Pathfinder accepts referrals from Probation Administration, Juvenile Justice Districts for Day and/or Evening Reporting. Day and Evening Reporting provides comprehensive programming for youth that can benefit from a structured environment with enrichment activities.
Programming is designed to promote overall positive adolescent development through skills training and development of daily life skills. Skills training will provide opportunities to address criminogenic risks and needs, with an individualized programming plan for each youth. Day and Evening Reporting daily programming is founded in Positive Youth Development and Protective and Promotive Factors, Evidenced Based Principles, Motivational Interviewing, and Restorative Justice Principles.
The goal of Day and Evening Reporting is to provide structured time for youth by offering individualized program plans based on youth strengths and to target criminogenic needs. Day and Evening Reporting offers quantity opportunities for those youth who could benefit from learning, practicing, and acquiring social skills training, life and independent living skills, education support, and programming that promotes positive youth development. Components of Pathfinder’s Day and Evening Reporting include:
Independent Living Skills
Ansel Casey Curriculum
Your Money, Your Goals
Social Skills Training
Coping Skills Training
Problem Solving Skills
Restorative Justice Principles
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