The Juvenile Justice Diversion Program also known as Family Directions, is a three-to-six-month diversion program for first-time juvenile offenders which provides alternatives to traditional criminal justice processes. At Camelot, the program is called Family Directions. It serves youth ages 10-17 who are at risk of being committed to the Juvenile Justice system (DJJ). Referrals are received directly from the State Attorney’s Office only. The program provides an international evidence-based model, Functional Family Therapy (FFT) through in-home family therapy and support services. It also includes Community Learning/Community Service Activities. Services are free to eligible youth and funded by the Children’s Services Council of Broward.