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Camp Tillamook Youth Transitional Facility

General Information

​Camp Tillamook Youth Transitional Facility (click for map)
6820 Barracks Circle
Tillamook, OR  97141-9683

FAX: 503-842-1476

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Population Served

  • Males
  • Budgeted capacity is 25 beds  
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OYA recognizes the importance of interaction between youth in its custody and family and members of the community. Such access allows youth to maintain positive relationships that can help with their rehabilitation and contribute to effective planning for their treatment needs.
  • Every day from 9:00 - 4:00 by appointment.

  • Special visits outside of regular visitation schedules may be arranged.

  • Visitation is supervised by OYA staff.

  • OYA staff will inform visitors of applicable rules, policies, and procedures relating to visitation prior to entry into the facility.

  • Staff will consider all requests for visitation and allow or deny the visit on the basis of what would best benefit the offender, within the interests of facility security and order.

  • Visitation is limited to those persons who are integral to the offender´s case plan (e.g., family members, offender´s attorney, and persons involved in the offender´s treatment).
All visitors must get approval from the facility and their youth's unit managers, using this Request to Visit form. 
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Testing Water for Lead

Starting in February 2017, the Oregon Youth Authority began testing the water at all of our facilities for lead and copper. Lead can be harmful to people's health, and we wanted to make sure all youth, staff, contractors, volunteers, and visitors are safe and healthy.​

At Camp Tillamook, initial tests found one outlet with a level of lead and zero with a level of copper that was above the level where we take immediate action. We replaced the outlet in question, and additional tests showed it is now below the action level for lead. Our remediation work at this facility is complete.
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