Juvenile Justice Services

BFDI serves as a Care Management Organization (CMO) with the Wayne County Department of Children and Family Services providing: case management services; assessment; service coordination; community linkage; crisis intervention services; monitoring service; court attendance; treatment; team coordination.

Care Management Organization (CMO)

Overview

BFDI CMO is contracted to provide supervision and monitoring of treatment services to youth and families that are placed with the Wayne County Department of Children and Family Services (WCDCAFS).

Program Goal

To ensure youth and families receive services they need to be successfully released from the juvenile justice system and achieve their personal goals, while ensuring community safety.

Program Services

  • Reintegration of youth in the community
  • Improve independent functioning
  • Refer and Monitor treatment services
  • Educational Monitoring
  • After school support services
  • Advocacy
  • Resources

    Eligibility Criteria

    To be eligible for this program: Youth needs to be committed to Wayne county Department of Children and Family Services under the supervising of Michigan Department of Human Services

    CMO Integrated Services Program


    Overview

    BFDI CMO Integrated Services program is contracted to provide supervision, treatment, and case management services to youth and families assigned to the CMO.

    Program Goal

    To ensure youth and families receive the services they need to be successfully released from the juvenile justice system and achieve their personal goals, while ensuring community safety.

    Program Services

  • Reintegration and maintenance of youth in the community
  • Improve independent functioning
  • Refer and monitor treatment services
  • Educational monitoring
  • After school support services
  • Advocacy
  • Resources

    Eligibility Criteria

    To be eligible for this program: Youth needs to be committed to Wayne county Department of Children and Family Services under the supervising of Michigan Department of Human Services

    CMO Hope Program


    Overview

    The CMO-HOPE program welcomes youths who identify a need for substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders services.

    HOPE Program provides culturally relevant, individualized, strength based, comprehensive and assessable outpatient (OP) substance abuse services to court ordered youth and their families. These services are provided in the least restrictive environment and in a manner that respects the dignity, worth and rights of the persons served and their families.

    Program Goal

    (1) To reduce alcohol and drug abuse by promoting continued abstinence.
    (2) To assist youth with adopting productive options to substance dependent lifestyles.

    Program Services

  • Individual and group substance abuse therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Case management
  • Relapse prevention
  • Life skills
  • Educational monitoring
  • Drug screen monitoring
  • Crisis intervention services
  • And a variety of other services designed to promote abstinence from tobacco, alcohol and other drugs

    Eligibility Criteria

    Youth of Wayne County, committed to Wayne County Department of Children and Family Services, who demonstrate use or dependence upon alcohol, or other substances.

    Youth who are able to benefit from drug-free Outpatient treatement.

    You are authorized and referred by the Black Family Development, Inc.'s Care Management Organization

    Bridges On-The-Job Training Workforce Development


    Overview

    Black Family Development, Inc. (BFDI) in collaboration with the Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation (DESC) is implementing an On-the-Job Training Program. The Bridges Program is designed to close both the prevalent academic and employment gap for youth 16 to 21 years of age.

    Program Goal

    The goals of the Bridges Program include

    • To empower at-risk youth in, recently exiting, or at-risk of entering the juvenile justice system with curriculum-based employability skills training.
    • To provide individualized job placement, supervised paid work experience, and job coaching for at-risk youth to successfully enter the workforce, (including implementing their own cottage industry) in 9 to 12 months.

    For more information contact Kevin Bryant at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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