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Resources for BRS Providers

Behavior Rehabilitation Services Program

The purpose of the Behavior Rehabilitation Services (BRS) Program is to improve the lives of youth with debilitating psychosocial, emotional and behavioral disorders by providing behavioral intervention, counseling, and skills-training.

Oregon Youth Authority contracts with private agencies throughout the state to provide these services to youth who meet the BRS eligibility criteria.  Youth are referred to these programs by their OYA Juvenile Probation/Parole Officer.

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OYA Community Resources Unit Contacts

​Office Cell​
Kris Scrabeck​, Manager ​503-373-7284 ​503-551-9218
Khris Ward, Community Resource Specialist ​503-373-7281 ​503-779-5372
​Ed Wyller, Community Resource Specialist ​503-551-9243
Monica Moran, Community Resource Specialist ​503-931-9561
Karri Robinson, Community Resource Specialist ​971-600-8403
​Community Resources Unit Support ​503-373-7595
​Community Resource FAX ​1-866-603-7174
 
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Forms

The following PDF-format forms are provided as a resource for reporting BRS information to OYA's Community Resources Unit.

The information entered into the forms is intended for limited business use and may be exempt from public disclosure.

As a contractual obligation of confidentiality with OYA, BRS providers must comply with OYA's Information Asset Classification requirements for handling restricted information.

Please contact OYA's Community Resources Unit with questions.

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Questions/Comments

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