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1338 SW Old Clifton Road  Port Orchard, WA
Phone:(360)337-5401 * Fax:(360)337-5404
 
 
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Olympic Educational Service District 114
Detention School & Treatment Programs

Detention School Program

Adolescent Case Management

Youth Recovery Program (YRP)


 Detention School Program

The Kitsap Detention School is located within the Juvenile Detention Center. The school program is funded by OSPI for 220 school days providing the students the opportunity to continue their education while incarcerated.

The school day consists of 5 class periods; Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science and Physical Education. In addition, the students have the opportunity to participate in other subjects such as Art, Health, Life/Social Skills, and Career/Vocational Exploration. GED preparation classes, Post GED classes and Remedial Reading classes are available to selected students. The opportunity to work on residence school assignments is granted to students attending school prior to their detainment. There is a computer lab as well as a library that is available to supervised students during designated times within the school day.
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Adolescent Case Management

The purpose of Adolescent Case Management is to improve the treatment outcomes for youth who are in need of or who are currently using chemical dependency treatment services. A case manager is assigned to work with youth who have difficulty in entering treatment, staying in treatment and moving between modality stages of treatment services. Youth must be involved with one or more of the following systems: Department of Child and Family Services, Juvenile Justice, and Mental health.
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Youth Recovery Program (YRP)

The Youth Recovery Program (YRP) provides comprehensive out-patient treatment through which clients start exploring and resolving their drug and/or alcohol issues. The therapeutic program takes place in a structured, monitored, and supportive environment. YRP helps participants and their families develop healthy attitudes and behaviors that are essential for long-term recovery from alcoholism and chemical dependency.

YRP has 2 fundamental goals. First, to enable our clients to gain insight into the negative effects their substance abuse is having in their lives. Second, to assist our clients in attaining workable, positive alternatives to substance use that they can integrate into their lives. Through individual and family counseling, group and multi-family therapy, chemical dependency evaluation and the Seven Challenges workbook, our clients and their families learn to seek positive alternatives to substance abuse.
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