Visiting at Great Falls Youth Transition Center (GFYTC)
There is no prior approval process ao background check necessary for visiting at Great Falls Youth Transition Center. Visitors must however notify the facility twenty-four hours in advance of a visit.
A maximum of five (5) visitors, including children are allowed at a visit.
Dress Code and Prohibited Items
all purses, bags, backpacks, cameras, cell phones, any type of weapon, drugs or alcohol.
Intoxicated/threatening persons and persons with contraband will not be allowed to visit.
Visitors Dress Code
- No shirts or tops with bottom hem less than three (3) inches below the belt line (must not show skin when arms are raised).
- No bib overalls.
- No wraparound dresses, skirts, or wraparound shirts.
- Dresses, skirts, shorts, and culottes must be knee length or longer.
- No transparent clothing (any visibility through a top, pant, skirt or dress).
- No spandex tops or pants, tops exposing cleavage or skin.
- Shirts and shoes must be worn.
- Clothing will be loose and well fitting as not to draw attention to the visitor(s).
Property Brought in for Youth
Property that visitors bring to the Great Falls Transition Center for the residents will be turned over to the staff on duty. After the visitis completed, the property will be processed and placed on the youth's inventory.
Food - Drink - Smoking
No smoking, chewing tobacco, gum, food, or drinking items are allowed to be brought into the youth transition center by visitors. No alcohol or drugs of any kind are permitted.
Great Falls Youth Transition Center
4212 3rd Avenue South
Great Falls, MT 59405
Phone: (406) 452-1792
When traveling East or West on 10th Avenue South, turn North on 38th Street. Travel down 38th Street until you reach 3rd Avenue South and turn right. Travel down 3rd Avenue South until you reach the intersection of 43rd Street South. Turn right on 43rd Street and be prepared to park immediately on the side street. The Great Falls Transition Center is located in the white rock house on the right side of the street, across from Howard's Pizza and The Wine Mill.