The Clinton County Juvenile Court began its Community Service Program in 1985. Community Service is intended to hold youth accountable for his/her actions, while also allowing youth to give back to the community.
Youth are referred to the Community Service Program via formal court order and also through the Diversion Program. Youth are ordered/referred for a set number of hours to be served under Court supervision at a variety of local non-profit entities. Through this service, it is the desire and goal of the Juvenile Court that youth learn a skill and/or productive work habits, while also taking responsibility for his/her actions.
If you represent a local non-profit entity and would like our youth to complete a Community Service project for your non-profit entity, please contact Chad Mason, Community Service Coordinator, at (937) 382-1544.