Juvenile Rehabilitation - Dept of Social and Health Services
RCW 13.06, 13.24, 13.40, 13.80, 28A.190, 72.05, 72.16, 72.19, 72.20
The Juvenile Rehabilitation program of the Rehabilitation Administration (RA) provides a continuum of preventive, rehabilitative, and transitional/reentry programs in residential and community settings to: improve the safety and health status of individuals, families, and communities; hold juvenile offenders accountable for their crimes; assist youth in reaching their potential; and reduce criminal behavior of youth. Services for youth are provided in collaboration with communities and through the Juvenile Rehabilitation Integrated Treatment Model (ITM). JR’s ITM is a research based treatment approach that utilizes cognitive behavioral and family therapy principles tailored for use in both residential and parole programs in the JR continuum of care while promoting adolescent skill development through educational and vocational opportunities. The Juvenile Rehabilitation program is moved to the Department of Children, Youth and Families as of July 1, 2019.
To transform lives by creating pathways to self sufficiency through effective rehabilitation services and meaningful partnerships.
|Net change from current biennium|
|Percent change from current biennium|
Program Level Summary
|General Fund - Federal||1,201,817|
|General Fund - Private/Local||345,434|
|General Fund - State||92,761,932|
|Washington Auto Theft Prevention Authority Account - State||98,000|
|Pension Funding Stabilization Account - State||4,181,000|
|State Agency Office Relocation Pool Account - Nonappropriated||47,001|
Operating Budget: Change from Preceding Biennium
|2018-19 Actual||2019-20 Estimated||2020-21 Estimated||2021-22 Proposed||2022-23 Proposed|
|FTE Staff Years||809.3|