Juvenile Division Probation & Community Control

Honorable Rick Rodger, Judge

Jenna Griffith,
Chief Probation Officer

221 West Fifth Street, Third Floor,
Marysville, Ohio 43040
PH: (937) 645-3029 ext. 3406
FAX: (937) 645-4132
Offices open to the public
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed on Federal Holidays

Setting guidelines and expectations to promote the acceptance of responsibility for their actions.

Please contact your assigned Probation Officer with questions regarding the location and availability of in person meetings.  If you need assistance reaching Probation Staff, please contact the Juvenile Clerk’s Office at (937) 645-3029 ext. 341and staff will assist you in making contact with someone in the department.

Probation & Community Control Services

The Juvenile Probation Department is entrusted by our community to serve and support the youth and families of Union County. We commit to assist in the development of today's youth in becoming tomorrow's leaders and productive citizens through a proactive approach in utilizing Accountability, Education, Community Services, and Family Support and Guidance.

Probation & Community Control Forms

Looking for Community Service Hours Tracking form or Sober Support Attendance? All Probation forms available here.

Juvenile Treatment Court

The Juvenile Treatment Court (JTC) was established in 2010 for high-risk, high-need youth whose drug and alcohol abuse issues continue without abatement on regular probation. A youth’s family is expected to participate in parent education and to assist the Court in monitoring and holding the youth accountable. Treatment is provided primarily by therapists from OhioGuidestone and Maryhaven, Inc. Case management, supervision of the youth and family support is provided by the treatment court coordinator and case manager.

Family Treatment Court

The Family Treatment Court (FTC) was established in November 2007 and manages adult participants whose children have open abuse, neglect, or dependency cases before the Court. The FTC functions as a collaboration of multiple systems: the court, child welfare, substance use disorder and mental health treatment providers, and community partners. No single system has the authority, capacity, resources, or skills to respond to the array of challenges faced by families affected by substance use disorders. Collaboration is required if families are to succeed.

Additional Rescources

We have many community and system partners that work with our youth and families each day.

Central Ohio Youth Center

Department of Youth Services

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Union County

All Rise (formerly NADCP)

Mobile Response | Mosaic Project (mosaicu.org)