Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Stabilization and Crisis Unit (SACU) operates under the guidance of the Oregon Department of Human Services, Office of Developmental Disabilities. Individuals served have multiple needs and receive integrated services and a broad range of supports. ""
The program provides 24-hour residential care and supervision to high-risk adults and children with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) who represent the most risk to the public at large, their peers, or themselves. SACU provides residential care, which includes health and medical care, behavioral support, personal care, education, recreation, psychological services and community integration.
SACU operates residential group homes along the I-5 corridor from Portland to Eugene.  Services are accessed through regional or county Community Developmental Disabilities Programs (CDDPs).
Program employees serving adults and/or children with developmental disabilities are Mandatory Reporters of abuse and neglect. (ORS 43.765)

Employment with SACU

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Stabilization and Crisis Unit
Administrative Offices

4760 Portland Road N, Suite 102, Salem, OR 97302
Office: (503) 378-5952
Fax: (503) 378-5917

Brad Heath, Executive Director

Sierra Rawson, Deputy Director

Mary Anna Gordon, Nurse Manager

Bryan Wier, Regional Oversight Manager

Aaron Hall, Clinical Services Manager​​