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“Our daughter is currently a resident of the center and is about to be released in 2 weeks. When we had her assessed at The Menninger Clinic we asked that they recommend where to put her after her assessment and they gave us TCSI. We asked where we should place her AFTER The Center. Having never been through this kind of stress and heartache, we had no clue and were at their mercy.”

“When they said she might “look” completely different after only 3 months I thought they were 100% insane. There was just no way. She was so broken. I’m happy and SO grateful I was wrong. The difference in our daughter has us in awe. We know she is not “fixed” by any means but we now have HOPE.”

“The Center for Success and Independence has truly been a LIFE SAVER, not only for our daughter but for our family’s sanity as well.”

“We are so SO grateful to have been led to such a remarkable resource.”

“I am XXXX’s mom, XXX.  She is scheduled to be released this Wednesday and we are THRILLED to have her home!!!!!  We are amazed at the transformation she has made in just 3 months and I cannot accurately express the depth of our gratitude for the level of professionalism and care your entire staff has shown.  We are beyond grateful and consider ourselves extremely blessed that our path led to TCSI!!!!!!”
 
“I am currently working on a website with the ultimate goal of creating a scholarship fund to assist families access quality mental health services. I would love to sit down and talk with you to give you a better understanding of my project and get your feedback.”
 
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“I was there when the young people were going to lunch today. They all looked happy and healthy and their clothes were clean. They were smiling and joking with the staff, who seemed like teachers and mentors, not guards. It felt like a school, not a detention facility. When you realize that most of the kids are here for serious offenses, it’s even more remarkable. All kids can be successful if they have help and support. YOI is amazing!”

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Broward Youth Treatment Center is a 40-bed non-secure residential program for boys, ages 13 to 18 years old. The program provides individualized mental health and substance abuse services using a trauma-focused approach. Boys’ length of stay is typically 6 to 9 months in which they participate in group therapy sessions along with their individual sessions, anger management curriculum, victim awareness, social and living skills and restorative justice programming.

Equipping youth with necessary tools when the odds are stacked against them. Developing employability skills and providing opportunities to become productive citizens within the community.

 

Location
  • 8301 South Palm Drive, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33025
  • Opened at its current location in 2012.
  • Operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.

 

Contact
  • phone 954-962-1088,  fax 954-962-2482

 

Size and Make-Up
  • Rated capacity is 58 beds, contracted for 40 youth.
  • Male residential facility

 

Intake
  • Average length of stay is 4-6 months.
  • Each youth receives an intake call to the parent/guardian.
  • During the first 24 hours, a thorough intake is completed which the youth is seen by a Nurse, Case Manager, Licensed Mental Health Personnel, Teacher and the Facility Administrator and/or Assistant Facility Administrator.

 

Medical
  • Medical staff includes: one (1) RN, one (1) LPN and a contracted Psychiatrist.
  • Medical Department operates 7 days a week. The medical staff is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Upon arrival, all youth are screened by the medical staff for medical and dental problems. Memorial Hospital is used for all off-site medical treatment at Broward Youth Treatment Center.

 

Programs
  • Facility Administrator oversees all programs at the facility.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal, three (3) full-time Regular Education Teachers, one (1) full-time Special Education Teacher, two (2) Teacher’s Aides and one (1) General Educational Development (GED) coach.
  • Education Department is operated by the Broward County School Board.
  • All youth enrolled in school attend school for 300 minutes a day. All grades are transferable to their home schools.
  • Youth have the option to complete school while in the program.
  • GED test preparation courses are also available.
  • Case-Management Department is staffed by two (2) full-time Case Managers five (5) days per week.
  • Youth attend a Formal Treatment Team meeting at least once a month and an Informal Meeting once a month to discuss their progress and goals in which the youth, parent, Juvenile Probation Officer, Case Manager, Therapist, Nurse, Clinical Director and Support Staff are present.
  • A Behavioral Management System is utilized to modify behavior.
  • Facility is required to maintain a 1:8 ratio of staff to youth on first and second shift and a 1:10 ratio during third shift.
  • Facility employs eleven (11) Direct Care staff, four (4) Shift Supervisors, one (1) Clinical Director, one (1) Assistant Facility Administrator, 1.5 Nursing Personnel, two (2) Case Managers and two (2) Master-level Therapists.

 

Living Areas
  • Campus has one (1) multi-purpose area.
  • Individuals are provided with three (3) hot meals per day and a snack.
  • Special and religious diets are provided as necessary.
  • Youth earn the right to enjoy activities in a game room that they helped to create.
 
Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: http://www.djj.state.fl.us/partners/prison-rape-elimination-act-(prea).

The Center for Success & Independence is a 14-bed residential treatment center for girls ages 12 to 17 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health, Art, Music, Recreation Therapies and Education.

Location
  • 175 Industrial Court SW, Cleveland, TN 37311
  • Opened at its current location in 2014.
  • Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.
 
