Drug Screening Program
One of many things unique to our Drug Screening program is testing is available and free of charge for any child in Canadian County, as well as any adult who needs services in conjunction with the treatment or case management of a child’s case.
DSP provides urinalysis for up to 15 substances, Nicotine testing, and ETG (alcohol) testing that reports use within the last 80 hours. Hair follicle tests are also available at the expense of the client. All testing utilizes GC/MS, a comprehensive, rapid, and sensitive drug screening procedure for confirmations on positive test results and oral swabs.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
The Canadian County Juvenile Detention Center is housed inside the Gary E. Miller Children’s Justice Center. It serves as a safe and secure holding facility for juveniles who have been arrested and are waiting to proceed through the court process or who have not yet been placed. The detention center is not a treatment facility, but mental health programs and trainings inform staff in providing trauma-informed care. A very strict and structured but fair philosophy helps residents see the benefits of staying out of trouble with the law, staying off drugs, and staying in school.
Supervised Visitation Program
Canadian County Supervised Visitation Center strives to keep children safe and provide a neutral environment that promotes healthy, safe interactions between family members and prevent re-victimization. This center is child-focused and provides a safe and comfortable place for parents and their children to create, build, and/or maintain positive relationships. This is also a supervised Safe Exchange Center that strives to prevent verbal and physical confrontation from occurring between family members during the exchange of children for unsupervised visitation of with non-custodial parents.
Nurturing Parents is an innovative, empowering education program that helps parents learn ways to improve their parenting skills through competency-based courses that meet specific needs of families. Parents who take care of themselves are better suited to take care of another person.
Comprehensive Home-Based Services (CHBS) and
Parent Aide Services (PAS)
The Restorative Justice Diversion Program creates an opportunity for a facilitated dialogue between a victim, the responsible youth, caregivers/families, and community members to discuss the impact of the incident on everyone. There is self-reflection by all parties and supportive, yet firm, accountability. This culminates in coming together to produce a consensus-based plan for the young person to make things right for the victim, their caregivers/family, the community, and themselves.
** While restorative justice programs in Western culture have been recently popularized, we want to acknowledge that the majority of values, principles, and practices of restorative justice are borrowed from ancient and indigenous practices in cultures around the globe.
Family Treatment Court
Family treatment court (FTC), considered a problem-solving court, is a family court docket for cases of child maltreatment in which parental substance use is a contributing factor. FTCs offer a promising model for all courts, providing insight into better ways of engaging families both before and — when necessary — after children are placed in foster care. It is an intensively supervised, court-monitored program. It involves court appearances before the Judge and Family Treatment Court Team every other week. This program can provide parents with substance use disorders with the necessary tools and supports to remain drug-free for life.
Camp Hope Oklahoma
Camp HOPE America focuses on three key elements: “Challenge by Choice” activities, affirmation and praise for developing character; and themed activities focused on helping children set and successfully meet their goals.
Behavioral Health Services
Gary E. Miller Canadian County Children’s Justice Center Behavioral Health offers the following services for Canadian County Children, Adolescents, and adults:
- Individual, Group, and Family Therapy
- Individual, Group, and Family Education
- Case Management
- Free random drug screening
Canadian County Education Center (CCEC)
The Canadian County Education Center provides an alternative school setting. It focuses on students who may have been suspended or aren’t succeeding inside a traditional school setting in Canadian County. The CCEC is a highly structured program that aims to provide individualized programming, which allows students to work at a pace they’re comfortable in.
Family Drug Court
Our Family Drug Court Program offers families treatment, support, and supervision services. Moreover, case management can be given to parents with substance abuse problems. Their children may also be placed in the custody of the Child Welfare Division of the Department of Human Services.
Canadian County Education Center
CCEC is an alternative school setting for students who are not succeeding in a traditional school setting or have been suspended from their home school in Canadian County. This is a highly structured program that provides individualized programming allowing students to work at their own pace, for an increased opportunity to succeed in high school and earn a high school diploma.
Juvenile Case Managers
In July 2004, the Canadian County Juvenile Case Managers were established to give juvenile court services to the District Court of Canadian County. It operates under the oversight of the Associate District Judge, Bob Hughey. Here are just a few services available in support of the juvenile court:
- Community Service
- Detention Screening
- Court Probation
- Truancy Services
- And more
Fort Reno Adolescent Center
Located within Gary E. Miller Canadian County Children’s Justice Center, Fort Reno Adolescent Center is a 12 bed residential substance abuse treatment program for adolescents who are between 13 and 17.6 years of age. This program is available to any youth in Canadian County who complete a drug and alcohol assessment and meet requirements for placement for the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s 3.5 level of care. The ASAM criteria will be explained further to you upon assessment.