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Abraxas Youth Center - Franklin/Fulton County

State Juvenile

Last Updated: April 17, 2022
Address
10058 South Mountain Road Building # 3, South Mountain, PA 17261
Beds
18
County
Franklin
Phone
800-560-7731
Fax
717-749-3229
Email
info@abraxasyfs.com
Mailing Address
PO Box 334, South Mountain, PA 17261

Abraxas Youth Center - Franklin/Fulton County is for State Juvenile offenders sentenced up to twelve months.

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Abraxas Youth Center - Franklin/Fulton County basic information to help guide you through what you can do for your inmate while they are incarcerated. The facility's direct contact number: 800-560-7731

Abraxas Youth Center is composed of three distinct youth care programs housed in one facility. An eighteen bed short-term, non-secure residential care unit for dependent and alleged or adjudicated delinquent youth. An eighteen bed, secure detention unit for alleged or adjudicated youth. A thirty-six bed, secure residential treatment unit providing services to adjudicated juvenile male fire setters. Also provides life skills, goal setting, cognitive behavioral programs, 52-week group curriculum with counseling seven nights a week. Also available: family counseling, psychiatric consultation, discharge and continuing care planning.

Area(s) Served:
Franklin, Fulton

Target Group:
General Public; Low Income; Children ages 12-18

Fees:
Fixed Fee

Accepted Payment:
Private insurance; Medical Assistance; Self-Pay

Located on the grounds of the South Mountain Restoration Center in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, the Abraxas Youth Center is a multi-service residential facility. Nationally recognized as a leading provider of secure juvenile fire-setter treatment, the program also specializes in secure sexual offender treatment and secure habitual offender treatment. We also offer both secure detention and shelter care services.

The secure environment of our treatment programs emphasizes safety, structure and accountability in a high-respect culture. The program serves delinquent male youth ages 12 to 18 in the secure unit and male and female youth ages 10 to 18 in the detention and shelter units.

Additional Services

  • On-site private, licensed school accredited through the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
  • ART (Aggression Replacement Training) provided to all youth
  • Substance abuse education and prevention
  • Career and technical education
  • Career oriented enrichment program
  • All residents in the secure programs are required to complete a BARJ Project prior to program completion
  • Restitution and community service opportunities
  • Residential diagnostic evaluations specifically to examine fire setting risk and appropriate treatment interventions
  • Transportation services available

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