Juvenile Hall

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The primary function of the Mendocino County Juvenile Hall is to provide for the physical and emotional care of incarcerated youth in Mendocino County pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 15 and Title 24 standards. Youth are detained in juvenile hall pending their Juvenile Court Hearings while they are serving short-term commitments, or awaiting out-of-home placement in a foster/group home, camp or other institution. The Mendocino County Juvenile Hall houses up to 40 youths and as mandated, it is operated with as homelike an environment as possible. This includes providing well balanced meals, clothing, and personal hygiene items, as well as medical, psychiatric, and dental services.

For youth detained in the juvenile hall, a number of services are provided during the youth’s temporary stay: 

  • Secure physical care
  • Assessment and treatment services
  • A comprehensive school program implemented in cooperation with the Mendocino
    County Office of Education (MCOE)
  • Medical services provided by the Mendocino County Health and Human Services
  • Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous
  • Religious services

Contact Information

585 Low Gap Road,
Ukiah, CA 95482
Intake Phone: 707-234-6368
Fax: 707-463-6353