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Young Women's Transition Program

General Information

 
​Young Women's Transition Program (click for map​)​
4400 Lochner Rd. SE
Albany, OR  97322​

541-791-5900 
FAX: 541-791-5937








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Population Served

  • ​Females
  • Budgeted capacity is 14 beds
  • Transition services
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Visitation

OYA recognizes the importance of interaction between youth in its custody and family and members of the community. These interactions allow youth to maintain contact with their families and community, and contribute to effective planning for youths' treatment needs.
 

 

  • All visitors first must get approval from the facility and their youth's unit manager, using this form: Request for Visit Form
  • You must schedule your visit before you come. Sunday visits must be scheduled before noon on the prior Thursday, and Tuesday visits must be scheduled before noon on the prior Sunday. To schedule, call 541-791-5995.

 

Video Visits

OYA offers the opportunity for families to have video visits with their youth in close custody by using the Skype for Business application on a phone, desktop computer, or other device.

Connecting with Youth Using Skype for Business
For general questions about how you may use Skype for visits with your youth or how to schedule these visits, contact their Case Coordinator or Living Unit Manager.
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Keeping Our Environments Safe

The Oregon Youth Authority wants to make sure the buildings in our facilities are safe for everyone who uses them.

We monitor, test, and have plans for dealing with several potential environmental issues in our facilities.
 
Lead in Water
In 2017, we did lead and copper testing on water from all outlets used for drinking or cooking at all facilities. Learn about the test results and our remediation work on our Testing Water for Lead webpage.
Asbestos
Some materials used to construct buildings at some of OYA's facilities contain asbestos. Learn which facilities, and about how we have safely managed these materials, by reading our fact sheet on asbestos.
 
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