Officers work with families, social workers, hospitals, and attorneys to screen
cases on a daily basis. Intake/Diversion Officers provide a screening process
for cases of abuse, neglect or dependency that family members or in some instances
professionals who have direct knowledge of abuse, neglect or dependency of
children must complete before formal court intervention is initiated. Through Youth
Education & Intervention Services, families have access to the Court to
have their cases reviewed by filing a motion. Pre-dispositional motions can be
filed through Youth Education & Intervention Services by anyone who has an
interest in the case. Post-dispositional motions can only be filed by parent(s)
and/or custodians and only if there are current orders to Franklin County
Children Services. Intake/Diversion Officers are also responsible for
processing certifications from other counties or other courts, adult criminal
cases involving adults and children, consent to marry cases and judicial "by-pass"
cases. Intake/Diversion Officers make referrals to community resources if Court
intervention is not warranted.
Youth Education &
Intervention Services Staff
Julie O’Reilly Troth, Deputy
Director of Juvenile Programs and Services
Where are Intake Services
Youth Education & Intervention Services
399 South Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Hours of Operation:
8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
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