Office of Juvenile Affairs  
 
   
 
   

Juvenile Treatment Centers

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The Office of Juvenile Affairs operates three secure juvenile institutions. The juvenile institutions are treatment based and provide a wide array of services. These include individual and group counseling, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, sex offender treatment, recreational therapy, religious services, health education, parenting skills education and a mentoring program. Each institution provides an excellent educational program, which includes a fully accredited school and an extensive GED program.

L.E. Rader Center, located in Sand Springs, is the largest juvenile facility in Oklahoma. It serves 203 juveniles through its various programs.

  • Intensive Treatment Program (ITP): Fifty-six males are served in this maximum secure setting. It offers educational and recreational services along with chemical dependency and sex offender treatment programs.
  • Rader Treatment Program: Male and female youth are served in this medium-secure program. There are 105 male beds and 20 female beds that provide educational, recreational, and therapeutic services.
  • Diagnostic and Evaluation (D&E): There are 12 of these short-term beds available for assessing the needs of the juvenile. Eight male beds and four female beds are utilized.
  • Substance Abuse Treatment Program: Ten male beds are available for intensive chemical dependency treatment.
Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center (COJC): This site in Tecumseh, Oklahoma has been serving Oklahoma’s children since 1917.  It currently serves 109 juveniles in custody of the Office of Juvenile Affairs and 10 additional at-risk youth from the Pottawatomie County area. 
  • Medium Secure Training School:  Therapeutic components are offered to 65 males and 20 females.  Services include education, recreation, Bethesda programming, sex offender treatment and chemical dependency treatment.
  • Drug and Alcohol Unit:  Six male beds are utilized in a secure setting outside the fence for intensive chemical dependency treatment, utilizing the Bethesda model.
  • Diagnostic and Evaluation (D&E):  Sixteen male and 2 female beds are used for conducting thorough assessments of juveniles.
Southwestern Oklahoma Juvenile Center :  Southwest Oklahoma Juvenile Center (Manitou Center) is a medium secure juvenile facility for juveniles adjudicated by the courts and placed in the custody of the Office of Juvenile Affairs. Our first resident admissions occurred on August 5, 1996, with our Open House and Dedication Ceremony on September 12, 1996. Manitou Center is a 74 bed facility with four boys units and one Reception Orientation Center. Our Programs section is the first in the state to implement the Bethesda model facility-wide and the first 24 hour institutional setting in the United States to do so. An individual treatment plan, in combination with a phase system, is the basis of the Bethesda Program and is designed to provide rapid, clear and consistent behavioral feedback.