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Social Activities

Inmate Clubs and Activities

Inmate clubs have a long history at the Oregon Department of Corrections. Clubs and activities are invaluable for incarcerated men and women, as they provide the opportunity to forge the life skills needed to successfully return to the community. Inmate clubs, which are managed and supervised by the department, are an important part of the institutional environment. A wide range of activities and clubs are made available to all inmates regardless of age, race, national origin, religion or creed. 

Below is a small sampling of the many clubs and activities offered at our facilities—opportunities are changed and added based on volunteer availability and other factors. For more information on clubs and activities at a specific institution, please contact your inmate's facility.


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