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Behavioral Change and Support Groups

Addressing Challenges at the Root

From the point of intake into the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) to their eventual release, the Correctional Services Division first identifies an inmate’s educational, parental, medical, treatment and other case management needs, and works to provide the services and interventions needed to help inmates prepare for successful return to their families and communities.

With the help of private contractors, DOC offers both alcohol and drug programs and services as well as cognitive restructuring (also known as behavioral change) programs for inmates. Listed below are a few examples of the types of support offered, but this varies by facility location. For information on programs and groups available to your incarcerated friend or loved one, contact their facility.

Programs and Groups

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