Copyright 2017 - County of Lancaster, PA -- LCYIC, Drew Fredericks

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I find out if a person is at your facility? This   information   can   be   obtained   only   if   you   are   the   resident’s   parent,   grandparent,   or   legal   guardian.   Any   other   inquiries   for Lancaster   County   residents   can   be   made   to   the   Juvenile   Probation    at   (717)299-8161,   or   the   Children   &   Youth   Agency    at (717)299-7925.   For   residents   from   other   counties,   please   contact   your   respective   county’s   Juvenile   Probation   Office   or Children & Youth Agency. How do I know when a resident has visitation? Program and housing location determines a resident's visitation schedule. Click here to view Detention's visitation schedule. Click here to view Shelter's visitation schedule. How do I contact a resident in the event of a family medical emergency? In   the   event   of   a   family   medical   emergency,   family   members   should   contact   a   facility   supervisor   at   (717)299-7821   with   the following information: Name of resident Name and contact number of the person providing the information Name of the person hospitalized and their relation to the resident Name and telephone number of the hospital Does a resident need money while being held at the facility? No. Everything is provided for our residents. Where are my child's court hearings held? Detention   and   Shelter Hearings   for   Lancaster   County   residents   are   held   at   the   Youth   Intervention   Center.   For   the   exact   date and time, please contact our facility (717-299-7821). Click here for directions to the Youth Intervention Center. Adjudication   and   Disposition   Hearings   for   Lancaster   County   residents   are   held   at   the   Lancaster   County   Courthouse.   Please contact   the   Juvenile   Probation   Office    (717-299-8161)   of   the   Children   &   Youth   Agency    (717-299-7925)   for   date,   time,   and courtroom location. Click here for directions to the Lancaster County Courthouse. For   residents   from   other   counties,   please   contact   your   respective   county’s   Juvenile   Probation   Office   or   Children   &   Youth Agency for court dates, times, and locations. Can   a   resident's   personal   medications   be   brought   in   to   be   used   while   they   are   at your facility?  Yes.   You   may   bring   your   child's   medication   to   our   facility   in   its   originally   prescribed   container   or   packaging.   Once   the medication   had   been   examined   by   our   facility   nurses,   and   approved   by   our   facility's   physician,   your   child   will   be   administered their prescribed medication. What if my child becomes sick or injured while at your facility? Your   child   will   receive   immediate   medical   attention   from   our   facility   nurses   and   physician,   and   will   be   transported   to   a   local hospital emergency room if necessary. The facility will contact you if this situation were to occur. What    if    my    child    has    a    pre-arranged    medical/dental    appointment    prior    to entering your facility?  Will they be able to go? You   will   need   to   provide   this   information   to   the   child's   probation   officer/caseworker   and   the   Youth   Intervention   Center   in advance.   The   Juvenile   Probation   Office,   Children   &   Youth   Agency,   and   our   facility’s   medical   department   will   determine whether or not this appointment will occur. You will be made aware of the outcome of such a decision.
Youth Intervention Center