JJS Custody Programs
The goal of JJS Custody Programs is to move youth progressively to less structured placements, as determined by youth behavior, until the youth can be safely returned home and released from JJS custody.
JJS Custody Programs are primarily provided to two groups of youth:
To learn more about our community programs, click below.
Community Transitional Programs serve youth who have left secure facilities and need more services to transition back to the community. These programs have a high level of supervision to ensure community safety. Youth in these programs learn to be self-sufficient by participating in:
- Life skills training (e.g., meal planning, grocery shopping, cooking laundry)
- Community service activities
- Recreational activities
- Job training