Miami Valley Juvenile Rehabilitation Center

MVJRC is committed to the rehabilitation of Ohio juvenile felony offenders to improve public safety.  We are committed to fulfilling this mission with pride by providing a safe, clean setting where pro-social behavior is taught, modeled, and practiced at every opportunity.
The Miami Valley Juvenile Rehabilitation Center (MVJRC) is a Community Correctional Facility (CCF) established by the Ohio Department of Youth Services. The facility is a part of the Greene County Juvenile Justice Complex which also includes the Greene County Juvenile Court and the Greene County Juvenile Detention Center.

MVJRC is a twenty-four (24) bed residential facility serving both male and female felony offenders referred and placed pursuant to court orders in lieu of commitment to the Ohio Department of Youth Services. The facility provides services to qualifying Ohio youth, with a focus on the following ten (10) consortium counties in the region: Adams, Brown, Champaign, Clark, Fayette, Greene, Highland, Logan, Madison and Union.
MVJRC Road Less Traveled Logo (JPG)
Front of MVJRC building (JPG)

Mission Statement:


MVJRC is committed to the rehabilitation of Ohio juvenile felony offenders to improve public safety.  We are committed to fulfilling this mission with pride by providing a safe, clean setting where pro-social behavior is taught, modeled and practiced at every opportunity.

MVRJC opened September 5th of 2000. It is one of 12 CCFs now operating in the state of Ohio.
Serving area map (JPG)

ACA Accreditation


In January 2013, MVJRC earned re-accreditation from the American Correctional Association (ACA). ACA is a private, non-profit organization that administers the only national accreditation program for adult and juvenile justice programs. The purpose of the organization is to support facilities in achieving the highest standard of care for the persons they serve.
ACA logo (JPG)
Circle of Courage logo (JPG)
ODYS logo (JPG)
CPI logo (JPG)