Neaves-Davis Center (D-Home)
Neaves-Davis Center for Children houses juvenile court intake and
probation services, juvenile detention services, the community service
program and the community placement and supervision program.
The detention section of the facility has a design
capacity for 48 juveniles. Residents are juveniles who are alleged to
have committed acts of delinquency and have been detained to await
trial, or juveniles who have received a hearing decree and are waiting
placement in a treatment facility. Programs for detained juveniles
include: food services, medical services, recreational activities,
educational services, religious services and library services.
Funding for the Neaves-Davis Center for Children is
provided by the Madison County Commission, the City of Huntsville and
the State of Alabama, including a grant from the Alabama Law Enforcement
Planning Division to fund the Community Service Program. The educational
program is provided by Huntsville City Schools. The library is a joint
project of Huntsville Public Library and the Madison County Commission.
Community religious groups provide the religious activities.
For information concerning the programs of the Neaves-Davis
Center for Children, telephone 256-532-0300.
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