18TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT JUVENILE ASSESSMENT CENTER

Because being a parent isn't easy

aka Juvenile Assessment Center   |   Centennial, CO   |  www.jac18.org

Mission

To provide a coordinated, multi-agency, single entry site which contributes to the safety of youth, families, and the community through early intervention, comprehensive assessment and improved access to appropriate services.

Ruling year info

2009

Executive Director

Sarah Troy

Main address

7375 S. Potomac Street

Centennial, CO 80112 USA

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EIN

80-0364157

NTEE code info

Children's and Youth Services (P30)

Other Mental Health, Crisis Intervention N.E.C. (F99)

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Law Enforcement Program

The Law Enforcement Program strives to intervene and address factors contributing to concerning behavior and increase aspects of a young person’s life out of the juvenile justice and human services systems.

The Juvenile Assessment Center offers intake and assessment services to young people identified by law enforcement officers for behavior or delinquency matters. Officers may refer youth for a JAC assessment or transport directly to the Law Enforcement Program.

The LEP Assessment Includes:
Screening for immediate medical needs
Screening for detention placement
Behavioral health screening
Assessment of risks
Strengths and needs
Case planning
Short-term case management

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

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•Work with identified at-risk and delinquent youth in the community in need of intervention.
•Enhance public safety through comprehensive assessment, intervention and service referrals for at-risk and delinquent youth to include follow-up by JAC personnel.
•Provide a single point of entry for law enforcement allowing them to return to their other duties in a timely manner.
•Increase coordination of information and services.
•Utilize an individualized approach tailored to obtain positive outcomes for youth, families and the community.
•Increase effectiveness in the use of limited resources through the elimination of duplication of effort and enhanced accountability.
•Facilitate better working relationships between agencies serving youth, families and the community.
•Serve as a resource to the community concerning youth related issues and services.

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18TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT JUVENILE ASSESSMENT CENTER

Board of directors
as of 8/25/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. Kevin Duffy

Douglas County Sheriff's Office

Bonnie Adams

Mike DeGretto

Patryce Engel

Larry Etheridge

Pamela Gorden-Wakefield

Jeff Longmore

Ron Rakowsky

Scott Southworth

Bill Sparkman

Bob Stef