Skills Based Groups: resume writing/interviewing, job applications, finances, meal preparation, and food purchasing. In addition youths can participate in other location-specific programs.
Vocational Training and Certifications: on-site employment skills to include: Microsoft, Serve Safe, Food Handlers, OSHA, Fire Extinguisher, Flagger, and certification for completion of any of the evidence-based groups noted here.
Education: is provided on-site through the local school districts.
Restitution/Work: youth will receive support from staff to pay restitution obligations, or find gainful employment to help youths save funds for future needs such as college or independent living.
Clinical Support: In partnership with the Local Mental Health Authority, DSI provides evidence-based therapy in substance use disorder for acute and ongoing therapeutic needs as indicated by assessment or as defined by the Utah Juvenile Court.
Family Involvement: Day Skills Intervention encourages parents and families to play an active role in treatment through Child & Family Team Meetings, weekly updates and home visits from our staff. We also provide referrals to Families First for ongoing evidence-based family support in the youth’s home where identified.