SEA Program

About the Program

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

More Information

Contact Ravin Harrison at 405-713-6626 or DeAnna Dixon at 405-713-6452 for more information.