ⓘ Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center
Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center is a juvenile psychiatric facility of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, located in the Lorenz Hall Annex on the grounds of the Mendota Mental Health Institute in Madison, Wisconsin. It has space for 29 patients. The inmates at Mendota usually have anti-social personality disorders who do not feel empathy, guilt, nor remorse. It uses the Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center Program.
The impetus for the creation of the archives was the increase in violent crimes committed by minors. It was created in 1995 by two psychologists, Michael Caldwell and Greg van Rybroek. He was intentionally psychologists instead of the usual prison guards, while most of the objects for delinquent and criminal youth under the jurisdiction of the Department of corrections of Wisconsin, MJTC instead, when the Department of health.
- Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center Program MJTC is an intensive mental health intervention for violent and treatment resistant youth in juvenile detention
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