Contact
  • 423-380-8446
 
Size and Make-Up
  • The academy is contracted for 14 youth.
  • Females ages 12 through 17 receive treatment at the facility.
  • Facility serves both dependent/neglect and adjudicated youth who need intensive mental health treatment.
 
Intake
  • Intake referrals are reviewed for admission based on meeting criteria for the scope of services.
  • The average length of stay is 3-6 months.
  • All youth are given an opportunity to make telephone calls and mail correspondence to persons approved by the Department of Children’s Services.
  • During the first 24 hours the youth is assessed by therapists, nurses and education staff and provided an orientation to their living dorms by youth counselors. The identified Mental Health personnel are on call 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week in the event of a Mental Health Emergency.
 
Medical
  • Medical staff includes Licensed Mental Health Professionals, a Therapist, a Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurses and contract services with a Psychiatrist and Cleveland Family Health Care.
  • Medical Department is open sixteen (16) hours per day, seven (7) days per week.
  • Youth are given a physical exam within the first fourteen (14) days of placement.
  • Tennova Health Care is used for emergency hospital services. Cloudland Dental is used for dental services.
 
Programs
  • Facility Director oversees all programs at the facility. The facility has a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music, and Recreation Therapies and Education.
  • Youth receive groups daily, individual therapy weekly and as needed, and family therapy twice a month with birth and foster parents.
  • Treatment modality focuses on trauma-informed care along with anger reduction therapy and other evidence-based treatment modalities.
  • Facility has faith-based services offered through a local church.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal and two (2) teachers, one of whom specializes in special education.
  • Youth attend school the same number of hours as regular Bradley County Schools.
  • Youth attend bi-weekly treatment team meetings that are facilitated by a licensed clinician.
  • A behavioral motivation system is used to help reward pro social behaviors and modify maladaptive behaviors.
  • Facility is required by contract to maintain a 1:5 ratio of staff to individuals, on first and second shifts and a 1:8 ratio on third shift.
  • Youth participate in TOPS (Teen Outreach Program), completing service learning projects that benefit the program and community.
  • Youth do volunteer work at SPCA Animal Shelter by feeding, walking, grooming, and caring for animal hygiene needs; and Bradley County Homeless Shelter where youth prepare and serve meals to the homeless community on a monthly basis.
  • Upon discharge, youth will continue to receive services for a period of time determined by the continuum contract with Omni Community Health.
  • Youth participate in a daily structured activity schedule which tracks the activities completed by youth each hour, excluding sleeping hours.
 
Living Areas
  • Facility has a living area, multipurpose room, cafeteria, therapy room, outdoor recreation space and a classroom.
  • Youth are provided three (3) meals per day approved by a nutritionist and a snack. Special diets are provided as necessary.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/juvenile-justice/prea.html

Crestview Youth Academy is a 30-bed secure residential facility serving males ages 13 to 21 and a 24-bed residential facility serving males ages 13 to 18. The program provides individualized mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability treatment services using a trauma-informed approach. Average length of stay is typically 3 to 12 months during which time they participate in individual, family and group therapy sessions, social and life skills training, victim impact awareness and restorative justice programming.

Location
  • 4449 Straight Line Road, Crestview, FL 32539
  • Opened at its current location in 2017.
  • The Residential Treatment Center is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments
 
Contact
  • 850-683-3908
 
Size and Make-Up
  • Rated capacity is 54 beds (30 secure and 24 non-secure)
 
Intake
  • The average length of stay is 3-12 months.
  • Youth admitted to the academy are between the ages of 13-21 years old.
 
Mental Health Team
  • Mental Health staff includes master's level therapists, a licensed Clinical Director, contracted Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and additional qualified mental health professionals.
 
Programs
  • Academy Director oversees all programs at the facility.
  • The academy has a vast array of programs.
  • Academy provides weekly non-denominational religious services.
  • All educational needs are provided by The Raider Group. Oversight of educational services provided by Okaloosa County Schools.
  • This program serves as a GED ® test site.
  • Vocational opportunities include:  Masonry, Electronics Technician, Carpentry and Horticulture.
  • Specialty treatment services address Borderline Developmentally Delayed and Developmentally Delayed youth.
  • Youth are provided daily treatment services facilitated by qualified mental health professionals that focus on social skills, male related issues, relapse prevention, trauma, impact of crime on communities and life skills.
  • A contracted Board-Certified Behavior Analyst provides individualized behavior plans and staff training to assist in ongoing education and strategies in working with the population's specialized needs.
  • All youth receive individual and family therapy sessions as prescribed within their individualized treatment plan.
  • The program hosts Family Days, parenting groups, and special service offerings to assist in building and strengthening relationships and preparing for transition.
 
