Comprehensive Services Act (CSA)
The Comprehensive Services Act was enacted by the General Assembly in 1993 to pool funds to purchase services for high-risk youth. The purpose of the act is to provide high quality, child centered, family focused, cost effective, community-based services to high–risk youth and their families. The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors designated the Human Services Division to oversee the County’s CSA program, creating a collaborative system of service delivery. Funds for CSA services are managed at the local level by two multi-disciplinary teams.
Alternative Community Programs
Virginia Juvenile Community Crime Control Act (VJCCCA)
Alternative Community Programs are sanctions available to the Montgomery County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and Court Services Unit to address delinquent behaviors of youth involved in the juvenile justice system. The programs are designed to provide juveniles with a basic understanding of responsibility and good work habits. (Grant funded)
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
RSVP networks to create volunteer opportunities for the senior population, and to be a resource for area organizations. The program links the skills, knowledge and experience of older adults with the needs of their community. RSVP provides support to those that volunteer while providing opportunities that promote independence and an active lifestyle. (Grant funded)