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The Bronx Residential Center is a medium to high security, juvenile male facility located in Bronx, IN. The program includes military drill and ceremony, physical training, full-time education program, substance abuse treatment group, individual and family counseling and takes 6 ½ months to complete.
The Bronx Residential Center was established in . The New York Department of Corrections is responsible for managing this facility. The residents within this facility are housed in dormitories.
The Bronx Residential Center minimal graduate requirements are listed below:
- Scheduling Aftercare
- Completion of 8 hours of community service
- Treatment programs
The residents are required to shower daily, change clothing and bedding often as well as maintain their rooms in a neat and clean manner.
On any given day for the residents within the Bronx Residential Center includes hygiene, meals, school, structured physical and educational activities, as well as court appearance as scheduled.
The Bronx Residential Center Comprehensive Case Management includes an orientation level, 4 growth levels, two transition levels, as well as a release level. Before a juvenile can graduate parents are required to have at least one family session prior to their son’s graduation from the program.
The Bronx Residential Center has an accredited education program. There is one full-time Educational Coordinator, four full-time teachers, two teacher’s assistants, and an education secretary within the Bronx Residential Center. There are computer-based classes and the following credits can be earned:
- E. D. completion is required for all students who are 17 and older before they can graduate from the Bronx Residential Center program.
Juveniles will be photographed and fingerprinted if they are taken into custody for offenses that would constitute a felony if committed by an adult. A juvenile can only be fingerprinted and photographed if obtained by a judge a juvenile court order if the juvenile is taken in for a misdemeanor offense.
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Bronx Residential Center
170 East 210th Street, Bronx, NY, 10467-2411
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|Jail Name||Bronx Residential Center|
|Jail Type||State Prison|
|Address||170 East 210th Street, Bronx, NY, 10467-2411|
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