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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.

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

  • Licensed child care programs in ND serving 36,529 kids

    1,352

  • More than 47% of ND kids have had 1+ adverse childhood experience

    47%

  • People in ND who were educated about their pregnancy and options

    602

  • Luther Hall kids who saw significant mental health improvements after treatment

    66%

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