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John Aarons

Casework Supervisor

Lane County Department of Youth Services

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John Aarons, MS: John is a Casework Supervisor at Lane County Department of Youth Services in Eugene, Oregon where he has worked for the past 25 years.
During this time John has worked as a Group Worker, a Juvenile Counselor in intake , intensive supervision, and traditional supervision, and as coordinator of The Martin Luther King, Jr. Education Center. John is certified as a trainer of cognitive behavioral intervention techniques having completed a train-the-trainers protocol from the University Of Cincinnati Corrections Institute. John is a founding member of the Oregon Juvenile Department Directors' Training Team. In addition, John has been a consultant for the National Center of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, the National Center for Juvenile Justice, and School Consultant Services. John, along with John Crumbley and Wade Fraser, has published articles on anger and the associated violence.


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John Aarons, Lane Co.


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Guest speakers: John Aarons, M.S., Assistant Division Manager of Lane County Division of Youth Services; Jennifer Cearley, Ph. D, Senior Management Analyst A Youth Services Client
The theme of this presentation is a look inside the services provided to youth referred by law enforcement to juvenile justice in Lane County. Assistant Division Manager John Aarons, along with key staff and a client involved in services will describe the mission, vision, and values that drive decision making as we assist youth and their families in navigating the system, repaying victims and the community damaged by crime, and learning the skills needed to be positively engaged in the community. John Aarons will lead a tour of the Serbu facilities after the program. You will have the opportunity to experience firsthand one of Serbu’s best-known programs. MLK Catering (mlkcatering@co.lane.or.us) is part of Serbu’s Culinary Arts Program.   You will be able to purchase lunch prepared by the Culinary Arts program. A menu will be on the City Club website (cityclubofeugene.org) the week before the program John Aarons is the Assistant Division Manager at Lane County Division of Youth Services in Eugene, Oregon where he has worked for the past thirty years in various capacities.  John is certified as a trainer of cognitive behavioral intervention techniques and effective practices in community supervision (EPICS) having completed a train-the-trainers protocol from the University Of Cincinnati Corrections Institute.  John is a founding member of the Oregon Juvenile Department Directors Training Team.   John has taught at national seminars for juvenile court judges, counselors and staff and has even been invited to be a consultant to the North Caucasus Federal University, Stavropol, Russia. He is on the faculty of University of Oregon and has published articles on anger and is co-author of Dispatches from Juvenile Hall: How to fix a failing system, published by Penguin Group.Â


www.cityclubofeugene.org

Guest speakers: John Aarons, M.S., Assistant Division Manager of Lane County Division of Youth Services; Jennifer Cearley, Ph. D, Senior Management Analyst A Youth Services Client
Assistant Division Manager John Aarons, along with key staff and a client involved in services will describe the mission, vision, and values that drive decision making as we assist youth and their families in navigating the system, repaying victims and the community damaged by crime, and learning the skills needed to be positively engaged in the community. John Aarons will lead a tour of the Serbu facilities after the program. John Aarons is the Assistant Division Manager at Lane County Division of Youth Services in Eugene, Oregon where he has worked for the past thirty years in various capacities. John is certified as a trainer of cognitive behavioral intervention techniques and effective practices in community supervision (EPICS) having completed a train-the-trainers protocol from the University Of Cincinnati Corrections Institute. John is a founding member of the Oregon Juvenile Department Directors Training Team. John has taught at national seminars for juvenile court judges, counselors and staff and has even been invited to be a consultant to the North Caucasus Federal University, Stavropol, Russia. He is on the faculty of University of Oregon and has published articles on anger and is co-author of Dispatches from Juvenile Hall: How to fix a failing system, published by Penguin Group.


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"The CYPM is really about options," said John Aarons, Lane County Youth Services Assistant Manager.
"Through this model we are able to utilize more of the resources that are available to youth and their families and by doing so, divert them from away from going to court or having a delinquency record." Information from 9 cities that have employed the CYPM shows a 50% reduction in arrests, an 83% increase in social support and a 67% improvement in educational outcomes, making the implementation of this program in Lane County a much anticipated step forward. "We are constantly adapting and evolving what we do to not only match the best, evidence-based practices in the field but to meet the specific needs of our community and we think the CYPM does both," added Aarons.


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