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Introduction

Below you will find information on all 14 of Oregon's prison facilities, including address, directions, history, and a sample of programs and services provided.

If you would like to contact a facility, visit our Contact page.

For information on getting in touch with an inmate housed at one of our facilities, check out the following pages:

You can also visit our Victim Services page for resources and support.

About our Facilities

Location:
24499 SW Grahams Ferry Road, Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
Directions ​

Programs and Services offered at CCCF:

  • Vocational Programs
  • Life-Skills Programs
  • Education Services
  • Library Services
  • Worked Based Education
  • Mental Health Services
  • Health Services
  • Treatment Programs
  • Transition Programs
  • Parenting and Family Programs
  • Religious Services
  • Religious Activities
  • Cognitive Based Programs
  • Work Programs
Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:
  • Contact Center
  • Document Digitizing (Archiving)
  • Fulfillment
  • Production Sewing
  • Website Analysis

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (CCCF) is a multi-custody prison accommodating all the State of Oregon female inmates. It provides intake and evaluation of all female and male inmates committed to state custody by the courts. 

The prison has cell and dormitory housing, inmate work programs, skills training, education, treatment programs, health services, religious services, physical plant, warehouse space for on-site storage, a central records unit, and administration areas. It is also home to the state’s intake center, providing evaluation of all male inmates committed to state custody by the courts. 

CCCF opened its minimum-security facility in October 2001 and its medium-security facility in April 2002. It is situated on 108 total acres and has 508,000 square footage inside the facility.

Location: 

9111 NE Sun​derland Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97211-1799

Directions ​​

Programs and Services offered at CRCI:

Major program activities for general population inmates consist of community service work projects supervised by correctional staff, institution support and maintenance work, educational and cognitive skills classes, and Turning Point drug and alcohol program.

To promote good health and wellbeing, inmates are encouraged to take part in many recreational and other outdoor activities offered to them every day. Inmates are allowed access to the Recreation Yard three times per day for recreational purposes.

Organized yard activities include: 

  • Soccer leagues 
  • Basketball leagues 
  • Volleyball leagues 
  • Pickle-ball leagues (like tennis with a whiffle ball and high net) 
  • Native American pow-wow's 
  • Special holiday events

Individual recreational activities include: 

  • Weight lifting 
  • Jogging / walking trail 
  • Hacky-sack 
  • Other miscellaneous games and activities

Indoor activities include: 

  • Aerobics 
  • Yoga 
  • Stationary bicycles 
  • Bingo 
  • Karaoke 
  • Numerous board games and other indoor activities (cards, chess, etc.) 
  • Religious services

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.​

​​​About the Facility:
Columbia River Correctional Institution (CRCI) is a 595-bed minimum-security prison located on 26 acres in NE Portland. The institution opened in September 1990, and houses 595 male inmates in separate dormitory-style housing units. Approximately 50 inmates are housed in a separate living area designed specifically for use as a residential alcohol and drug treatment center where inmates voluntarily participate in a therapeutic community program designed to address serious addiction and substance abuse problems. This facility is focused on alcohol and drug treatment, work programs, and preparing inmates for return to the community.  

One of the 50-bed dormitory has been designated as residential treatment centers where inmates are involved in an intensive alcohol and drug treatment program for six months or more. This unit is self-contained providing inmates in treatment with the opportunity to successfully complete the program without unnecessary distractions from the general inmate population. The programs offered to other inmates in the facility focus on the development of work habits and skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment. 

Location: 
3920 East Ashwood Road, Madras, Oregon 97741
Directions

Programs and Services offered at DRCI:
  • Welding
  • Limited Maintenance Electrician Apprenticeship
  • Education
  • Low Automated Criminal Risk Score (ACRS) 
  • Alternative Incarceration Program (AIP)
  • Mental health treatment
  • Cognitive programs
  • Inmate work crews

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:

  • Laundry

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
​Deer Ridge Correctional Institution (DRCI) is the newest prison in Oregon, it is located four miles east of Madras in central Oregon. The prison comprises a 774-bed minimum-security facility and a 1,228-bed medium-security facility. Construction began in October 2005 and the first minimum-security inmates arrived in September 2007. The medium-security prison was completed in February 2008. 

