Juvenile Sex Offender Program
(For both male offender and female offender programs)
- • Offender must be considered a JSO (Juvenile Sex Offender) as indicated by involvement in the Juvenile Court/Juvenile Probation system for sexually inappropriate behavior.
- • JSO is not residing with or having contact with their victim(s).
- • JSOs mental health or substance abuse issues are stabilized.
Successful Discharge Criteria:
- • JSO has completed all program assignments
- • JSO has demonstrated consistently improved levels of insight, accountability and victim empathy as judged by the clinical team based on behavioral observation.
- • JSO has acknowledged and taken ownership for at least all sex offenses of record (from collateral information).
- • JSO has completed a comprehensive Relapse Prevention Plan.
- • JSO has successfully utilized safety plans in the community.
- • JSO has demonstrated evidence of stability regarding grades, employment (if applicable), relationships, AOD recovery.
- • All members of the treatment team are in agreement that the offender has met the above criteria.