The Juvenile Assessment Center is searching for an Executive Director.
Click here for the complete Executive Director Job Announcement, which includes information on how to apply.
Additional information about the search process can be found at FAQs About the ED Search Process.
The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) helps youth and families in Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties in Colorado.
We partner with Aurora Mental Health Center and the All Health Network (formally Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network) to provide behavioral health assessments through the JAC’s Community Assessment Program. The assessment identifies strengths, risks and needs in a young person’s life. Assessment Specialists will pinpoint key areas for intervention, provide clarity, and connect families to supportive services and positive strategies.
In Aurora, the JAC is a partner in Aurora’s Gang Reduction Impact Program (A-GRIP). The JAC A-GRIP Bilingual Mobile Assessment Specialist provides assessment services locally in original Aurora.
In Elbert and Lincoln counties, the JAC collaborates with the Elbert County Inter-agency Oversight Group and the 18th Judicial District Senate Bill 94 program to offer Rural Intervention Specialized Case Management (RISC).
The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) is a 501(c)(3) not for profit youth serving organization in Centennial, Colorado.