This is Oregon’s fourteenth prison. DRCI is situated on 453 acres. The minimum has 185,000 square feet and the medium is 400,000 square feet. 
Location: 
2500 Westgate, Pendleton, Oregon 97801-9699
Directions​

Programs and Services offered at EOCI:
  • Joys of Living Assistance Dog Program
  • Getting Out by Going In – (GOGI) 
  • Certified Master Clock Repair Program
  • Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Program 
  • Art Inside Out
  • Art Therapy
  • Certified Hospice Care Giver Program
  • Toastmasters, New Directions Program
  • Education – GED, high school, and college-level classes
  • Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
  • HVAC – LME, LEA, LEB Apprenticeship Certification Program
  • SAE Automotive, Welding Certification Program, Plant Journeyman Electrical Licensing Program, water treatment and boiler certification
  • Pathfinders & Thinking for Change
  • Religious Services, MindfulnessFood Handlers and Bakery Certification

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:

  • Contact Center
  • Embroidery Shop
  • Garment Factory
  • Laundry

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:

​Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution (EOCI) was authorized in 1983 by the 62nd Legislative Assembly as the first medium-security adult male correctional facility established outside Marion County. Until its conversion to a prison, EOCI had been a state mental hospital, with most of the buildings originally constructed in 1912-13. The first inmates were received on June 24, 1985. The 1682-bed facility is Pendleton´s fourth largest employer.  


The institution has 19 separate general population housing units, comprised of 596 dormitory structured beds and 897 cell-structured beds, a 99-single occupancy cell Disciplinary Segregation Unit, and an eight bed Infirmary.  

EOCI contracts with Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) to provide education services at the institution. Approximately 1,000 inmates have received either a GED certificate or an adult high school diploma since the education program began in 1986.  
New Directions Education Project was formed in 1999 by a group of people who felt that inmates should have more than a GED to start their lives upon release. Donations were sought from churches, civic groups, individuals and eventually from foundations to pay for tuition, textbooks, and supplies so that BMCC would provide instructors to teach college-transfer classes at EOCI. 

EOCI is the state´s only facility where the internationally-recognized "Prison Blues" line of blue denim clothing is manufactured. The garment factory is one of two prison industries programs operating at the facility. The prison´s commercial laundry cleans clothing and other items for EOCI and Snake River Correctional Institution, in addition to Pendleton´s local high school, the city´s fire department, the Pendleton Convention Center, and Krusteaz Flour Mill. 

Location:
Physical Address: 5465 Turner Road SE, Salem, Oregon 97317 
Mailing Address: 2605 State Street, Salem, Oregon 97310-0505
Directions 

Programs and Services offered at MCCF:
  • Cognitive Programs
  • Substance Abuse Program
  • Education
  • Transition Programs
  • Health Services
  • Work Assignments  
  • Religious Services

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:

  • Laundry Sort
  • Warehouse and Logistics
  • Wood and Metal Manufacturing

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
​Mill Creek Correctional Facility (MCCF) is a minimum-security prison located five miles southeast of Salem on 2,089 acres. The facility is a minimum-security work camp providing inmate labor to the Oregon Department of Corrections, other state and local agencies, and private industries throughout the Willamette Valley.  

Location: 
3405 Deer Park Drive SE, Salem, Oregon 97310-9385
Directions

Programs and Services offered at OSCI:
  • Education
  • Drug and alcohol treatment
  • Transition programs
  • Work assignments
  • Mental health treatment
  • Religious services
  • Mailroom
  • Print shop
  • Contact centers

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:

  • Contact Center
  • Graphic Design
  • Mail Fulfillment
  • Print Shop
  • Survey

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
​Oregon State Correctional Institution (OSCI) is a medium-security facility located three miles east of Salem, was established by action of the 1955 Legislature and became fully operational June 1, 1959. The 880-bed facility provides housing and confinement for males serving sentences for felony convictions from all counties of Oregon. Five hundred of these beds are designated as Transitional Release beds.

The prison traditionally houses the department´s younger inmates, including those remanded to adult prison from juvenile facilities. 
The facility provides useful work and self-improvement programs to enhance inmate’s ability to reintegrate back into the community. The prison also has a dormitory-style special housing unit for inmates who are medically or physically challenged, but who do not need to be hospitalized or confined in an infirmary.

