Youth Mental Health Court Worker Program
The Youth Mental Health Court Worker (YMHCW) provides support to youth (aged 12-17) who are involved with the Youth Justice Court and are presenting with symptoms of mental health issues.
Extrajudicial Measures (EJM) Program
The EJM Program is a diversionary program for youth aged 12- 17 years (at the time of the offense). Police may refer a youth to the EJM program rather than laying a charge.
Extrajudicial Sanctions (EJS) Program
The EJS Program is a diversionary program for youth aged 12-17 (at the time of the offence). Extrajudicial Sanctions allow a youth charged with a low-risk offence to take responsibility for their offence, without being sentenced by a judge.
Intersections is an early interventions model that focuses on navigation and coordination of services for children and youth who are at risk of being involved in the justice system.