The Juvenile Intervention Assessment (JIA) assesses major risk factors associated with delinquency and acting out behavior. JIA results are helpful in case planning, supervision, referral and, as warranted, counseling or treatment.
The Juvenile Intervention Assessment (JIA) is an intake or screening instrument or test for troubled youth. It is a concise, comprehensive, and evidence-based, assessment instrument, that provides a meaningful juvenile profile.
9. Stress Management Scale
The JIA consists of 143 items and takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. From data (answers) input JIA tests are scored and three page reports are printed within three minutes.