In this article, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Court” means the juvenile division of the superior court.

2. “Family counseling programs” means those public and private programs established pursuant to rules and guidelines promulgated and administered by the presiding judge of the juvenile division of the superior court in each participating county and approved by the supreme court for the purpose of strengthening family relationships and prevention of juvenile delinquency.

3. “Juvenile population” means the number of persons under the age of eighteen years in each county, as determined at least annually by the department of economic security.

4. “Matching funds” means state monies distributed by the supreme court to a participating county on a four-to-one ratio provided by the state and participating county respectively.