Information for Parents
Visitation for youth is limited to parents or guardians whose rights have
not been terminated. Visitation will be denied to parents/ guardians
if the court record/ social file contains documentation that visitation is
detrimental to the youth. Only two people ages 21 and over may visit.
See below for visitation schedule:
1st Registration Period: 4:10pm to 4:20pm
1st Visitation Period: 4:20pm to 4:50pm
2nd Registration Period: 4:50pm to 5:00pm
2nd Visitation Period: 5:00pm to 5:30pm
Saturday and Sunday Schedule
1st Registration Period: 1:00pm to 1:15pm
1st Visitation Period: 1:15pm to 1:45pm
2nd Registration Period: 1:45pm to 2:00pm
2nd Visitation Period: 2:00pm to 2:30pm
*For more information including visitation rules, search procedures, registration, and mail policy, please click the link below.
Youth and Parent/ Guardian Visitation Rules and Regulations
Daily Programming and Residential
Youth are involved in structured programs and daily living activities throughout their non-sleeping hours. The daily schedule includes chores, school, meals, personal hygiene, physical recreation, life skills modules, decision-making training, and positive leisure activities. Trained staff supervise and facilitate all activities with youth. We include through other partnerships additional expertise on youth-related topics. Some of our partners include, MSU Extension, Planned Parenthood, U of M Project Community, U of M Street Law, and others.
Rational Behavior Training (RBT)
Training is a way of looking at how you react to
situations and what happens after that. The way you see a situation
leads you to certain feelings, and these feelings lead to
certain actions. The 36 page handbook listed below is a way for the
youth to identify how they feel after certain situations and shows them how
to have more controlled responses. For more information on the
RBT program click here.
The school program is a year-round, on site, fully accredited educational program staffed by the Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD). Classes include core academics following the Michigan curriculum guidelines, physical education, and academic work geared to each youths specific learning needs. The program also offers GED study if it is appropriate for an individual student. All teachers are special education certified and there is a full-time WISD school social worker on site. Youth may earn high school credits while attending the school program and those credits fully transfer back to the youths home school.