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Juvenile Justice Services
Youth under the age of 18 become involved in the juvenile justice system for a variety of reasons. At Child Saving Institute (CSI) we are committed to serving youth involved in the juvenile justice system to help provide stability, support and live successful lives as they enter adulthood.
CSI's Emergency Shelter provides emergency housing and supportive care for children during family crises. Children and youth are placed in the Emergency Shelter to address their immediate needs for safety. The focus in the Emergency Shelter is always on therapeutic care with individualized service plans that emphasize strengths, identify achievable goals, and reinforce small achievements.
Missing Youth Services is designed to assist families who have had children run away from home. CSI staff assess, support and coordinate services for youth and their families to prevent system involvement and future runaway incidents.