Living Areas
  • Academuy has two living areas.
  • Individuals are provided breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks daily, which are managed by a licensed dietician.
  • Special medical diets and religious diets are provided as needed.
  • Youth receive nightly and monthly incentive activities and canteen. Incentives are created by the Youth Advisory.
  • The program has multi-purpose areas.
  • The program has designated "man caves" (activity rooms) for earned privileges and socialization opportunities.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: http://www.djj.state.fl.us/partners/prison-rape-elimination-act-(prea)

The Center for Success & Independence is a 16-bed residential treatment center for girls, ages 12 to 17 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music & Recreation Therapies and Education.

Location
  • 450 Hatcher Lane, Elizabethton, TN 37643
  • Opened at its current location in 2014.
  • Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.
 
Contact
  • 800-544-6574 or 423-617-0959
 
Size and Make-Up
  • The academy is contracted for 16 youth.
  • Females ages 12 through 17 receive treatment at the academy.
  • Academy serves both dependent/neglect and adjudicated youth who need intensive mental health treatment.
 
Intake
  • Intake referrals are reviewed for admission based on meeting criteria for the scope of services.
  • The average length of stay is 3-6 months.
  • All youth are given an opportunity to make telephone calls and mail correspondence to persons approved by the Department of Children's Services.
  • During the first 24 hours the youth is assessed by therapists, nurses and education staff and provided an orientation to their living dorms by youth counselors. The identified Mental Health personnel are on call 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week in the event of a Mental Health Emergency.
 
Medical
  • Medical staff includes Licensed Mental Health Professionals, a Therapist, Licensed Practical Nurses and contract services with a Psychiatrist and Doctor’s Care Clinic.
  • Medical Department is open sixteen (16) hours per day, seven (7) days per week.
  • Youth are given a physical exam within the first fourteen (14) days of placement.
  • Johnson City Medical Center is used for emergency hospital services. Carter County Health Department is used for dental services.
 
Programs
  • Facility Director oversees all programs at the facility. The facility has a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music, and Recreation Therapies and Education.
  • Youth receive groups daily, individual therapy weekly and as needed, and family therapy twice a month with birth and foster parents.
  • Treatment modality focuses on trauma-informed care along with anger reduction therapy and other evidence-based treatment modalities.
  • Facility has faith-based services offered through a local church.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal and two (2) teachers, one of whom specializes in special education.
  • Youth attend school the same number of hours as regular Carter County Schools.
  • Youth attend bi-weekly treatment team meetings that are facilitated by a licensed clinician.
  • A behavioral motivation system is used to help reward pro social behaviors and modify maladaptive behaviors.
  • Facility is required by contract to maintain a 1:5 ratio of staff to individuals, on first and second shifts and a 1:8 ratio on third shift.
  • Youth participate in TOPS (Teen Outreach Program), completing service learning projects that benefit the program and community.
  • Upon discharge, youth will continue to receive services for a period of time determined by the continuum contract with Omni Community Health.
  • Youth participate in a daily structured activity schedule which tracks the activities completed by youth each hour, excluding sleeping hours.
 
Living Areas
  • Facility has two levels with one living area, multipurpose room, cafeteria, sensory room, therapy room, outdoor recreation space and a classroom.
  • Youth are provided three (3) meals per day approved by a nutritionist and a snack. Special diets are provided as necessary.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/juvenile-justice/prea.html

The Center for Success & Independence is a 16-bed residential treatment center for boys, ages 12 to 17 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music & Recreation Therapies and Education.The Center for Success & Independence is a 16-bed residential treatment center, ages 12 to 17 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music & Recreation Therapies and Education.

Location
  • 3065 Murfreesboro Road, Lebanon, TN 37090
  • Opened at its current location in 2003.
  • Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.
 
Contact
  • 615-443-7222
 
Size and Make-Up
  • The academy is contracted for 16 youth.
  • Males ages 12 through 17 receive treatment at the facility.
  • Academy serves both dependent/neglect and adjudicated youth who need intensive mental health treatment and services.
 
Intake
  • Intake referrals are reviewed for admission based on meeting criteria for the scope of services.
  • The average length of stay is 3-6 months.
  • All youth are given an opportunity to make telephone calls and mail correspondence to persons approved by the Department of Children's Services.
  • During the first 24 hours the youth is assessed by therapists, nurses and education staff and provided an orientation to their living dorms by youth counselors. The identified Mental Health personnel are on call 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week in the event of a Mental Health Emergency.
 
Medical
  • Medical staff includes Licensed Mental Health Professionals, a Therapist, Licensed Practical Nurses and contract services with a Psychiatrist, Registered Nurses and Capstone Medical Group.
  • Medical Department is open sixteen (16) hours per day, seven (7) days per week.
  • Youth are given a physical exam within the first fourteen (14) days of placement.
  • Tennova Health Care, in Lebanon, provides emergency hospital services. Smile Gallery provides dental services.
 
