The Home-Based Counseling program delivers supportive in-home and site-based counseling and rehabilitative services for at-risk youth. The goal of counseling is to help youth reintegrate into the community and/or avoid further involvement with the juvenile justice system.
How does the program help?
At-risk youth and their families face serious issues, including grief, abandonment, anger management, substance abuse and family conflict. The counseling program was designed to help at-risk youth.
Who uses these services?
Home-Based Counseling serves youth referred by the Office of Juvenile Affairs, Oklahoma Department of Human Services and Juvenile Bureau of the District Court.
For additional information about Home-Based Counseling, call Craig Henderson at 918.382.4480 or click here.