This program involves placing individuals who are required to perform community service—often as part of their participation in felony or misdemeanor diversion or probation programs—with local, non-profit agencies. These placements are made based on the individual’s interests, location, and the number of hours required. The participation of these individuals is monitored and reported to the Court by the program.

This multifaceted approach, combining legal expertise with community service and evidence-based practices, aims to create a more effective and humane system of supervision that benefits both individuals and the community.