Programs
  • Academy Director oversees all programs at the facility. The facility has a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music, and Recreation Therapies and Education.
  • Youth receive groups daily, individual therapy weekly and as needed, and family therapy twice a month with birth and foster parents.
  • Treatment modality focuses on trauma-informed care along with anger reduction therapy and other evidence-based treatment modalities.
  • Academy has faith-based services offered through two local churches.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal and two (2) teachers, one of whom specializes in special education.
  • Youth attend school the same number of hours as regular Wilson County Schools.
  • Youth attend bi-weekly treatment team meetings that are facilitated by a licensed clinician.
  • A behavioral motivation system is used to help reward pro social behaviors and modify maladaptive behaviors.
  • Academy is required by contract to maintain a 1:5 ratio of staff to individuals, on first and second shifts and a 1:8 ratio on third shift.
  • Youth participate in TOPS (Teen Outreach Program), completing service learning projects that benefit the program and community.
  • Youth take part in volunteer work at the Cedar's of Lebanon State Park to help maintain park grounds; and the Wilson County Animal Shelter where youth feed, walk, groom, and care for animal hygiene needs.
  • Upon discharge, youth will continue to receive services for a period of time determined by the continuum contract with Omni Community Health.
  • Youth participate in a daily structured activity schedule which tracks the activities completed by youth each hour, excluding sleeping hours.
 
Living Areas
  • Academy has one living/multipurpose room, cafeteria, sensory room, outdoor recreation space and separate school building.
  • Youth are provided three (3) meals per day approved by a nutritionist and a snack. Special diets are provided as necessary.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/juvenile-justice/prea.html

 

http://www.youthopportunity.com/assets/CSI-Memphis_1.pngThe Center for Success & Independence is a 48-bed residential treatment center for boys, ages 13 to 18 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs in categories of Counseling, Education, Clinical and Medical services. Boys' length of stay is typically 7 to 9 months in which they participate in group therapy sessions along with their residential sessions.

Providing at-risk youth an opportunity to learn, through Directive Therapy, ways to interact with authority and peers in a pro-social manner as well as develop better coping skills through group, individual and family sessions in order to successfully reintegrate back into the community.

 

Location
  • 3030 Brunswick Road, Bartlett, Tennessee 38133.
  • Opened at its current location in 2008.
  • The Residential Treatment Center is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.

 

Contact
  • 901-531-1950

 

Size and Make-Up
  • Rated capacity is 48 beds.
  • Male Residential academy.
  • The academy serves adjudicated juveniles with mental health issues.

 

Intake
  • All referrals are from the Department of Children’s Services.
  • The average length of stay is 7-9 months.
  • Juveniles admitted to the facility are between the ages of 13-18 years old.
  • All of the youth are assessed and evaluated by a treatment team comprised of Direct Care Staff, Clinical Therapists, Teachers, Nursing Staff as well as a Recreational Specialist.

 

Medical
  • Medical staff includes: one (1) contract Psychiatrist, one (1) Charge RN and an assigned Primary Care Physician in the community.
  • Nursing Staff is available during waking hours.
  • Upon arrival, all youth are screened and after two (2) weeks receive an updated EPSD&T Medical and Dental evaluation if needed.
  • St. Francis Hospital-Bartlett is used for emergency hospital services. Cawthon Clinic (Health Department) is used for medical and dental services, as well as Digmon Dental as a secondary dental service provider. Numerous specialists in the community provide services as needed to the residents.

 

Programs
  • Academy Director oversees all programs at the facility. The academy has a vast array of programs that are divided into four (4) categories:  Counseling, Educational, Clinical and Medical services.
  • The academy has a staff member who volunteers as Chaplain for services if requested by residents.
  • Education Department is staffed by an Education Manager, four (4) full-time regular and/or Special Education Teachers, two (2) contract Special Education Teachers who monitor and oversee IDEA, TDOE and DCS Education compliance. There are also three (3) specialized educational tutors who assist the full-time teachers with electives and specialty courses.
  • There is a full-time Recreational Specialist on staff.
  • The school is approved as a Category 1-SP school as well as a DCS Education In-House School. Students attend school the same number of hours as all public school students, six and a half (6.5) hours per day.  All grades earned are transferable to the student's home school. HiSet preparation courses are also available.
  • Clinical Department is staffed by a Clinical Director and three (3) full-time Licensed Therapists who work in tandem with the DCS Family Social Worker.
  • The academy has one (1) compliance/quality assurance staff who reports directly to the Facility Director.
  • All departments participate in a bi-weekly treatment team meeting for each resident to review and update the treatment plan developed for each resident.  
  • Directive Therapy is used to modify behavior.
  • Academy is required by contract to maintain a 1:5 staff to resident ratio during waking hours and a 1:8 staff to resident ratio during sleeping hours. The facility has 39 direct care staff and 30 support staff.
  • Medical Department is staffed by an RN (Charge Nurse) and two (2) full-time LPNs who work Monday-Friday during waking hours. Three (3) part-time LPNs work during the waking hours each weekend.

