Electronic Monitoring: A child is fitted with an ankle bracelet that immediately alerts the monitoring company when the child leaves home.
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Testing: Alcohol and other drug abuse use is monitored by urine screens and cheek swabs.
Intensive Supervision Program (ISP): A package of services including daily contact with a child, electronic monitoring, and AODA testing. The duration is typically four months. The child is restricted to home, school, work, or necessary health or counseling appointments. But with adherence to ISP rules, the child progresses to a less restrictive schedule.
In-Home Family Therapy: Solution-focused therapy provided to families. The duration is approximately three to four months.