Here's a sample of our volunteer opportunities:VIEW AS
The mission of the O & A Center is to provide a 30 day, comprehensive assessment for delinquent youth in a safe and homelike environment while in State custody. A Discharge Service Plan is developed for recommendations to the Juvenile Court.
§ On-site school (8 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
§ Special Education services (if needed)
§ Assessments to establish grade level, performance ability, and vocational interest and aptitude.
§ Community Service Project (volunteer activities)
§ G.E.D. preparation
§ Daily PE
§ EPSD & T medical screening
§ Dental evaluation
§ Other medical services, as needed.
§ Token economy (point system)
§ Progress notes
§ Daily observation
§ Weekly student conferences
COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENTS &
§ Psychoeducational assessment
§ Clinical interview
§ Trauma assessment
§ Personality inventory
§ Other specialized assessment, as needed.
§ Substance abuse inventory (SASSI-A2)
§ Reason for Living Inventory for Adolescents
§ Youth Coping Index
§ Multigroup Ethnic Identify Measure
§ YLS/CMI (Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory)
§ Balanced and Restorative Justice model
§ A & D prevention
§ Teen nutrition
§ Planned parenthood
§ Anger management
§ Individual and family therapy, as needed.
§ Weekly group therapy
§ Crisis intervention, as needed
§ Teen AA/NA meetings
OTHER ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES
§ Educational and recreational community outings
§ Student Continuous Quality Improvement meetings
§ Daily and weekly chores
§ On-site recreational activities (basketball, volleyball, pool, board games, movies, computer games, Nintendo, Play Station, cards, listening to music, crafts or hobbies, and reading materials from the in-house library)
§ Religious services: A Volunteer Chaplain coordinates all student religious needs, to include but not limited to, weekly Bible study, annual vacation Bible School, and weekly Sunday school
§ Weekly visitation and phone calls
§ Correspondence via mail
§ Family therapy/consultation
§ Admission and Discharge Service Plan meetings
§ Connection to community/area agencies
§ Day Passes
Meals and snacks are prepared on-site by the Center's Food Service Stewards. The Center follows the menu developed by a certified nutritionist to meet the needs of adolescent males
A total of 21 full time staff includes the following: Director, Assistant Director, MSW Director of Treatment, two Case Managers, two Correctional Teachers (Special Education certified), a Children's Services Sergeant, three Children's Services Corporals, seven Children's Services.
VOLUNTEER SERVICESThe Center utilizes various community and social service partners for services and support. A Community Involvement Council provides feedback to the staff in regard to concerns of the community as well as providing guidance for recruitment of
Do you work for this organization?
Request administrator status and update its information!