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Youth Services Technical Support Request Survey

Are you in need of support, training, or assistance to successfully implement the Community Based Youth Services Contract? Submit a request for support by clicking on the link. Fill out the form completely, click DONE, and  the form will be routed to the appropriate department. 

This video features OJA, state agency partners and other stakeholders collaborating on the important discussion for the need and process of a shelter hotline.

Community Based Youth Services Catchment Area Map

The Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs is divided into seven (7) districts. Each district shown  has one District Supervisor, Assistant District Supervisors and Juvenile Justice Specialists who work directly with the youth and their families. Local Youth Service Agencies (YSAs)  provide prevention and community-based services in partnership with their local juvenile service unit (JSU) specialists and other key partners throughout their catchment area in all seventy-seven (77) counties. Services provided by YSAs vary based on the local needs identified in their community needs assessment which includes feedback from JSU, the Department of Human Services (DHS), local school officials, parents, youth, community members, the Judiciary, District Attorneys, law enforcement,  and other key professionals who serve youth in need of delinquency prevention services and supports.

Click the drop-down box below for more information about the local youth service agency located in the selected county.


Last Modified on Feb 07, 2024
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