Community Early Intervention
Community Early Intervention (CEI) is a 2-part program that provides education in session one and mediation in session two. Education topics include marijuana, alcohol, tobacco, gaming/gambling, decision-making, problem-solving, and healthy coping skills. CEI may serve as an alternative to suspension or involvement in the formal justice system. There is a cost of $50.00 (or $40.00 with proof of Medicaid Insurance).
The intended audience for this program is youth who have been identified through the school or Juvenile Court as a first-time offender by using a substance, possessing drugs or paraphernalia, or engaging in a physical or verbal altercation. A parent/guardian is required to accompany the youth.
The goal of CEI is to keep youth out of the formal justice system and help juveniles complete the diversion program.
For more information, email CEI-SOMM@envisionpartnerships.com.
If you have already been referred to or registered for CEI, complete the pre-session screening and payment form below.
Click here --> PRE-SESSION SCREENING to complete the pre-session assessment prior to the first appointment.
Community Early Intervention: Payment Form
Note: this form is for payment via credit/debit card only, but a check will also be accepted in-person at your scheduled session. If your meeting is virtual, a check can be sent to Envision Partnerships, 2935 Hamilton-Mason Rd., Hamilton, OH 45011.