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Community Action Partnership - CAP

Juvenile Diversion and Juvenile Diversion Residential

For more information send us an email or phone 619-338-2799

The Juvenile Diversion Program, a program of the Community Action Partnership (CAP), enables eligible youth, including at risk and high-risk youth, to prevent entry or re-entry into the juvenile justice system. The service target population is youth from 12 to 17 years of age.

The Juvenile Diversion Residential Program, is a program of the Community Action Partnership (CAP) to provide youth who run away from or are forced to leave their homes with a safe place to stay while facilitating the return of youth to his/her legal or in other safe permanent residence, and assisting the youth to avoid negative contacts with the juvenile justice system. These services prevent more costly public or private interventions, such as juvenile hall, court probation, and correctional camps.

The Juvenile Diversion programs provide services to youth who demonstrate behaviors typically associated with delinquency and which are likely to result in involvement and re-involvement with the juvenile justice system. These services are an alternative to more formal action with the juvenile justice and education systems and prevent more costly public or private interventions, such as juvenile hall, court, probation, and correctional camps.

Services include:

  • Skill Building
  • Community Service
  • Academic Assistance
  • Agency Referral
  • Counseling
  • Case Management

For the period of July 2007 through June 2008; 2,251 youth were provided with services;

For more information and to find out what zip codes are serviced by each organization.
Please review below:
Barrio Station
2175 Newton Avenue
San Diego, CA 92113
Zip code served: 92113
(619) 238-0314 ask for Juvenile Diversion Counselor
Boys and Girls Club of Inland North County (Mitchell Branch)
115 West Woodward Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025
Zip code served: 92025, 92026, and 92027
(760) 746-3315
North County Lifeline North Inland
200 Michigan Ave.
Vista, CA 92117
Zip code served: 92028 and 92069
(760) 726-4900
Boys and Girls Club Central (Encanto Branch)
6785 Imperial Ave.
San Diego, CA 92114
Zip code served: 92102, 92105, 92113, 92114, 92115, and 92139
(619) 263-6407
North County Lifeline North Coastal
110 Copperwood Way, Suite Q
Oceanside CA 92054
Zip code served: 92054, 92056, 92057, 92083 and 92084
(760) 757-0118
San Diego Youth & Community Services (Central)
2220 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92102
Zip code served: 92101, 92102, 92104, 92113, 92114, 92116, and 92139
(619) 232-8126
Social Advocates for Youth (SAY), Inc. (North Central)
4340 Genesee, Suite 208
San Diego, CA 92117
Zip code served: 92111, 92117, 92123, and 92124
(858) 974-3603
San Diego Youth & Community Services (East)
900 No. Cuyamaca
El Cajon, CA 92020
Zip code served: 91941, 91945, 91977, 92019, 92020, 92040, 92071, and 92121
(619) 258-6877
Social Advocates for Youth (SAY), Inc. (Central)
5348 University Ave. Ste 201
San Diego, CA 92105
Zip code served: 92104, 92105, 92115 and 92116
(619) 582-9056
South Bay Community Services
1124 Bay Blvd., Suite D
Chula Vista, CA 91911
Zip code served: 91910, 91911, 91932, 91950, 92154, and 92173
(619) 420-3620

 

The Juvenile Diversion - Residential Program:

The Juvenile Diversion Residential Program, is a program of the Community Action Partnership (CAP) to provide youth who run away from or are forced to leave their homes with a safe place to stay while facilitating the return of youth to his/her legal or in other safe permanent residence, and assisting the youth to avoid negative contacts with the juvenile justice system. These services prevent more costly public or private interventions, such as juvenile hall, court probation, and correctional camps.

Services include:

  • Residential Bed Day, which includes residential housing, a minimum of three meals per day and a snack in the evening, transportation assistance, and a minimum of one individual or group meeting per day
  • Ensure there is no entry or re-entry into the Juvenile Justice System
  • Minimize the re-occurrence of runaway behavior.
  • Assist with family reunification

For the period of July 2007 through June 2008, Juvenile Diversion Residential Services served 258 youths and provided 3,539 Bed Days to youth.

For more information contact:
South Bay Community Services
1124 Bay Blvd., Suite D
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 420-3620
San Diego Youth & Community Services
3255 Wing Street
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 221-8600
YMCA of San Diego County of San Diego Central Region
3304 Idlewild Way
San Diego, CA 92117
(858) 270-8213
YMCA of San Diego County of San Diego North Region
215 Barnes Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 721-8930

 

For more information send us an email or phone 619-338-2799