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Juvenile Supported Case Management (JSCM)

The Niagara County Juvenile Supported Case Management Program (JSCM) is designed to provide service coordination, supervision and support to youth ages 12-21. This program also implements accountability-based interventions, to help these youth avoid further crime and violence. The Niagara County Department of Social Services prioritizes youth and families in need of support services with regard to re-entry from out of home placements, juvenile justice involvement, gang activity, and/or truancy issues.

Youth are required to adhere to established curfew limits, participate in structured group and/or family therapy, and cooperate with random drug screening throughout the (60) day program. Aftercare linkages are provided beyond this period.

For more information, please contact 716-285-3403 x.2264. This program is monitored in partnership with the New York State Office of Children & Family Services and Niagara County Department of Social Services.

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By The Numbers...

In 2018, Community Missions provided:

13,268 nights of shelter

119,083 meals

6,081 individuals with clothing

3,198 care days in Youth Services

46,703 care days in Recovery Services

70,997 care days in Housing Services

227 opportunities for Faith Development


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