents
Weekly group life skills training for juveniles
Financial, employment, and housing assistance
Parental skills training
Probation Discretionary Sanctions
Communication skills training
JUMP and RISE are financially supported through local county government funds, local Behavioral Health Managed Care funding, and/or grants.
JUMP and RISE are collaborations between County Human Service offices and Laurel Life, a division of Folium Inc., a private non-profit organization.rior to the initiation of services.
2020 SOUTH QUEEN STREET
YORK, PA 17403
JUMP (Juvenile Probation United with Mental Health Programming)
RISE (Reaching Improvements with Supports and Encouragement)
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