Mountain View has an extensive volunteer and mentoring program with 45 persons coming into the facility to provide various services for juvenile and young adult offenders.Volunteers are an intricate part of the rehabilitation process, whether contributing their time on a regular basis, or more occasionally.
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Agnieszka Serwik, Deputy Superintendent Mental Health Population Capacity: 187 Population Served: Detained and “shock sentenced” male and female juveniles 11-21; Young adult male offenders 18-25 years of age; adult males needing substance abuse, sex offender treatment and assisted living care.
Morin, Superintendent 1182 Dover Road Charleston, Maine 04422 Tel: (207) 285-0880 Fax: (207) 285-0836 Boyd Kronholm, Deputy Superintendent Operations Gerald Merrill, Deputy Superintendent Support Services Dr.
This facility alleviated the northern and central county jails of holding juvenile offenders in adult county jails and/or transporting them to Southern Maine.
In February 2002, in order to meet the demands of the rising rates of juvenile incarceration, the Maine Department of Corrections Juvenile Services expanded its services by building and reorganizing two new facilities; Thein Charleston, and the Long Creek Youth Development Center built in So. Mountain View’s facility capacity expanded to beds to provide services for long-term commitments, alongside the detention beds.Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every other month in the administraton conference room from 4 pm to pm.The public is invited to any of these meetings, which are noticed in the local paper.Current vacancies are available on the State of Maine Department of Corrections website.An advisory group of Board of Visitors is appointed by the Governor for MVYDC and CCF.They spend time in the facility providing instructions in various things; religious services, pet therapy, mentoring, teaching fly fishing and fly tying, meditation, educational programming, and life skills classes.