 

Living Areas
  • Facility has two (2) units that house 24 residents each.
  • Each unit has a multi-purpose room available for groups, school, lounges, movies and dining.
  • There are six (6) resident rooms on each unit which house four (4) residents per room.
  • There is an outdoor recreational area with a basketball court.
  • Individuals are provided three (3) hot meals per day and a snack at night. Special and religious diets are provided as necessary.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/juvenile-justice/prea.html

 

The Center for Success & Independence is a 15-bed residential treatment center for girls, ages 12 to 17 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music & Recreation Therapies and Education. The program is based on community reintegration and engagement through service learning projects that involve direct, indirect, and civil service community activities.

 

Location
  • 4455 Benders Ferry Road, Mt Juliet, TN 37122
  • Opened at its current location in 2012.
  • The Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.

 

Contact
  • 615-649-9463

 

Size and Make-Up
  • The facility is contracted for 15 youth.
  • Females ages 12 through 17 receive treatment at the facility.
  • The facility serves both dependent/neglect and adjudicated youth who need intensive mental health treatment and services.

 

Intake
  • Intake referrals are reviewed for admission based on meeting criteria for the scope of services.
  • The average length of stay is 3-6 months.
  • All children are given an opportunity to make telephone calls and mail correspondence to persons approved by the Department of Children’s Services.
  • During the first 24 hours, the youth is assessment by therapists, nurses, and education staff and provided an orientation to their living dorms by youth counselors. The identified Mental Health personnel are on call 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week in the event of a Mental Health Emergency.

 

Medical
  • Medical staff includes Licensed Mental Health professionals, Therapist, Licensed Practical Nurses with contract Psychiatrist, Registered Nurses, and Capstone Medical Group.
  • The Medical Department is open sixteen (16) hours per day, 7 days per week.
  • Youth will be given a physical exam within the first fourteen (14) days of placement.
  • Tri Star Summit is used for emergency hospital services. Smile Gallery is used for dental services.

 

Programs
  • The Director oversees all programs at the facility. The facility has a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music, and Recreation Therapies, and Education.
  • Youth receive group therapy daily, individual therapy weekly and as needed and family therapy twice a month with birth and foster parents.
  • Treatment modalities focus on trauma-informed care, anger reduction therapy and other evidence-based treatment modalities.
  • The facility has faith based services offered through one of the local churches.
  • The Education Department is staffed by a Principal and two teachers, one of which specializes in special education.
  • Individuals attend school the same number of hours as regular Wilson County Schools.
  • Youth attend bi-weekly treatment team meetings that are facilitated by a licensed clinician.
  • A behavior motivation system is used to help reward pro-social behaviors and modify maladaptive behaviors.
  • The facility is required, by contract, to maintain a 1:5 ratio of staff to individuals, on first and second shift and a 1:8 ratio on third shift.
  • Youth participate in TOPS (Teen Outreach Program), completing service learning projects that benefit the program and community.
  • Youth also do volunteer work at Mt. Juliet Rehabilitation Center for assisted living patients. Youth make crafts with patients, assist with duties, and play games.
  • Upon discharge, youth will continue to receive services for a period of time determined by the continuum contract with Omni Community Health.

 

Living Areas
  • The facility has one living area, a multipurpose room, cafeteria, sensory rooms, outdoor recreation space and a separate school building.
  • Youth are provided with three (3) meals per day approved by a nutritionist and in addition to a snack. Special diets are provided as necessary.
  • Youth participate in a daily structured activity schedule which indicates what youth complete each hour, excluding sleeping hours.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/juvenile-justice/prea.htm

The Center for Success & Independence is a 56-bed residential treatment center for boys, ages 12 to 17 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs in categories of Counseling, Education, Clinical and Medical services for dependent or neglected and adjudicated youth who need intensive and sub-acute mental health treatment.

 

Location
  • 503 Cardiff Valley Road, Rockwood, TN 37854
  • Opened at its current location in 2014.
  • Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.

 

Contact
  • 865-245-6003

 

Size and Make-Up
  • The academy is contracted for 56 youth.
  • Males ages 12 through 17 receive treatment at the academy.
  • Academy serves both dependent/neglect and adjudicated youth who need intensive and sub-acute mental health treatment.

 

Intake
  • Intake referrals are reviewed for admission based on meeting criteria for the scope of services.
  • The average length of stay is 3-6 months for the intensive mental health units (36 beds) and 30-60 days for the sub acute psychiatric residential treatment center (20 beds).
  • All youth are given an opportunity to make telephone calls and mail correspondence to persons approved by the Department of Children’s Services.
  • During the first 24 hours the youth is assessed by therapists, nurses and education staff and provided an orientation to their living dorms by youth counselors. The identified Mental Health personnel are on call 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week in the event of a Mental Health Emergency.

