The SEA (Service-Education-Accountability) Program provides supervised work for children involved through the juvenile court system to complete community service to pay restitution to their victims. There are 8 to 10 juveniles participating on Saturdays and Sundays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Litter clean-up, gardening, graffiti removal, planting, packaging food, organizing clothes, leaf raking and painting are a few examples of the types of work the youth are involved in.
The Sea Program contracts with non-profit organizations to accomplish the following goals:
The participants will learn to give back to the community
To assist the juvenile in connecting with programs out in their community
To be a part of and belong
To become responsible and accountable
To give the youth a sense of participating in something positive
To increase awareness that they can touch others' lives
To increase the effectiveness of probation
To increase the learning process for the juvenile
To increase the opportunity for juveniles to pay restitution
To see completion of a project from beginning to end
Contact Ravin Harrison at 405-713-6626 or DeAnna Dixon at 405-713-6452 for more information.