Oregon strives to be a national leader in effective correctional services to young women with positive measurable outcomes. Oregon is committed to providing gender specific programming and services for young women offenders in the OYA system.
The following OYA facilities address and support effective female gender specific treatment approaches and respond to young women’s unique issues and needs.
Transition programs provide a bridge from the secure facilities to a community placement. They provide youth the opportunity to continue treatment, attend school and build vocational skills. Youth work on community service projects, supervised work crews and town jobs to instill a work ethic, accountability and responsibility through payment of restitution to both victims and the community.
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