Welcome to Skagit County
Office of Juvenile Court.
We provide a variety of services to youth and families of Skagit County. In doing so, we aspire to the following guiding principals:
We believe that youth should understand the impact of their actions on victims and the community, accept responsibility for their actions and experience consequences that balance the impact of their actions with what will be effective for their rehabilitation.
We believe that all of Skagit County’s citizens deserve to be and feel safe from crime snd/or othr anti-social behavior.
We believe that youth have strengths, are capable of change, can earn redemption, and can become responsible and productive members of our community.
We have four main divisions of services. To help direct your navigation a brief description of each is as follows:
A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a volunteer trained, sworn, and assigned by the court to provide independent advocacy for an individual child’s future best interest regarding decisions about living with relatives, reunification with a parent, guardianship, adoption, foster placement, etc.. For more information: CASA | CASA on Facebook.
The Court Services Program is a team of staff providing services that
facilitate Court and non-Court methods of responding to both criminal
and non-criminal activity.
The Detention Services Program is a team of staff providing services
and accountability, during confinement, to youths being held for investigation
of new offenses, or as a result of a Court Order.
The Probation Services Program is a team of staff providing services
through rehabilitative programs and accountability to youths that
have been convicted and placed on community supervision/probation
by a Court.
There are several way to contact us, if we can be of further assistance:
- Call us at (360) 416-1230, or FAX us at (360) 416-1240
- Write us at 611 South Second Street, Mount Vernon,
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We welcome any comments or questions regarding our website or services.