Woodland Hills: Juvenile Justice Services
When an adolescent is acting out, it is sometimes easier to focus actions, instead of the why.
For decades, we have been known as a leader in the field of juvenile rehabilitation and helping youth redirect their path to a successful future. Today, we use trauma informed practices to meet the needs of youth through residential program options designed for boys and girls ages 12–18 (up through age 21 under Extended Juvenile Jurisdiction).
HOW TO ENROLL
WOODLAND HILLS: JUVENILE JUSTICE SERVICES
The enrollment process can begin one of two ways:
- You can also complete our Juvenile Justice Referral Form.
Note: Please provide assessment reports, social history, disposition report and discharge reports from previous placements. (Youth referred need to be peer-oriented, function above the 80 IQ range, be able to understand “cause and effect” relationships and be physically able to participate in work and recreational programming.)
Prior to placement, a complete admissions/intake packet should be sent to our admissions office. The packet contains program information and consent forms for parent(s)/legal guardians and placing worker.
Openings in our programs change often.
- Current Juvenile Justice program openings status can be found at juvenile justice/program openings.
Youth attending our residential or day programs receive a full day of education in small classroom settings at our off-campus school. Students follow Independent School District (ISD) 709 curriculum and receive instruction from ISD 709 special education certified instructors. Coursework is tailored to individual need and achievement level using Individual Education Plans where applicable.
- Core subjects are taught and students also enjoy physical education and career exploration
- Title One services are available in the areas of math and language arts
- Students have the option of credit recovery
- A six-week summer school session follows the traditional school year calendar