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Maryland State Government State Hospitals-Outside Baltimore Area
15000 Broschart Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
This is the John L. Gildner Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents. It provides day and residential treatmentMore for youths as well as evaluations and education services.
Maryland State Government Rockville - District Court Commissione
27 Courthouse Sq, Rockville, MD 20850
Maryland District Court Commissioners Office is located in Rockville Town Center. Security checks are requiredMore to entire the building. There are metered and paid lots located around the building. Other District Courts in the area include the Red Brick Courthouse, as well as Maryland County Judiciary Center.
Maryland State Government Rockville - District Court
27 Courthouse Sq, Rockville, MD 20850
This Maryland State Courthouse is located on Courthouse Square in Rockville Town Center. District Court Judges areMore appointed by the Governor with Senate consent for 10 years. The handicap entrance can be found at the back entrance. The Judiciary Court and Red Brick Courthouse are right next door.
Maryland State Government Juvenile Services Department
9925 Blackwell Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
This is the Alfred D. Noyes Children's Center, a youth detention facility. It provides housing, academic instruction andMore counseling for minors ages twelve to eighteen.
Raines Engineering
13420 Cleveland Dr, Rockville, MD 20850
Raines Engineering specializes in the study and application of electromagnetic fields for clients that includeMore government agencies, corporations and small businesses. It designs antennas and conducts radiation and environmental impact studies. Its founder, Jeremy K. Raines, received his PhD from MIT, and is certified as a professional engineer by the state of Maryland.
Montgomery County Government Correction Rehabilitation Departmen
11651 Nebel St, Rockville, MD 20852
The Department of Correction and Rehabilitation, Pre-Release and Re-Entry Services works with local, state and federalMore prisoners preparing to be released. The prisoners must be in either Maryland custody or a federal prisoner planning to return to Montgomery County. Since its founding in the late 1960s, the program earned national recognition the American Correctional Association. It has worked with more than 15,000 people since its inception and about 700 people in any given year. Participants are required to work, pay their living expensive, child support and violate no tax laws.