Guidelines

  1. A "Visitation Permit" must be secured from the Youth Center Counselor. Visitation shall be restricted to parents or legal guardians; unless a specific cause can be served by authorizing the visitation of other interested parties. No visitation will be allowed without a permit.
  2. All approved visitors must present a picture ID at the door prior to admission into the Center.
  3. Visitation times are as follows:
    • Thursdays: 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. (30-minute visiting period)
    • Sundays: 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. (30-minute visiting period)
  4. Visitation privileges shall not be extended to anyone under the age of 21.
  5. Visitors are asked to leave all personal items, including purses, backpacks, and briefcases outside the Center. Visitors and any items accompanying them will be searched prior to admission into the Center.
  6. All Tobacco products and lighters are considered contraband and will not be allowed into the Center. Any visitor attempting to smuggle these items into the Center will be asked to leave the premises and are subject to having their visitation privileges revoked.
  7. Youth may receive a maximum of two visitors at a time.
  8. Visitors are permitted to bring youth food and beverages to be eaten during the visit. However, any leftovers must be taken out of the building or discarded of at the end of the visit. All utensils for food items will be supplied by the Center. All items brought for a youth will be searched by staff prior to being brought into the Center.
  9. Visitors may not bring any glass products into the Center.
  10. Youth may receive a change of clothes for approaching court dates via prior approval from the Youth Center Director or his designee. The same guideline is to be observed when exchanging shoes. Parents or guardians may not bring multiple pairs or different pairs of shoes unless the Director or his designee has approved it.
  11. Any visitor violating the above mentioned rules and regulations, causing a disturbance or under the influence of drugs or alcohol will have their visitation permit revoked. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Director.
  12. Professional visits are extended at times beyond our standard visitation schedule. Professional visitors are defined as court counselors, doctors, attorneys, clergy or other personnel associated with the progression of the youths well being.
 

Tour the Facility

  1. Front Entrance
    Front Entrance

  2. Juvenile Day Area
    Juvenile Day Area

  3. Indoor Recreation Area
    Indoor Recreation Area

  4. Dining Room
    Dining Room

  5. Kitchen (Youth receive 3 meals per day along with 2 snacks.  Meals are not prepared on site; they are catered and served from 
	this location.)
    Kitchen (Youth receive 3 meals per day along with 2 snacks. Meals are not prepared on site; they are catered and served from this location.)

  6. Typical Juvenile Sleeping Room
    Typical Juvenile Sleeping Room

  7. Girl's T.V. Area
    Girl's T.V. Area

  8. Boy's T.V. Area
    Boy's T.V. Area

  9. Control Room
    Control Room

  10. Classroom (Juveniles are required to attend school during their detention stay.  Our school program is operated by the W-S/FC 
	School System and employs two teachers to provide instruction.)
    Classroom (Juveniles are required to attend school during their detention stay. Our school program is operated by the W-S/FC School System and employs two teachers to provide instruction.)

  11. Computer Lab
    Computer Lab

  12. Outside Recreation Area
    Outside Recreation Area

  13. Youth participate in outdoor recreation on a daily basis if weather permits.
    Youth participate in outdoor recreation on a daily basis if weather permits.

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