 

Medical
  • Medical staff includes Clinical Psychologist, Licensed Social Worker, Therapist, Registered Nurses, and Licensed Practical Nurses with contract Psychiatrist, Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioners.
  • Medical Department is open sixteen (16) hours per day, seven (7) days per week.
  • Youth are given a physical exam within the first fourteen (14) days of placement.
  • Roane Medical Center is used for emergency hospital services. Roane County Health Department is used for dental services.

 

Programs
  • Academy Director oversees all programs at the facility. The academy has a vast array of programs that focus on Mental Health Treatment, Art, Music, and Recreation Therapies and Education.
  • Youth receive groups daily, individual therapy weekly and as needed, and family therapy twice a month with birth and foster parents.
  • Treatment modality focuses on trauma-informed care along with more intense and specialized treatment for the sub acute unit.
  • Academy has faith-based services offered through a local church.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal, two (2) full-time regular education teachers, two (2) full-time special education teachers and two (2) teacher’s aides.
  • Youth attend school the same number of hours as regular Roane County Schools.
  • Youth attend bi-weekly treatment team meetings that are facilitated by a licensed clinician.
  • A behavioral motivation system is used to help reward pro social behaviors and modify maladaptive behaviors.
  • Academy is required by contract to maintain a 1:5 ratio of staff to individuals, on first and second shifts and a 1:8 ratio on third shift.
  • Youth participate in TOPS (Teen Outreach Program), completing service learning projects that benefit the program and community.
  • Youth do volunteer work for Rockwood Police Department’s Animal Shelter by feeding, walking, grooming, and caring for animal hygiene needs.
  • Upon discharge, youth will continue to receive services for a period of time determined by the continuum contract with Omni Community Health.
  • Youth participate in a daily structured activity schedule which tracks the activities completed by youth each hour, excluding sleeping hours.

 

Living Areas
  • Academy has three (3) living areas, multipurpose rooms, visitation rooms, sensory rooms, outdoor recreation space and a gym.
  • Youth are provided three (3) meals per day approved by a nutritionist and a snack. Special diets are provided as necessary.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/juvenile-justice/prea.html

 

The Center for Success & Independence is a residential treatment and outpatient program for adolescents ages 12 to 17 whose psychological and emotional disorders, substance abuse and/or history of trauma have impaired their behavioral functioning and adversely impacted their everyday home, school and community environments. The residential program is a 44-bed program where the average length of stay is 6 to 9 months, depending on the youth’s needs. The outpatient program accepts up to 30 adolescents with an average program length of 8 weeks.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: http://www.tjjd.texas.gov/programs/prea.aspx

Website: http://tcsi.org/

The Center for Success and Independence at Rockdale Academy is a 65-bed pre- and post-adjudicated facility. The program provides services to both male and female youth between the ages of 10-17. Intensive Offender Treatment Programs address issues unique to adolescent adjudicated for mental health, substance abuse and sexually natured offenses. Family Therapy, Life Skills, Educational Resources, and a wide variety of individualized programs are also offered.

 

Location

  • 696 N. FM 487, Rockdale, Texas 76567
  • Opened at its current location in 2018
  • Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.

 

Contact

  • Phone 512-446-3930
  • Fax 512-446-3694

 

Size and Make-Up

  • Rated capacity is 65 beds, contracted for male and female youth
  • Make-up of the beds is as follows: 13 Mental Health Overlay(MHOS)/Conduct Offender Services (COS); 12 Substance Abuse Overlay Services (SAOS) and 12 Sex Offender Treatment Services (SOTS); 12 Female Youth (F), 12 Youthful Offenders (YO)
  • Secure Residential facility is 32,000 square feet.

 

Intake

  • Average length of stay is 6-9 months.
  • Each youth receives an intake call to the parent/guardian.
  • Intake process covers a myriad of topics but notably the youth’s rights, grievance process, and review of the youth handbook.

 

Medical

  • Medical staff includes: Two (2) Licensed Vocational Nurses and one (1) Medication Aide; One (1) contracted RN, one (1) contracted Medical Doctor, and an agreement for Telepsychiatry services.
  • Medical Department operates 7 days a week. The medical staff is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

Programs

  • Facility Administrator oversees all programs at the facility.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal, a Registrar, four (5) full-time Certified Teachers, one (1) Special Education Services Coordinator, and three (3) Instructional Aides.
  • Education Department is operated by the J.H.W. Inspire Academy.
  • All youth enrolled in school attend school for 300 minutes a day of insturction. All grades are transferable to their home schools.
  • Youth have the option to complete school while in the program.
  • General Educational Development (GED) test preparation courses are also available.
  • Clinical Department is staff by two (2) full-time Ph.D. psychologist and four (4) doctoral interns. Each psychologist is also an LSOTP.
  • Case-Management Department is staffed by two (2) full-time Case Managers.
  • Youth attend a Formal Treatment Team meeting at least once a month and an Informal Meeting once a month to discuss their progress and goals in which the youth, parent, Juvenile Probation Officer, Case Manager, Therapist, Nurse, Clinical Director and Support Staff are present.
  • A Behavior Management System is utilized to modify behavior.
  • Academy is required to maintain a 1:12 ratio of staff to youth and 1:8 facility wide. The ratio is 1:24 during third shift.
  • Academy employs thirty (30) Direct Care staff, one (1) Lead Youth Care Worker/Unit Manager, five (5) Shift Supervisors, four (4) full-time Case Managers, one (1) Clinical Director, one (1) Psychology Director of Training, and four (4) Masters-level Therapists.

