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There are two state-operated juvenile justice facilities in Michigan that offer a range of rehabilitation services.
Bay Pines Center
Providing secure residential detention services for boys and girls awaiting a court decision, and residential treatment programs for youth adjudicated for criminal offenses. Bay Pines Center is licensed to accept up to 45 youth age 12 to 20.
Providing a secure treatment facility for male juveniles between the ages of 12 and 21 who have been adjudicated for one or more felony counts. The Center offers specialized treatment programs for sex offenders, addictions/substance abuse and mild mental health issues.