Byline: Kara Spak Daily Herald Staff Writer
Some of Kane County's most hard-core juvenile offenders will get another chance to straighten out under two new programs being launched locally.
Central Baptist Family Services, a non-profit organization that runs Kane County's sex offender treatment programs, will offer "family functional therapy" and "aggression replacement therapy" to select 11- to 18-year-olds later this month.
"The population we're looking to serve are higher-risk young men and women," said Bruce Rasey, senior vice president of Central Baptist Family Services. "If they continue with their activities, this will likely lead to the department of …