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The Pinellas Regional Juvenile Detention Center is a 96 bed, hardware secure facility that serves youth detained by various circuit court(s). Youth are detained pending adjudication, disposition or placement in commitment facility.
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PACE Center for Girls is a nationally recognized 501(c)3 day program offering year round counseling, academic and life skills services for girls ages 12-17 who are at-risk of entering the juvenile justice system, failing or...
Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services (CINS/FINS) programs provide temporary shelter care and crisis counseling services for runaways, ungovernable, troubled and/or habitually truant youth (ages 10-17) and their families. The in...
FLYCA is a 17 1/2 month voluntary program geared toward Florida's 16 to 18 year old at-risk youth. The 5 1/2 month residential phase of the program takes place in a highly disciplined and motivational environment promoting structure and academics...
An after-school diversionary program serving males and females, ages 11-14 with severe behavior disorders who are at risk of receiving a school-related delinquency referral. The program is targeted to serve 60 youth and...
Britt Halfway House is non-secure residential treatment program that provides mental health services, residential substance abuse treatment and medical services for boys, ages 14 to 18. Youth receive individual, group and family counseling with...
The Gulf Academy is a hardware secure, moderate-risk, 29-bed residential and intensive mental health program for male juvenile offenders. The program employs cognitive-behavioral treatment and evidence-based programs where youth receive intensive...
The Lake Academy program is a moderate-risk, 48-bed program for females between the ages of 12–19 which provides intensive mental health treatment services to youth with a DSM-IV Axis I or II mental disorder who demonstrate serious to severe sy...
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