Community Service Juveniles
Vanessa Rose Coordinator
101 North Main Street, Suite 4
Williamstown KY 41097
Monday-Friday: 9:00am to 4:30pm
Juvenile Court Time: Tuesdays 9:00am-12:00pm
WE ENGAGE: To work in collaboration with the District Court Judges and the CDW in implementing the community services program for Grant County Juveniles. We believe that a sustained commitment by our office is the best way to make a significant difference in the lives of our youth.
MORE PEOPLE: Our goal is to engage the youth in volunteering to reconnect them to their community and its resources. Ultimately we want volunteering to become a way of life beyond their hourly requirements.
MORE EFFECTIVELY: It is important for the youth to be engaged in worthwhile activities that make a difference. Our role is to provide appropriate knowledge, skills and tools for the youth to be effective citizens.
IN VOLUNTEER SERVICE: Social problems require a human connection established by volunteering. The Community Service Program strives to provide alternative outlets for our youth to learn structure, accountability and decrease recidivisms in the court system.
TO HELP SOLVE: We believe that Community Service is an effective part of the Juvenile program. We help to solve serious juvenile social problems by coordinating local volunteer activities. We believe in our youth and take an active role in promoting justice and the common good.
Additional Contact Information:
Court Designated Worker: 859-824-5063
District Clerk Office: 859-824-4467
Dept. of Juvenile Justice: 859-356-1431
Cabinets for Children & Families: 859-824-4471
||PSA for Underage Drinking
Click on the Picture above to see the touching testimonial from a local mom who lost her daughter.
Please think twice before allowing underage persons to drink at your home, it could be life or death.
||Grant County Community Garden
The goal of the community garden is to enrich our neighbor's lives by providing educational and community service opportunities through hands-on activities while providing nutritional fruits and vegetables to families in need.
In 2012 youth in the Community Service Program provided 608 hours working in the garden from Planting to picking and delivering.
Over 174 families received veggies from the garden at least 2 times this season. The average bag weighed 8 pounds!
Thank you to all who volunteered for 2012! Like us on Facebook for more pictures and information.