Recently, OSCI has redirected its focus to address the needs of the large transitional release population. Approximately 500 of the current 880 inmates are within six months of their release back into the community, largely increasing the demand for transition programs.
Location: 
2605 State Street, Salem, OR  97310
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Programs and Services offered at OSP:
  • Special needs and release housing
  • Work-based education and programs
  • Institution work programs
  • Education, including ABE, GED, & ESL
Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) industries: 
  • Furniture factory
  • Laundry 
  • Metal shop
  • Contact center
Clubs:
  • 7th Step Club 
  • Asian Club
  • AVP
  • Family First
  • HHAAP
  • Hole in the Wall Group of NA
  • Lakota Club
  • Latino Club
  • Lifers Info
  • Music Program
  • Pool Club Info
  • Toastmasters Club
  • Uhuru Club
  • Veterans Club 

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
​Oregon State Penitentiary (OSP) is the oldest prison in Oregon and the only maximum-security institution currently operated by the Oregon Department of Corrections. The Penitentiary has been sited at three separate locations. Originally, the Penitentiary was called the Oregon Territory Jail and was in Oregon City, then the capitol of Oregon. The Territory Jail was built in April 1842. The Jail was later destroyed by fire on August 18, 1846.

Oregon Territory relied on local jails for the housing of prisoners until 1853. Legislature recognized the need for a new prison and authorized the construction of one in 1851. In 1853 a site was finally selected in Portland. An out of business whiskey shop on Front Street was used to temporarily house the inmates.

Oregon's first state prison (The Oregon Territory Jail) was originally located in Oregon City (the state capital at the time) in 1842. After four years it was moved to Portland and in 1866 it was moved to a 26-acre site in Salem and enclosed by a reinforced concrete wall averaging 25 feet in height.

The penitentiary currently has special housing units for multi-custody inmates; disciplinary segregation; offenders with psychiatric problems; and inmates sentenced to death. Executions, which are by lethal injection in Oregon, are conducted at the penitentiary. The 233-bed, self-contained Special Management Housing unit provides housing and control for those death row and male inmates who disrupt or pose a substantial threat to the general population in all department facilities. 

Most housing in the penitentiary is in large cell blocks with most inmates housed in double cells. The penitentiary also has a full-service infirmary.

Location: 
3600 13th Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814-1346
Directions​

Programs and Services offered at PRCF:
Inmates provide a variety of work related services to the communities in Baker and surrounding counties. One of the primary reasons for this work is to reduce the costs of government, particularly to rural governments, who could not successfully complete needed work projects by other means.  Examples of value-added work accomplished by inmate work crews include: 
  • Maintenance of a local church in exchange for use of their facility for Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings by inmates who are in the transition phase of their treatment program. 
  • Weekly building and grounds maintenance of the Baker County Library in exchange for the library’s weekly bookmobile services to the facility for inmates. 
  • Seasonal gleaning of field crops which supports local food banks. 
  • The “Warm Hearts, Warm Homes” project, which involves the Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS), Oregon Department of Forestry (ODOF), and Powder River in a cooperative effort with private non-profit organizations and community partners to provide firewood gleaned from ODOF and private land sites to fixed income seniors, disabled persons, and persons utilizing subsidy services throughout Baker, Wallowa, and Union counties. 
  • Upkeep of the Leo Adler Parkway (walking path) through Baker City. 
  • Placing Neighborhood watch signs in the community for the Baker County Sheriff’s Office. 
  • Litter patrol of County roads throughout Baker County. 
  • Snow removal in the winter months for senior and disabled citizens. 
  • Maintenance, construction and other miscellaneous projects for local churches and other agencies at reduced costs. 
Multi-Agency Partnerships: 
  • Step Forward Activities, Inc. (QRF: Qualified Rehabilitation Facility) – Remanufacture printer and toner cartridges for public agencies. 
  • Cooperative effort with DHS, USFS, ODOF, Neighbor to Neighbor to provide firewood for elderly/indigent citizens who are under a subsidy program with DHS during the winter months. 
  • Outreach programs with schools designed to educate youth about the harmful effects of alcohol/drug abuse. 
  • Annual cleaning of Baker County Fairgrounds before and after the County Fair. 
  • Assistance to the various school districts in the county involving building and grounds maintenance. 
  • Assistance to Historic Baker City in maintaining the beautification of Main Street. 
  • Maintenance and upkeep of the Sumpter Valley Dredge State Park, Unity Lake State Park, and Clyde Holiday State Park. 
  • Fuel reduction services for the Baker City Watershed. 
  • Urban Interface projects for the citizens of the City of Sumpter. 
These partnerships save Oregon taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars each year.

