Office of Children and Family Services

Bridges to Health

Supervision and Treatment Services for Juveniles Program (STSJP)

STSJP Municipality Plans

Municipalities continue to see the benefits and cost savings that the Supervision and Treatment Services for Juveniles Program (STSJP) can bring to their local strategy to serve youth who come into contact with the juvenile justice system. STSJP provides 62 percent state reimbursement for eligible expenditures for programs and services aimed at preventing unnecessary detention or residential placement for youth who are at risk of, alleged to be, or adjudicated as, juvenile delinquents (JDs), or alleged or adjudicated to be persons in need of supervision (PINS), or youth alleged to be or convicted as juvenile offenders (JOs).

Below are approved STSJP plans for Program Year (PY) 2016-2017 for each municipality that submitted a plan. Click on each municipality to learn more about its STSJP 2016-2017 strategy and funded program. Note: Those municipalities that did not submit a plan are not linked.


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