The Treatment Budgeting and Program Development Unit of JJSD provides and manages funding to the juvenile probation departments related to the following state-appropriated funds:
Juvenile Treatment Services Fund
Diversion Services Fund
Family Counseling Fund
Drug Court Fund
Funding allows county juvenile probation departments to cover operational and staff costs as well as authorize juveniles under their jurisdiction to participate in services designed in accordance with the probation service case plan and conditions of probation.
Specialized and Targeted Funding
The Treatment Budgeting and Program Development Unit of JJSD manages funding for the following specialized funding sources:
The Treatment Budgeting and Program Development Unit of JJSD manages funding to the juvenile probation departments through an Interagency Service Agreement (ISA) with the Department of Child Safety (DCS) related to federal Title IV-E funds.
Title IV-E funds assist a juvenile probation department in recovering a portion of the out-of-home placement costs and then using those funds within their juvenile probation system.
Juvenile Crime Reduction Fund (JCRF) Grants
The Treatment Budgeting and Program Development Unit of JJSD manages the application and funding process for the Juvenile Crime Reduction Fund. JCRF grants are provided annually to assist qualified organizations (courts, probation departments, tribes and governmental units) to reduce juvenile recidivism and youth penetration into the juvenile justice system.
The Treatment Budgeting and Program Development Unit collaborates with JJSD on the SPEP Project, AZYAS Project, provider contracting and annual performance measures reporting.
If you need additional information please contact the following staff: