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October 2015 FACILITATOR OF THE MONTH
Names: Sarah Enke and Mikaeyla Kliethermes - Missouri State University - School of Nursing
Group Facilitated: ERC Health Groups (Sex Education, First Aid, Substance Abuse, OTC drugs, Allergic Reactions)
Group Description: For the second month in a row... our youth selected our Missouri State University nursing students, Sarah and Mikaeyla, as Facilitator of the Month! Sarah and Mikaeyla facilitate our ERC Health based programming for the fall of 2015. Programming includes sex education, first aid, substance abuse, OTC drugs, and other important topics. When discussing these groups with our youth, our youth report these groups are their favorite programming and talk about how much they are learning. Sarah and Mikaeyla are very engaging and work hard to create a strong environment conducive to learning. We are very thankful to have the support of Mikaeyla, Sarah, and Missouri State University!
Policy & Procedure Manual:
About ERC Presentation:
The mission of the Greene County Juvenile Office-Evening Reporting Center (ERC) is to provide a community based alternative to secure detention for at-risk youth. This short term intensive supervision treatment program, with the help of community volunteers, will provide facilitated education and therapeutic programs in a structured environment, while ensuring the safety of the community and the juvenile.
The ERC is a program designed to assist participants to remain in the community and influence their lives in a positive way. Participants should consider placement in the ERC as a privilege and an opportunity to make positive changes in their behavior.
Placement in the ERC is an opportunity. With the help of the community facilitators, juveniles placed in the ERC program are allowed the chance to learn and develop social skills in a structured environment, covering such topics as Job Skills, Decision Making, Personal Health, and others.
Eligible youth will be:
- Post-filing/pre-adjudication or post adjudication status/ or motion to modify.
- Referred by a Deputy Juvenile Officer, Probation Officer, or the Court, to include Juvenile Drug Court
- Between the ages of 12 and fall under jurisdiction of the court.
- Accepted on a space-available basis. Maximum capacity for the Evening Reporting Center is 12 youth.
- Participating in the program for a period not to exceed 20 program days (actual days of operation)