Children, youth and families who are, or are at risk of becoming involved in the child welfare or juvenile justice systems and who are receiving, or would benefit from integrated multi-agency services; and
Children and Youth (ages birth to 18 years or birth to 21 years for Developmentally Disabled children) who are:
- Habitually truant (as defined by Colorado Revised Statute), making them at significant risk to drop out of school and enter the juvenile justice system.
- All child welfare clients who are in out of home placement, especially out of county placement.
- Children who are adjudicated delinquent and enter the supervision of probation and/or Senate Bill 94, or are committed to the custody of the Division of Youth Corrections.
- Children and youth whose permanency has been negatively affected by meth and other drug use by themselves or their caregiver.
- Youth who are at risk to enter the child welfare system and are enrolled in the MYAT Program.
It is anticipated that upwards of 3,012 youth (duplicated count) will be served through the services indicated in the 2012-13 MOU. These numbers may be duplicated due to the youth and families receiving multiple services from multiple providers.