Other Programs

 Community Partnership for Protecting Children

Community Partnerships for Protecting Children

The Community Partnerships for Protecting Children (CPPC) aims to keep children safe from abuse and neglect and to support families. In Iowa, Community Partnerships have brought together parents, youth, social service professionals, faith ministries, local business, schools and caring neighbors to help design, govern and participate in programs that seek to create a continuum of care and support for children, youth and parents in their neighborhoods. This approach recognizes that keeping children safe is everybody’s business and that community members must be offered opportunities to help vulnerable families and shape the services and supports provided.

We provide leadership and help coordinate activities to implement the CPPC initiative in Scott County. This contract includes the Iowa Youth Decision Making Team initiative and Family Decision Making Team meetings.

Individualized Diversion Program

In coordination with Families, Inc

An effort to keep high-risk youth in their homes and communities, this program serves youth who are referred by Juvenile Court Services (JCS). Counselors use cognitive restructuring or reframing in the one-to-one sessions with youth over a period of 12 weeks.

Victim Restitution

In coordination with the 7th Judicial District

This program provides an employer of record and performs the payroll functions for the juveniles enrolled in the Seventh Judicial District Juvenile Court Services Victim Restitution Program.