The Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) and the SHOCK youth diversion program are proud to announce our partnership with 3rd Millennium Classrooms. SCIP and 3rd Millennium Classrooms offer online alcohol, marijuana, and theft education courses that are widely used by courts, colleges, and high schools across the nation. 3rd Millennium Classrooms partnership with San Diego State University Research Foundation allows them to employ the strongest research available to develop the most effective evidence-based interventions. Each intervention maximizes the “teachable moment” that violators experience to initiate a change in attitude and reduce high-risk behavior.
Parents/caregivers suspecting their child may be “experimenting” with marijuana and/or alcohol are encouraged to immediately seek out professional in order to increase the likelihood of a successful intervention. SCIP’S partnership with 3rd Millennium Classrooms allows us to provide an additional level of intervention for Sacramento County youth that can be used concurrently with other professional services.
For more information on 3rd Millennium Classrooms visit their website HERE. If you would like to inquire about the various online courses our youth diversion program offers through 3rd Millennium, call Deputy Mike Saigeon at 916-875-8879.