Juvenile Rehabilitation

This page has been moved to the Department of Children Youth and Families

Services for Juvenile Rehabilitation, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Child Care Subsidy Programs, including Working Connections Child Care, have moved to the Department of Children Youth and Families at www.dcyf.wa.gov/. The information on this page is no longer considered current. Thank you.

What We Do

Juvenile Rehabilitation (JR) serves Washington State's highest-risk youth. The youth we serve are committed to JR custody by the county juvenile courts. The juvenile courts follow prescribed sentencing guidelines to determine which youth will be committed to JR. These youth typically have committed many lower-level offenses or have committed a serious crime. JR provides residential treatment in secure facilities and community facilities, and supervises youth receiving parole aftercare services.

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Contacting Juvenile Rehabilitation




Report suspected sexual abuse and harassment by calling the DSHS End Harm hotline.

Phone Number 1-866-END-HARM