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
​Powder River Correctional Facility (PRCF) is a minimum-security prison located in Baker City. PRCF opened November 9, 1989. PRCF serves as a transition and re-entry facility for DOC. Program-eligible inmates preparing for transition from prison back into their communities are sent to PRCF for alcohol and drug treatment. PRCF’s New Directions Alternative Incarceration Program (AIP) is a 128-bed treatment program for qualifying inmates. Inmates in this program are assigned to a highly regimented program that includes a daily routine of 14-16 hours of treatment, education, and transition classes in conjunction with institution and or community-based work.

Location: 
4005 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem, OR 97317
Directions​

Programs and Services offered at SCI:
  • Cognitive Programs
  • Substance Abuse Program
  • Education
  • Transition Programs
  • Health Services
  • Work Assignments (Measure 17)
  • Religious Services

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.​

About the Facility:

​Santiam Correctional Institution (SCI) was constructed in 1946 and used as an annex to the Oregon State Hospital for mental health patients. In 1960 the building was acquired by Fairview Home and given the name Frederic Prigg Cottage. 

In 1977 Prigg Cottage opened as a minimum custody pre-release center to ease overcrowded conditions at Oregon State Penitentiary, Oregon State Correctional Institution and Oregon Women's Correctional Center. During the 1980's, Prigg Cottage evolved into Corrections Division Release Center, the Department of Corrections Release Center, and finally, in 1990 became SCI. For efficiency SCI and Mill Creek Correctional Facility were administratively joined in 1992 under the management of one superintendent.
 
The institution places inmates in a full range of jobs and programs. Many of the labor-type jobs are in the form of crews contracting with state agencies, local organizations, and private industry within a 60-mile radius of Salem, Oregon. A variety of cognitive, substance abuse, transition and education programs are available to inmates housed at SCI. The prison complex sits on a 12-acre parcel with nine acres inside the perimeter fence.

Location: 
95200 Shutters Landing Lane, North Bend, OR  97459
Directions​

Programs and Services offered at SCCI:
  • Education/GED
  • Transition Programs
  • Pathfinders and Parenting
  • On and Offsite Work Programs
  • Wildland Fire and Camp Support Crews
  • Religious Services
  • Alcoholic and Narcotics Anonymous
  • Incentive Housing
  • Joys of Living Assistance Dogs Programs
  • Structural Firefighting Training
Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
Shutter Creek Correctional Institution (SCCI) was acquired from the U.S. General Services Administration at no cost to Oregon taxpayers in January 1990, this former Air National Guard radar station near North Bend has been converted into a 302-bed minimum-security prison. SCCI consists of 56 acres containing 20 buildings surrounded by forest land.  
  
Inmates at SCCI are minimum custody inmates within four years of release who qualify for minimum custody. Inmates work on the institution site in the physical plant, kitchen and dining hall, warehouse, receiving and discharge, laundry, landscaping, and as facility orderlies, and members of the SCCI fire department. Inmates also work on outside crews, primarily with the Department of Forestry, providing services throughout the year and as trained wildland firefighters. During the fire season, SCCI inmates are available for use in fighting wildland fires and providing fire camp support throughout the state.  
  
SCCI is also a regional re-entry facility for the counties of Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane, Jackson and Josephine. Minimum custody inmates who are nearing the end of their sentence and will be releasing to one of these six counties will typically be transferred to SCCI to participate in programming for release.

Location: 
777 Stanton Blvd., Ontario, Oregon 97914-8335
Directions

Programs and Services offered at SRCI:
  • 2nd Chance Animal Shelter
  • 12 Step and AA Freedom Seekers
  • Anger Management 
  • Art of Communication
  • Bal-A-Vis-X
  • Crochet
  • Dads4Life
  • Elijah House
  • Marriage Enrichment
  • Otino Waa
  • SRCI Quilters
  • Story Link
  • Toastmasters
  • Veterans Affairs

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:

  • Contact Center
  • Laundry
  • Sign Shop

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
​Snake River Correctional Institution (SRCI) is a multi-security facility which opened in August 1991. Although sited for 3,000 beds, only 576 medium security and 72 minimum security beds were constructed in Phase I. In 1994, the Oregon Legislative Assembly approved construction of the remaining 2,352 beds at a cost of $175 million, representing the largest state general funded public works project in state history. Many SRCI inmates worked in construction activities.
   
