Our goal is to create a humane, individualized and highly structured program of support and learning which helps youth succeed academically
Special Programs Staff
Description of Services
Substance Awareness Services
Activities are designed to strengthen skills & sharpen aesthetic awareness in a variety of art media.
Referral Process DCP&P
DCP&P caseworker will determine if youth is “at risk” & in need of social intervention from the Extended Day Program.
DCP&P caseworker will contact DCP&P Resource Development Specialist to inquire about referral procedure to the Extended Day Program.
The DCP&P Resource Development Specialist will provide DCP&P caseworker with Extended Day Program application & will contact Program Supervisor to inquire of possible new student admission into the program.
DCP&P caseworker will prepare referral summary for submissions to Program Supervisor for review. Child’s medical, psychological & other relevant testing must be submitted.
The Supervisor of the Extended Day Program will review referral credentials and contact DCP&P caseworker to schedule applicant interview. DCP&P caseworker & applicant’s caretaker must accompany youth at interviews & pre-placement.
If the youth agrees to accept the program guidelines & be governed by same, he/she is conditionally accepted by the Program Supervisor into the program for a 30 day trial period. At the end of thirty days, the Supervisor will assess if the youth’s continued enrollment is warranted.
Quarterly case conferences will be held every 90 days. DCP&P caseworker and caregiver will be present for input and feedback into program.