Institutions

The Division of Institution Programs oversees two institutions, one youth camp and one basic training camp. Upon placement at one of these residential facilities, youth are assessed to create the best treatment plan based on their specific needs. At the core of JRA's treatment program is the evidence-based Integrated Treatment Model. Youth are taught behavioral skills and given tools to help them change their behavior, thoughts, emotions and reactions to daily situations and challenges. They learn to handle and tolerate distress, solve problems and manage their anger. Institutions also provide academic and vocational programs, health care and mental health services.

Phone Numbers: Juvenile Rehabilitation Telephone Directory


Echo Glen Children's Center

Echo Glen Children’s Center in Snoqualmie is a medium/maximum security facility that is not fenced, but bordered by natural wetlands.  It provides treatment services for younger male offenders and is the only institution for female offenders.  Echo Glen provides educational services for a wide range of youth with varying needs.  It provides dialectical behavior therapy, anger replacement training, cultural programming, sex offense specific and inpatient chemical dependency treatment. Echo Glen offers gender specific programming for female offenders.  It is also known for its Canine Connection program which allows youth to train future service animals.  Female youthful offenders sentenced by the Department of Corrections also reside at Echo Glen.

Picture of group walking outside at Echo Glen Children's Center

Don Mead, Superintendent
33010 S.E. 99th Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Phone Numbers:
(425) 831-2500 -or-  (206) 624-6514 (Reception)
(425) 831-2720 (Fax)

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Green Hill School

Green Hill School in Chehalis is a medium/maximum security fenced facility that provides older, male offenders education and vocational training. Educational options include high school diploma, general equivalency diploma (GED), and pre-college courses. Vocational programs include computer technology, light machine fabrication, vehicle maintenance, landscaping, welding and the Juvenile Vocational Industries Program or “JVIP”. Green Hill School provides dialectical behavior therapy, anger replacement training, cultural programming, sex offense specific and intensive outpatient chemical dependency treatment. Male youthful offenders sentenced by the Department of Corrections also reside at Green Hill School.

Picture of Youth Welding at Green Hill School

Jennifer Redman, Acting Superintendent
375 S.W. 11th Street
Chehalis, WA 98532

Phone Numbers:
(360) 740-3400  (Reception)
(360) 748-0131  (Phone Tree)
(360) 740-3439  (Fax)

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Naselle Youth Camp

Naselle Youth Camp in Naselle is a medium security facility that is not fenced. It provides educational and treatment services for male offenders. Educational options include high school diploma and general equivalency diploma (GED). Treatment services include dialectical behavior therapy, anger replacement training, cultural programming, sex offense specific and outpatient chemical dependency treatment. Naselle, in collaboration with the Department of Natural Resources, offers a forestry work program and in collaboration with the Department of Fish and Wildlife an aquaculture program. Youth involved in the forestry program assist with fighting fires during the height of firefighting season.

Picture of Naselle Youth Camp

Pat Escamilla, Superintendent
Naselle Youth Camp
11 Youth Camp Drive
Naselle, WA 98638

Phone Numbers:
(360) 484-3223 (Reception)
(360) 484-7167 (Fax)

Moolock Lodge: (360) 484-3239

Harbor Lodge: (360) 484-3267

Mariner Lodge: (360) 484-3238

School: (360) 484-3269

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