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Marion Juvenile Correctional Facility
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/paul-mcintyre mjcf 10420 NW Gainesville Road FL 34482-1446 (352) 840-8240 (352) 840-8256 keenan.bullard@youthservices.com 42, Ages 14-19 Youth Services International, Inc. http://www.ysii.com/ High-Risk /facilities/restrictiveness-levels#High
5 Ocala Keenan Bullard Facility Administrator
Marion Juvenile Correctional Facility is a hardware-secure residential commitment program for high-risk adolescent males. This 42-bed program is operated by Youth Services International, Inc., to provide Mental Health Overlay Services (MHOS) and Substance Abuse Overlay Services (SAOS). The program provides a safety-based and culturally sensitive therapeutic community that reflects Restorative Justice philosophies, principals, and practices as adopted by the Department.  All required clothing and footwear is provided. Estimated length of stay is 9 to 12 months.

Marion Juvenile Correctional Facility (school number 429721) is a Type 2 program offering English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and one elective course. The elective course is typically used to provide additional reading assistance to needy students or vocational training.

Education and vocational services are provided through the Marion County School District. Vocational opportunities include: Masonry Project, Habitat for Humanity, Food Handlers and Florida Ready to Work. The program also provides vocational training through the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) and the Junior Achievement Program.

This program serves as a GED test site.

Take I-95 North to I-10 West on US 301. Travel approximately 35 miles and turn right on SR 328. Go to Stop Light and turn right onto CR 25A. Travel 2.5 miles and turn left at the MJCF sign. Marion