Adobe Mountain School ( Juvenile Corrections) Visiting Information:
Family visits are encouraged as part of each youth's treatment program. Visitation is restricted to two (2) members of the immediate family only. Immediate family is defined as the youth’s parent or legal guardian, grandparent, sibling, and significant family members recommended through the juvenile's Multi-Disciplinary Team who have been approved by the Secure Care Bureau Administrator or designee. Siblings or visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, and are considered part of the two (2) immediate family members. Family members in need of reasonable accommodations due to a disability must submit a written request to the Secure Care Bureau Administrator at least 48 hours prior to the visitation date.
VISITATION GUIDELINES AND DRESS CODE
Adobe Mountain School follows established guidelines and requirements for visitation and the processing of visitors. These guidelines include...
PERMITTED AND NON-PERMITTED ITEMS
Adobe Mountain School wants your visitation experience to be safe and is taking steps to ensure contraband is not introduced to the facility. The following is a list of permitted and non-permitted items...
Adobe Mountain School ( Juvenile Corrections) Additional information:
Adobe Mountain School provides high quality behavioral treatment services to assist youth with acquiring the necessary tools to contribute to their healthy, successful and safe transition back into the community. Each youth placed in our secure care facility or on parole receives rehabilitative services appropriate to the youth's age, risk, needs, abilities, and committing offenses. In addition, treatment groups and specialized housing units focus on youth with histories of violence, substance abuse, mental health issues or sexual offenses.
Evidence-based treatment programs are delivered by licensed mental health professionals, master's level clinicians, and agency trained case managers. All youth receive core cognitive behavior therapy treatment, a comprehensive behavioral health and substance abuse program, and specialty treatment as needed based upon clinical evaluation. All youth must exhibit progress in their primary treatment needs before being considered for release.
Youth are also provided religious services and pro-social opportunities as a pathway to responsible citizenship. This includes weekly religious services, special holiday celebrations, spiritual retreats and studies, ASA sanctioned sports, student council, Boy Scouts, Wildland fire program, arts and clubs, restorative justice, work/community service, and special events.
No time limit unless space availability is limited.
Adobe Mountain School ( Juvenile Corrections) Description: