The Jack Brown Center is a twenty-bed co-educational facility providing treatment in a residential setting for chemically-dependent Indian adolescents. The program is intended to serve clients from 13 to 18 years of age who are experiencing serious substance abuse problems.
Applications must be made for admission so that an accurate assessment of the individual's needs can be made prior to acceptance. When an applicant is accepted, details of admission and requirements for participation are coordinated through the in-take staff. Applicants who are not accepted are referred elsewhere. The length of stay for program completion can be up to 120 days.
The mission of Jack Brown Center is to serve Native American youth and substance abuse problems by providing opportunities for education, and/or mental, spiritual, emotional and physical growth through treatment.