 

Living Areas

  • Academy has five (4) SOHU housing units each with a common area; and one (1) MOHU with a large recreational day room.
  • Academy has a gymnasium
  • Youth are provided with three (3) meals per day and a snack.
  • Various special diets are provided as necessary.
  • Youth earn additional privileges including trips to the Academy Point Store.
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Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: http://www.tjjd.texas.gov/programs/prea.aspx

Kissimmee Youth Academy is a 62-bed residential facility for high-risk males, ages 14 to 21, who are in the custody of the State of Florida’s Department of Juvenile Justice. The secure program provides mental health, substance abuse, and delinquency intervention programming for youth. Programming also includes social and life skills, vocational training, and on-site education. Length of stay depends on the youth's assessed risk to reoffend and the progress the youth has made in the program toward reducing their criminogenic needs and risk factors.

Changing the lives of at risk youth, assisting in recognizing their true potential and empowering them to become the leaders of tomorrow.

 

Location
  • 2330 New Beginnings Rd, Kissimmee, Florida 34744
  • Opened at its current location in 2000.
  • Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.

 

Contact
  • phone 407-350-4900, fax 407-201-2561

 

Size and Make-Up
  • Rated capacity is 100 beds, contracted for 62 youth males.
  • Make-up of the beds is as follows: 15 Mental Health Overlay Services (MHOS); 15 Substance Abuse Overlay Services (SAOS) and 32 Borderline Developmentally Delayed (BDD)/Developmentally Delayed (DD) youth.
  • Secure Residential facility is 37,676 square feet.

 

Intake
  • Average length of stay is 9-12 months.
  • Each youth receives an intake call to the parent/guardian.
  • During the first 24 hours, a thorough intake is completed which the youth is seen by a Registered Nurse, Case Manager, Licensed Mental Health Professional, a Living Unit Representative and the Facility Administrator and/or Assistant Facility Administrator.
  • Intake process covers a myriad of topics but notably the youth’s rights, grievance process, review of the youth handbook and developing a Safety Plan.
  • Additionally, as a part of the intake process, youth participates in a classification meeting with the aforementioned staff as well as the youth’s parent.  During this time, all pertinent alerts (medical, mental health, safety and security) are addressed to determine appropriate placement on the units.

 

Medical
  • Medical staff includes: three (3) RNs, one (1) contracted Medical Doctor and a contracted Psychiatrist.
  • Medical Department operates 7 days a week. The medical staff is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Upon arrival, all youth are screened by the medical staff for medical and dental problems. Osceola Regional Medical Center is used for all off-site medical treatment at Kissimmee Youth Academy.

 

Programs
  • Academy Administrator oversees all programs at the facility.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal, a Lead Teacher, four (4) full-time Regular Education Teachers, three (3) Teacher’s Aides and a Guidance Counselor.
  • Education Department is operated by the Osceola County School Board.
  • All youth enrolled in school attend school for 300 minutes a day. All grades are transferable to their home schools.
  • Youth have the option to complete school while in the program.
  • General Educational Development (GED) test preparation courses are also available.
  • Case-Management Department is staffed by four (4) full-time Case Managers and two (2) Transitional Case Managers five (5) days per week.
  • Youth attend a Formal Treatment Team meeting at least once a month and an Informal Meeting once a month to discuss their progress and goals in which the youth, parent, Juvenile Probation Officer, Case Manager, Therapist, Nurse, Clinical Director and Support Staff are present.
  • A Behavior Management System is utilized to modify behavior.
  • Academy is required to maintain a 1:8 ratio of staff to youth for the MHOS and SAOS youth and 1:6 for the BDD/DD youth.  The ratio is 1:10 during third shift.
  • Academy employs 40 (forty) Direct Care staff, two (2) Unit Managers, six (6) Shift Supervisors, four (4) full-time Case Managers, four (4) Master Control Technicians, one (1) Clinical Director, one (1) Assistant Clinical Director, five (5) Masters-level Therapists and one (1) Recreational Therapist.

