In addition to a safe and secure environment, a variety of educational programs and services are provided at the facility.
Stadium View School
Residents 18-years-old and younger who have not graduated from high school or have not earned a GED are enrolled in school in the Juvenile Detention Center. The school offers:
- High school credits that are transferable to a resident's home school — students can earn .25 credit for every eight hours they work on one subject
- Classes taught by teachers from the Minneapolis Public Schools
- After school programming to help residents make up credits and/or improve their academic skills
- A GED readiness program
Electronic Home Monitoring
Electronic home monitoring is a community-based program for low-risk offenders.
Counseling and liaison services
Volunteer chaplains and spiritual counselors provide counseling and conduct nonsectarian worship services.
Corizon Health Care provides a full-time medical team for routine and emergency medical treatment.
A diverse range of activities are provided within the living units and in our recreational areas. Activities include leisure, recreational exercise, life skills, debate, meditation and many other programs that are beneficial to youth.
Community volunteers bring a wide variety of educational, recreational, spiritual, and entertainment activities to the center each week.
Juvenile Detention Center Resident Wellness policy (PDF)
Parent and resident grievances
The Juvenile Detention Center provides high-quality care to juveniles residing at the facility. However, if a parent or resident feels they would like to object to their experience at the facility, they can submit a grievance procedure form (PDF).