On April 15, 2021, the Washington State House of Representatives published this certification of enrollment of the engrossed second substitute House Bill 1186, concerning juvenile rehabilitation and community transition services. The Washington Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) is creating a community transition services program for youth in Juvenile Rehabilitation (JR). Under this new program, youth who have served at least 60% of a term of confinement and at least 15 weeks of total confinement may be permitted to serve the remaining portion of their term of confinement in the community while DCYF monitors the youth’s location and . . .