 

Living Areas
  • Academy has two (2) multi-purpose areas that are utilized activities meetings, recreational purposes.
  • Youth are provided with three (3) meals per day and a snack.
  • Various special diets are provided as necessary.
  • Youth earn the right to enjoy activities in a game room which they helped to create.
  • Youth are separated by individual units with are limited to sixteen (16) youth on a unit at one time.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: http://www.djj.state.fl.us/partners/prison-rape-elimination-act-(prea)

 

DCJDC is a 32-bed maximum-security detention center that also serves as the intake and assessment center for all youth taken into custody in the Nashville Metropolitan area. We perform the intake assessment and placement services for the 400+ youth taken into custody each month. DCJDC also accepts placement of all youthful offenders being held in the adult jail pending adjudication of their adult criminal charges.

Promoting the positive potential of all youth, restoring hope through the provision of innovative quality programming, engaging families and community, and leading the way to future success.

 

Location
  • 100 Woodland Street, Nashville, TN
  • Opened at its current location in 1994.
  • Academy is operated by Youth Opportunity Investments.

 

Contact
  • 615-862-8066

 

Size and Make-Up
  • Rated capacity is 86 beds, contracted for 32 youth.
  • Both males and females are housed in the academy.
  • Academy serves both pre-adjudicated and adjudicated individuals awaiting trial or transfer to another facility.

 

Intake
  • Approximately 400 juveniles are booked at the academy monthly. Of those, approximately 130 are detained.
  • The average length of stay is 3-5 days.
  • Juveniles who have been committed to the adult system remain at Davidson Detention Center until eighteen (18) years of age.
  • All youth detained are given an opportunity to make telephone calls.
  • During the first 24 hours the youth is seen by a Nurse, Case Manager, Teacher’s Aid and the Academy Chaplain. Contracted Mental Health staff are available in the event of a Mental Health Crisis. The identified Mental Health personnel is on call 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week in the event of a Mental Health Emergency.

 

Medical
  • Medical staff includes Physician, contract Licensed Clinical Counselor, contract Psychiatrist, Nursing Supervisor, RNs and LPNs.
  • Medical Department is open sixteen (16) hours per day, seven (7) days per week.
  • Upon arrival, all detainable juveniles are screened by the medical staff for medical and dental problems. Detainees who will remain for a longer period of time will be given a physical exam within the first fourteen (14) days of detention.
  • Nashville General Hospital is used for emergency hospital services. Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center is used for dental services. Lentz Health is used for treating STDs.

 

Programs
  • Academy Facility Director oversees all programs at the facility. The academy has a vast array of programs that are broken down into three (3) categories: Education, Case Management and Religious Services.
  • Academy has a full-time Chaplain who is assigned to the academy by one of the local churches.
  • Education Department is staffed by a Principal, three (3) full-time regular education teachers, one (1) full-time special education teacher and two (2) teacher’s aides. One (1) of the three (3) regular teachers also serves as the facility’s recreation specialist.
  • Individuals attend school the same number of hours as regular Metro Nashville Schools, (six (6) hours per day). All grades received in detention are transferable to Metro Nashville Schools. GED preparation courses are also available. The Detention Center School is an approved school through the Tennessee State Board of Education.
  • Case-Management Department is staffed by two (2) full-time case-managers seven (7) days per week.
  • Academy has one (1) facility accreditation coordinator who reports directly to the Academy Administrator.
  • Program staff conducts bi-weekly long-term assessment meetings for individuals who have been housed at the facility for ten (10) days or more.
  • A Behavioral Point System is utilized to modify behavior.
  • Academy is required by contract to maintain a 1:8 ratio of staff to individuals, on first and second shift and a 1:16 ratio on third shift. The facility has 79 direct care staff and 29 support staff.

 

Living Areas
  • Academy has four (4) living areas.
  • Individuals are provided with three (3) hot meals per day and are given a snack at night.
  • Special and religious diets are provided as necessary.

 

Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that supports the elimination, reduction, and prevention of sexual abuse in adult and juvenile facilities as well as community corrections programs.

Pursuant to PREA, the National Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to Prison Rape became law on August 20, 2012.

All Youth Opportunity programs have zero tolerance policies concerning any form of conduct that meets the definition of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. This includes not being subjected to sexually assaultive, abusive, and/or harassing behavior from staff, vendors, volunteers, interns and other residents.

To access additional PREA information and the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link: https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/juvenile-justice/prea.html

 

Muskegon River Pathway of Hope, LLC (MRPOH) is a 15-bed residential all girls home for low to medium risk girls ages 10 to 17.  The program emphasizes a focus on advocating, restoring and enhancing strong and healthy family relationships, developing self confidence and self-esteem, respect for oneself and others, and increasing the girls’ resiliency and decreasing risks of further or deeper challenges.

Website: http://www.muskegonriverpathwayofhope.com/index.html

Muskegon River Youth Home is a 98-bed residential treatment and secure detention campus. The goal of MRYH is to provide intervention services to at-risk youth by using a positive behavior modification approach. MRYH provides specialized treatment programs to males and females ages 10 – 17.  Treatment specializations include substance abuse, highly aggressive/violent behaviors, youth with sexually maladaptive behaviors, and co-occurring disorders.

Website: http://www.mryh.org/

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