Further details about programming (pdf)
Procedures on notifying youth of critical incidents
If there is a family crisis, such as a death or serious illness of a
family member, and you’d like to notify your child, please call the
facility and notify the Watch Commander first. We can then ensure that
there are appropriate mental health professionals available to support
your child, and assist in making any arrangements that are appropriate
for the situationVisiting Information
Visiting occurs every Sunday between the hours of 1:00 PM and 3:00
PM. You must arrive in camp prior to 2:30 PM in order to visit.
The visiting time schedule is the same for holidays.
Following are some regulations regarding visiting at Camp Barrett:
- Parents, grandparents, and legal guardians are permitted to
visit. Other visitors may be approved through prior authorization of
the youth’s probation officer and the facility division chief.
- You must bring a current valid photo I.D. (CDL, Passport,
- Special visits are normally conducted on Saturdays from
1-3pm. This must be pre-approved through the youth’s probation
officer or the Camp supervisor and a special appointment made for
- Camp Barrett offers tele-visiting through
Skype/Google Hangout to parents/ guardians who are not able to visit
their youth. To make arrangements for tele-visiting,call
- Visitors may bring two 20oz sealed beverages
per person. Beverages must be in sealed plastic containers.
- Visitors may bring playing cards; however, they must take them
with them when they leave.
- Once the youth has reported to
the visit, the visitor cannot return to their vehicle unless they
are willing to terminate their visit for the day.
are not allowed to be "DROPPED OFF" or walk into camp. If
the driver of a vehicle is not an authorized visitor; the entire
visiting group must leave. No person or persons are authorized to
remain in a vehicle while others are visiting.
- Wallets/purses, cash, credit cards etc. are not allowed inside
the visiting area. A single key and a photo I.D. are allowed to be
in the visitor’s possession.
When a youth is within one week of release, the parents are
permitted to send in or bring to visiting the youths release
clothing. Youths can be picked up at Camp Barrett the morning of their
release or they can be transported to Juvenile Hall for pick up by the
parents. An Officer will call the parents/guardians the night before
his release to finalize the release arraingements.
If a youth is terminated from the program, the parents/guardians
will be sent a letter outlining the procedure for obtaining the youths
property. The Camp Barrett warehouse will keep the youths belongings
for up to 90 days. Arrangements can be made to pick up the belongings
at Camp Barrett or they can be sent to Juvenile Hall for pick up. An
appointment must be made prior to the pickup of property at either