Partners and Providers

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 The information on this page is no longer considered current. Thank you.

Juvenile Rehabilitation partners with treatment providers and community organizations to provide treatment and aftercare services for many of our youth.

Chestnut Health Systems
Lighthouse Institute
Evidence Based Treatment Center (EBTx)

Program: Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach/Assertive Continuing Care (ACRA-ACC)

Click to view the ACRA-ACC Program Summary.

Click to visit the EBTx website.

University of Washington School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Program: Family Integrated Transitions (MST-FIT)

Principal Investigator: Eric Trupin, Ph.D., FIT Developer

​Click to view the FIT Program Summary.

Click to visit the MST-FIT website.

Functional Family Therapy

Programs: Functional Family Therapy (FFT) and Functional Family Parole (FFP)

Click to view the FFT Program Summary.

Click to view the FFP Program Summary.

Click to visit the FFT LLC website.

Matrix Institute on Addiction

Program: Matrix Model Substance Abuse Treatment

Click to view the Matrix Model Program Summary.

Click to visit the Matrix Institute website.

Pacific Mountain Workforce Development (PacMtn)

Program: My-JOB

Click to visit the PacMtn website.  Click to visit PacMtn's My-JOB website.

Pioneer Human Services

Programs: Reentry Skills Center and the Manufacturing Academy

Click to visit the Pioneer Human Services website.

Team Child

Program: Legal Services for Youth

Click to visit the Team Child website.

Washington State Center for Court Research: Juvenile Courts

Washington State Aggression Replacement Training (WSART)

Click to visit Washington Courts website.

Washington Tribes

Juvenile Rehabilitation (JR) has continued to actively maintain strong partnerships at the state and local levels with Federally Recognized Tribes and Recognized American Indian Organizations (RAIOs). The collaborative efforts continue to ensure American Indians and Alaska Natives; including youth of disabilities receive the services they need to support their individualized rehabilitation planned programs, independence and inclusion in today’s workforce.  < Read More...>

Click to visit Washington Tribes website