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DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS

COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION

Anger Management Program The purpose of the Anger Managment program is to serve two related goals. The first being to help make the arousal of anger in chronically aggressive youths a less frequent occurrence. It also provides such youths with the means to learn self-control when their anger is aroused. The program is broken up into ten segments taught over two days. Absences are not accepted. If you have any questions, please call (775) 325-7914.

HOPE (Domestic Battery Offenders Program)  The purpose of the HOPE program is to serve two related goals. The first being to help make the arousal of anger in chronically aggressive youths a less frequent occurrence. It also provides such youths with the means to learn self-control when their anger is aroused. The program is broken up into ten segments taught over two days. There is a total of 6 hours of instruction.  Absences are not accepted. If you have any questions, please call (775) 325-7914.

Changing Directions Program The program is geared toward youths ages 14-18. It gives them the tools to change their own way of thinking and believing in order to benefit their life. The program takes place over two days with a total of 6 hours of instruction. Absences are not accepted. If you have any questions, please call (775) 325-7914.

Victim Awareness Program  The purpose of the VAP program is to teach youth ages 13-18 the impact of crime on individuals and the community as a whole. The program is broken up into three segments titled (1) Property Crime, (2) Drugs and Society and (3) Violent Crime. The program takes place over 2 days with a total of 6 hours of instruction. Absences are not accepted. If you have any questions, please call (775) 325-7914.

Basic Skills Program  The purpose of the BSP Program is to teach youth ages 14-18 the social skills in order to improve their relationship with others so they can avoid trouble situations and improve their quality of life. The program is broken up into 6 individual segments. The program takes place over 2 days with a total of 6 hours of instruction. Absences are not accepted. If you have any questions call (775) 325-7914.

Early Intervention Program  The purpose of the EIP program is to teach youth ages 8-13 the impact of crime on individuals and the community as a whole. The program is broken up into four segment titled (1) Property Crime, (2) Drugs and Society, (3) Violent Crime and (4) Anger issues. This format will include applicable videos and lectures. The program takes place over 1 day with a total of 3 hours of instruction. Parent participation is mandatory in this program. Absences are not accepted. If you have any questions call (775) 325-7914

Youth Employment Program  The purpose of the YEP Program is to teach youth ages 14-18 employment skills in order to improve their understanding of the work world and to assist them in finding meaningful employment in the community. The Program is broken up into lectures and work experience. The program takes place over 3-4 classes with a work experience component. Absences are not accepted. If you have any questions call (775) 325-7914