Intake and assessment for the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) takes place at the Coffee Creek Intake Center (CCIC) located at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (CCCF) in Wilsonville, Oregon. All individuals sentenced to serve time with Oregon DOC enter through this facility, except when safety or security concerns require DOC to use a different process. The intake and assessment process requires roughly 30 days to complete. During this time, inmates take part in several assessments, explained in the links to the left hand side of this page.
At the end of the intake process, male inmates are scheduled to move to their assigned long-term facility and female inmates are removed from intake status but stay at CCCF.
The intake and assessment unit at CCIC also works closely with the Oregon Youth Authority
(OYA) to process juvenile offenders who committed their crime under the age of 18 but have been sentenced as adults. Typically, their intake process is much shorter and juvenile movement within the facility is restricted for safety reasons. If the offender is under the age of 18 at the time of commitment, they will go directly to OYA for the intake process. For information on juvenile intake, please visit the OYA website
Click the links on the left hand side to learn more about the Intake and Assessment Process.
For general intake questions, please call (503) 570-2270.