Day Report

Overview

Lutheran Social Services Day Report promotes the well-being of at-risk youth through after-school structure, supervision and education. This after-school program serves teens ages 14 to 17 who have a history of delinquent offenses and are currently involved with the North Dakota Juvenile Court or the Division of Juvenile Services.

Lutheran Social Services also offers a component called Beyond Out of School Suspension (BOSS) for middle school and high school students who are suspended or expelled from school or awaiting school placement afterwards. Youth involved in BOSS receive assistance with education and skill building and they participate in supervised community service projects.

Goals and benefits

The program helps youth develop a positive relationship with the community. Goals include:

  • Increase community safety by providing additional supervision to high-risk youth
  • Hold youth accountable through intense supervision and goal setting
  • Help youth develop skills and increase competence
  • Provide support and assistance to help youth transition to a lower level of supervision

Activities and Education

  • Anger and stress management
  • Service learning projects
  • Alcohol, tobacco and drug awareness
  • Job skills and career goals
  • Cultural diversity
  • Making healthy choices
  • Clarifying values and setting goals
  • Developing problem-solving skills
  • Tutoring and study skills
  • Expressive arts
  • Positive recreation

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Our Impact This Year

  • Kids Healing Through Trauma Therapy

    500

  • Families in Affordable Homes

    893

  • Kids Made Amends With Youth Court

    200

  • Child Care Providers Improved Through Online Classes

    5,000

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