Youth Opportunity Investments owns and operates facilities in Michigan, Indiana, Florida, Texas and Tennessee.  In addition, the company has agreements with various agencies in Ohio providing programs and services in YOI owned facilities.

Within the variety of residential centers we own or manage are programs and specializations created for specific populations of youth - male, female, certain age groups, substance abusing, particular mental health diagnosis, certain offense types, and low, medium or high risk youth.  As well, the level of security maintained in a facility is also determined by risk levels and need of the youth population in treatment.   

The path a youth has experienced that leads to being referred to one of our facilities also varies given the different ways youth in need experience crises and encounter problems.  Youth can be committed to a facility program through the courts and the juvenile justice system, the child welfare system, or by parents.  The intensivity of needs, severity of offenses, and referral sources all are factors that will determine a youth's length of stay.    

DCJDC is a 32-bed, maximum security detention center which also serves as the intake and assessment center for all youth taken into custody in the Nashville Metropolitan area.  YOI provides all management and operational services for the facility including facility management, direct care and case management staffing, treatment programs, educational services, medical and behavior health services, as well as the intake, assessment and placement services the 400+ youth each month taken into custody.  DCJDC also accepts placement of all youthful offenders being held in the adult jail to be housed at the juvenile detention center pending adjudication of their adult criminal charges.

The Center for Success and Independence (TCSI) - Houston is a residential treatment and outpatient program in Houston, Texas for adolescents ages 12 to 17 whose psychological and emotional disorders, substance abuse and/or history of trauma have impaired their behavioral functioning and adversely impacted their everyday home, school and community environments.

The residential program is a 44 bed program where the average length of stay in 6 to 9 months depending on the youth's needs.  The outpatient program accepts up to 30 adolescents with an average program length of 8 weeks.

Broward Youth Treatment Center has zero tolerance for any acts of sexual abuse, assault, misconduct, or harassment. Sexual activity between staff and juveniles, volunteers or contract personnel and juveniles, and juvenile and juvenile, regardless of consensual status, is prohibited and subject to administrative and criminal disciplinary sanctions.

To access the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link http://www.djj.state.fl.us/partners/prison-rape-elimination-act-(prea) 

  

Broward Youth Treatment Facility is a 40 bed non-secure residential program for boys ages 13 to 18 years old. The program provides individualized mental health and substance abuse services using a trauma-focused approach. Boys' length of stay is typically 6 to 9 months in which they participate in group therapy sessions along with their individual sessions, anger management curriculum, victim awareness, social and living skills, and restorative justice programming. 

Kissimmee Youth Academy has zero tolerance for any acts of sexual abuse, assault, misconduct, or harassment. Sexual activity between staff and juveniles, volunteers or contract personnel and juveniles, and juvenile and juvenile, regardless of consensual status, is prohibited and subject to administrative and criminal disciplinary sanctions.

 

To access the Facility’s Annual Report please click on the following link http://www.djj.state.fl.us/partners/prison-rape-elimination-act-(prea)

 

Kissimmee Youth Academy is a 62-bed residential facility for high-risk males ages 14 to 21, in the custody of the State of Florida's Department of Juvenile Justice.  The secure program provides mental health, substance abuse, and delinquency intervention programming for youth. Programming also includes social and life skills, vocational training, and on-site education. Length of stay depends on the youth's assessed risk to reoffend and the progress the youth has made in the program toward reducing their criminogenic needs and risk factors.

          Muskegon River Pathway of Hope

Muskegon River Pathway of Hope, LLC (MRPOH) is a 15 bed residential all girls home for low to medium risk girls ages 10 to 17.  The program emphasizes a focus on advocating, restoring and enhancing strong and healthy family relationships, developing self confidence and self-esteem, respect for oneself and others, and increasing the girls' resiliency and decreasing risks of further or deeper challenges.  

 

          Muskegon River Youth Home Michigan

Muskegon River Youth Home, Inc. is a 98 bed residential treatment and secure detention campus. The goal of MRYH is to provide intervention services to at-risk youth by using a positive behavior modification approach. MRYH provides specialized treatment programs to males and females ages 10 – 17.  Treatment specialtizations include substance abuse, highly aggressive/violent behaviors, youth with sexually maladaptive behaviors, and co-occurring disorders. 

 

         

  

           

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Center for Success & Independence (CSI) - Memphis is a 48 bed residential treatment center for boys ages 13 to 18 years old. The center provides a vast array of programs in the categories of Counseling, Education, Clinical and Medical services. Boys' length of stay is typically 7 to 9 months in which they participate in group therapy sessions along with their individual sessions. 

Crestview Youth Academy, Crestview, FL 

Crestview Youth Academy, A Center for Success & Independence, in Crestview FL is a residential treatment center.