The programs on this page provide services and support to youth served at Douglas County Youth Services.
Youth Services Links
List of resource links for Youth Services.
Detention Day School is a collaborative program between USD497 and Douglas County. The program was established in April of 1998.
The Kansas Department of Corrections contracts with Douglas County to provide Juvenile Community Corrections services for youth who have been assigned to Community Corrections by the court in the Seventh Judicial District
Douglas County is the host county responsible for the operation of a regional juvenile detention center serving a 13 county area in Northeast Kansas. The detention center is licensed for 18 residents.
This page contains information regarding the JDAI program.
Guideline for visitors to the juvenile detention center. Please note: we reserve the right to deny anyone access to visitation for failure to adhere to our visitation guidelines. Visitation is by appointment only. Please call 785-331-1300
Juvenile intake for the Youth Services Department of Douglas County, Kansas.
The Kansas Department of Corrections - Juvenile Services contracts with Douglas County to provide case management services for youth in the custody of Kansas Department of Corrections - Juvenile Services in the Seventh Judicial District.
Developed for schools, PBS has been adapted to the detention setting to help improve and modify problem behaviors.
Douglas County is Providing leadership, making decisions and taking actions to serve Douglas County by integrating a healthy environment, vibrant economy, and livable society to benefit current and future generations. Improving the sustainability of our operations for the future can have immediate benefits for County residents today. Many measures that help us achieve sustainability can also reduce costs, improve the health of our residents, create jobs, and protect the Douglas County landscapes we call home.