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Parent/Guardian Information

 
Possessions
 

While in the juvenile center, detainees have no need for any personal possessions or property other than the clothes being worn to the juvenile center and medication currently being taken. Youth should not wear expensive clothing to the juvenile center. No jewelry (e.g. ring, earring), watch, wallet/purse, money, tobacco, food, additional clothing, or other personal property is to be worn or taken to the juvenile center.

Clothing  
 
All detainees will wear juvenile center clothing and will not need additional clothing. If a detainee's clothing is unfit for public wear, parents may replace it during business hours Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m. subject to prior administration approval.
 
Telephone

Detainees are not allowed to make telephone calls, unless the privilege to make a weekly call is earned.  Detainees are not allowed to receive any personal telephone calls.  If the detainee's Parent/Guardian has a cell phone, they will need to call Encartele at 866-476-6723 or visit Encartele on the web to set up a calling card account in order for you to receive calls.

 
Mail
 
Detainees may write up to four (4) letters per week to parents or guardians. Exceptions are only with approval by the administration or as an earned privilege. Detainees may write their attorney, probation counselor or minister at any time. Incoming mail is not limited. Visitors may not give or receive written communications to or from detainees during visiting hours.
 
Transportation
 
There is no public transportation to the juvenile center. Visitors must arrange their own transportation.
  
Medication   
 
The juvenile center has a registered nurse on staff and a medical doctor on call. Any medication will have to be verified before a detainee will be allowed to use it. 

  
Mental Health Services

The juvenile center provides mental health assessment and individual, family, and group counseling through a grant-funded case manager.