Youth Crisis Intervention-Advising

The Jackson Alabama Police Department offers a Youth Crisis Intervention-Advising program that aims to provide assistance to young individuals who are undergoing emotional distress or facing challenging situations in their lives.

The program is designed to create a safe environment where young people can discuss their issues and receive guidance from trained professionals who specialize in crisis intervention.

The police department values the importance of helping young people navigate through difficult times, and the program is intended to be a resource for families who may not know where to turn for help.

The Youth Crisis Intervention-Advising program is free of charge and confidential, and it is available to any young person who needs assistance.

The police department is committed to working collaboratively with community organizations and schools to ensure that the program is accessible to those who need it most.

If you have any questions, please call (251) 246-4484

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