Description:Provides court and probation services to minors and their families who come under the provisions of the juvenile court law. Investigation and supervision services include placement planning under court jurisdiction in matters of delinquency. Juvenile Hall provides temporary care and custody of delinquent boys and girls pending court disposition. The Community Care Program provides a court-ordered, non-custody, community work service each Saturday and Sunday on a year-round basis. Juvenile Traffic Court handles violations committed by youths age 17 or under. Delinquency prevention services are also offered to the community from this office. Camp Glenwood offers 24-hour care, education, counseling and recreation for boys, age 12-18, who need a correctional rehabilitative treatment program on a 90-day to six-month basis. Kemp Camp offers 24-hour care, education, counseling and recreation for girls, age 13-17, who need a correctional rehabilitative treatment program on a 90-day to six-month basis. Kemp Camp is part of the G.I.R.L.S. Program (Gaining Independence and Reclaiming Lives Successfully). The GIRLS Program involves three stages: an individualized, residential program (Kemp Camp); an intensive community supervision phase as girls transition to home; and a step-down period of Probation services with fewer contacts.
Public Transit:SAMTRANS stops in front.
222 Paul Scannell Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402 37.5119815 -122.3366814 Human Services
- Disabled Parking
Fees:None for intake, investigation and field supervision. Parents are financially responsible for care and maintenance of their child while in detention. Varies according to income for out-of-home placement.
Audience:Youth and families
How to Apply:Referral by courts or police necessary for formal application. Families may contact the Assessment Center (650-312-5289) for referral assistance.
Service Wait Estimate:No wait.
- San Mateo County