Randall County Family Intervention Program

Randall County Juvenile Probation provides a Family Intervention Program for Randall County families. The overall goal of this program is to reduce delinquent and dangerous behaviors in youth by teaching them and their families how to work in collaboration to overcome barriers and solve problems. The Family Intervention Program targets preadolescents and youths, ages 11 to 18, who are displaying risky behaviors, including conduct problems, violent acting-out, and substance abuse problems.
Families are seen weekly by a trained therapist within our newly designed family therapy room, at school, or within their homes, when appropriate. The overall goal is to facilitate ongoing regular family sessions by overcoming many of the common barriers to therapy, such as transportation and scheduling conflicts.

For more information about Randall County Juvenile Probation’s Family Intervention Program contact:

Erin Wyrick, MA, LPC-S
Deputy Chief of Behavioral Health

Joe Barton, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC
Chief Juvenile Probation Officer