SRCI is the largest prison in Oregon with 2,336 medium-security beds, 154 minimum-security beds and 510 Special Housing beds, Administrative Segregation, Disciplinary Segregation, Intensive Management, and Infirmary. SRCI has several unique features such as decentralized inmate services that enable the department to separate various offenders into discrete housing units. It also has a comprehensive corridor system connecting housing, program, and work areas so that inmates can move from one area to another under all types of weather conditions.
Location: 
48300 Wilson River Hwy, Tillamook, OR 97141-9799
Directions

Programs and Services offered at SFFC:
  • Forestry Labor Program
  • Wildlife Rehabilitation Program
  • Tuffy Creek Fish Hatchery

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:
​South Fork Forest Camp (SFFC) is a minimum-security work camp located approximately 28 miles east of Tillamook, just off of Highway 6 along the Wilson River Highway. SFFC was established in 1951 and is a satellite facility to Columbia River Correctional Institution (CRCI), a minimum-security facility located in Portland. SFFC is managed jointly with the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF). 

Inmates support up to 15 ODF crews and one Oregon Parks and Recreation Department contract crew. They also provide support in SFFC’s physical plant, kitchen, laundry, and boot room. Some of the work done in conjunction with ODF is pre-commercial tree thinning, trapping of mountain beavers, tree planting, and chemical treatments for insect and disease control. The ODF cost to supervise and support an inmate field crew is $730 per crew, each day. 
 
Part of SFFC's mission is to supply a ready work force to combat forest or wild fires throughout the state. Crews provide critical support for statewide fire operations, recreation, and reforestation, as well as support for special projects such as sign making, metal fabrication and tool or equipment repair.

Crews also provide treatment for about 10,000 acres of young tree stands each year; build or maintain up to 105 miles of hiking trails; and maintain campgrounds, day use areas, and trailheads within the Northwest Oregon Area (NWOA).  
  
The first buildings at the camp were built at the Oregon State Penitentiary, brought in and set up at what is now SFFC. These first cabins were quite primitive, with tar-paper walls, no plumbing or heat and offered little in terms of comfort for the inmates initially assigned to the camp. Fifteen inmates were assigned to each cabin. 

The cabins in use at the camp today are constructed out of wood, all are fully plumbed, have showers and forced-air gas heat. Until October of 1996, they were heated with wood stoves, but to cut back on wood consumption, they were retrofitted with gas heat. Each cabin now houses twelve inmates. 

The road which runs along the front of the camp was the old stage coach road which ran from Forest Grove to Tillamook.
Location: 
82911 Beach Access Road, Umatilla, OR 97882

Programs and Services offered at TRCI:
  • Education (GED, ABE and ESL) 
  • Pathfinders and Thinking for Change
  • Parenting
  • Life Skills
  • Work assignments
  • Religious Services
  • Behavior Health Services
  • Health Services

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:

  • Laundry
  • Laundry Sort
  • Warehouse and Logistics
  • Wood Manufacturing

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:

​Two Rivers Correctional Institution's (TRCI) groundbreaking occurred on April 5, 1997. The institution was substantially complete on March 10, 2000. Operation of the housing units was phased in between December 1999 and September 2001, when the last housing unit was occupied, for a total inmate capacity of 1,632.

 
To lower costs and minimize inmate movements within the prison, it was designed to provide as many services as possible in the housing units. For instance, food trays are delivered to the housing units in heated carts. Outdoor activity yards are attached to each housing unit. Many programs are delivered on the housing units. 

TRCI is designated as an education and work facility for long-term inmates. The focus of its programs is Adult Basic Education and GEDs. Cognitive programs that teach and encourage self-change are also available. Inside work activities include institution maintenance and a commercial laundry. 

The prison provides minimum-custody inmate work crews for community service projects. It also sends crews out daily for other work projects, under contract primarily to government agencies. 
Inmate crews also work on landscaping projects on prison property.

Location: 

20654 Rabbit Hill Road, Lakeview, OR 97630-5000

Directions​

Programs and services offered at WCCF:

  • Host agency crews
  • Contract crews
  • On-site crews
  • Fire crews
  • Education
  • Transition programs
  • Work assignments
  • Religious services

Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:

  • Contact Center

Please contact the institution for a full list of programs and services.

About the Facility:

​​Warner Creek Correctional Facility (WCCF) is a minimum-security facility located four miles northwest of Lakeview. WCCF opened in September 2005. It received the State Energy Efficiency Design award in May 2008 for its progress in design efficiency. The most energy efficient element at WCCF is the use of geothermal energy, providing 100 percent of the hot water to the facility.

 

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