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OYA Volunteers Raise Money at Oktoberfest for Youth
          Tillamook Youth Build Ramp for Local Resident and Change Her Life

           Youth Hone Job-Hunting Skills During Spring Break Workshop
           OYA Youth Earns Bachelor’s Degree — and He’s Not Done Yet
           Planting the Seed

           Hillcrest and MacLaren celebrate Black History Month           
           YWTP youth loses 102 pounds and takes charge of her health



          Volunteers make the holidays brighter for OYA youth


          Hope Partnership honored for work at MacLaren YCF
          Camp Riverbend youth gain skills — and confidence — through house build
          Oak Creek YCF youth earn wildland firefighting certification


          Taking education seriously
          Helping through haircuts


Multicultural performances, food, and games featured at Hillcrest event
Frank Martin, former OYA Education Administrator, to lead the pilot program
Catholic archbishop visits MacLaren YCF to baptize, confirm youth
Motivational speaker to Hillcrest youth: ‘What you do is not who you are’
Verizon employees help out Project POOCH
Cabbage Hill residents appreciate first responders


Salem writer takes poetry to tough places
Tillamook YCF youth finds new identity: award-winning woodworker
Camp Riverbend youth help fight major wildfire near Pendleton
MacLaren Toastmasters


Little Library Installed At Frenchglen Hotel
No place to go: Beds in demand for youths with mental illness
Readers flourish and gain job skills in new Eastern Oregon YCF library​​
OYA youth in the community celebrate graduations​​
​Oregon Youth Authority in ‘desperate need’ of foster homes for young offenders​​

Young prisoner takes on poetry, wins prizes​
Project POOCH saves dogs’ lives while teaching skills to young offenders
Oregon Youth Authority celebrates Community Services employees
​Oregon wins $1.1 million to help spur career success for incarcerated girls, young women
Foster youth gains a a new family​
Youth earns second place in national poetry contest


Residential program and JPPO reunite youth with brother​
Corrections educators talk tech at OYA's Google summit​


​OYA youth and the gang life: Their stories, in their words
Rogue Valley honors dedicated volunteers

Six for six: Youth finish first MacLaren marathon​
Juvenile Services Division’s Sang Dao honored on a national stage​

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