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Residential Programs

What are residential programs?

OYA has contracts with service providers for two types of community care: residential programs and proctor care. These programs are for youth on parole or probation.

  • Residential programs: Youth receive treatment and services in a residential community setting. Youth live temporarily outside their homes and in a facility where they can be monitored by trained staff who provide safe, effective, evidence-based services. Most residential programs have school on site.
  • Proctor care: One to three youth live in a family home in the community. Proctor programs provide their proctor parents with training, monitoring, support, and coaching. Proctor parents and program staff provide services to youth. Some youth in proctor care go to school in the community and some go to school at the program.

How to Visit Youth

**COVID-19 Notice: The pandemic may affect visiting for the residential programs. For the latest information, please contact your youth's program.

Youth at all our residential programs are allowed to receive visits and have scheduled visits home. The times for visits vary for each program.

Visitors need to receive approval first. This is how the process usually works: 
  • Youth submit requests for visitors to the staff at their residential program and to their OYA juvenile parole/probation officer (JPPO). 
  • Staff from the program, the youth, their family, and their treatment team will meet together to decide on goals, a treatment plan, and who will be allowed to visit the youth. This plan also includes whether youth are allowed to have home visits.
To learn more about how to visit your youth, contact their residential program or their JPPO.

How to Contact Youth

Youth in OYA residential programs usually cannot have a cell phone or email access. 

However, they are able to make and receive phone calls and send and receive regular mail. Approved contacts can also call the program and make arrangements to speak with their youth.

To learn more about how to contact your youth, contact their program or their JPPO.

Youth Property

When a youth goes to a residential program or proctor home, we provide them with basic clothing, hygiene items, and other necessities. OYA staff work with residential program staff to make sure that our youth have all the items they need, including personal care items.

Youth are allowed to have some of their personal items from home, and families may provide their youth with additional items, if they wish. 

However, we highly recommend you do not give them items of significant value or personal importance. OYA is not responsible for youths’ personal items that go missing. Our programs may also have limits on how many personal items youth may have, due to limited storage space.

If you have questions about items for your youth, contact their program or their JPPO.

List of Residential Programs

Please note: The decision of where a youth is placed is made by their treatment team, in consultation with the youth and their family, and based on the youth's needs as well as where openings are available. The list below is only meant to help you learn more about the program where your youth is placed.

Address: 58787 Hwy. 101, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Phone: 541-269-5444 or 541-269-7694

Bob Belloni Boys Ranch serves up to 16 male OYA youth, ages 13 to 18. It provides residential treatment in a structured environment and assists youth in:
  • ​developing coping skills;
  • achieving a greater sense of competency and responsibility; and 
  • improving self esteem.
Programs include: 
  • ​Drug and alcohol education and support groups
  • On-site alternative school, or the chance to attend public school, if appropriate
  • Structured group living
  • Vocational program services
  • Services to help youth transition out of custody​
  • Treatment for sexually harming behaviors
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​​Website: www.communityoutreachinc.org​
Address: 865 NW Reiman Ave., Corvallis, OR 97330​
Phone: 541-758-3000​

This is a ​transitional housing program OYA youth, ages 18-25. Services include supervised housing, mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment, vocational assessment and training, transitional living classes, mentoring, and skill development. The program also provides on-site child care, a medical clinic, alcohol and drug treatment, and mental health counseling.

​Website: www.connections365.org
Address: 4890 32nd Ave. SE, Salem, OR 97317
Phone: 503-588-5647​

Run by Connections365, Compass is a proctor care program that serves up to 2 male OYA youth, ages 12-17. This program is geared toward youth transitioning from a youth correctional facility back into the community, youth moving from other residential programs, or those needing a place where they get an increased level of supervision and support.

Compass provides treatment services to a variety of types of youth, including those who have issues with substance abuse, mental health, or gang involvement.

Services include:

  • Building skills to transition back into the community, either by living independently or reuniting with a family member
  • A public school setting
  • Skill streaming
  • Community garden participation

Website: www.connections365.org
Address: 4890 32nd Ave. SE, Salem, OR 97317
Phone: 503-588-5647

Run by Connections365, IGO is an independent living, proctor care program that serves up to 3 female OYA youth, ages 14-17. It is geared toward youth who are transitioning from Oak Creek Youth Correctional Facility back into the community, are moving from other residential programs, or who need a place that has an increased level of supervision and support.

Services include:

  • Independent living skills
  • Learning how to transitional successfully back into the community, either to independent living or by reuniting with a family member
  • Job skills training and job search skills
  • Public school setting
  • Skill streaming
  • Truthought
  • Community garden participation

​Website: www.connections365.org
Address: 4890 32nd Ave. SE, Salem, OR 97317
Phone: 503-588-5647

​Run by Connections365, Project 180 is a short-term program for up to five male OYA youth, ages 12-18. It is geared toward youth who are on probation in the community and are at risk of commiting a probation violation. Project 180 helps these youth stabilize so that they can return to their residential/community placement rather than being committed to a youth correctional facility.

Services include:

  • Individual and group counseling and skill building
  • Variety of treatment programs
  • Exercise program
  • Community service opportunities
  • Educational opportunities
  • Gardening program​

Website: www.connections365.org
Address: 4890 32nd Ave. SE, Salem, OR 97317
Phone: 503-588-5647

​The Continuum is an intensive behavioral support program that serves up to 4 male OYA youth, ages 14-19. It is geared toward youth who have difficulty regulating their emotions because they have experienced complex developmental trauma or they have other mental health concerns.

Services include:

  • Intensive behavioral support
  • Single rooms
  • Transitional services when youth move in and out of the program
  • Individual counseling and skill building
  • Alternative school setting in a self-contained classroom
  • Independent living skills

Website: ​www.haaghome.org
Address: 881 W 6th Ave., Junction City, OR 97448
Phone: 541-998-2163

Haag Home serves up to 12 male OYA youth in a basic residential program, and up to 5 male OYA youth in an independent living program. Youth are ages 16 and older.

Haag Home is geared toward youth who are on parole or probation. Services include:

  • ​Preparation for independent living
  • Structured group living
  • Vocational and job skills training
  • After-care monitoring for youth who have completed sex offender treatment
  • Drug and alcohol counseling
  • GED/high school diploma completion
  • Individual and group counseling
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Mailing Address: PO Box 1325, Pendleton, OR 97801
Physical Address: 816 SE 15th St., Pendleton, OR 97801
Phone: 541-276-5433

Homestead has a basic residential program for up to 15 male youth, and a proctor care program for up to 10 male youth. Both serve youth ages 12-17. They are geared toward at-risk youth or youth who are on probation or parole.

Services include:

  • Drug and alcohol assessment and education
  • Group, individual, and family counseling
  • On-site public schooling
  • Family, psychological, and sexual assessments​

Website: www.jbarj.org
Address: 63360 NW Britta St. #1, Bend, OR 97701
Phone: 541-678-3665

J5 is a short-term program that serves up to 22 male OYA youth, ages 13-24. It is geared toward youth who are already in OYA custody and are at risk of having their parole or probation status revoked and being committed to a youth correctional facility.

Services include:

  • Individualized stabilization planning
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Evidence-based approaches
  • Education completion
  • Vocational skills development
  • Life skills development and practice​
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Website: ​www.jbarj.org
Address: 19 SW Century Drive, Bend, OR 97702
Phone: 541-382-0934

The Loft (Living Options for Teens) is an independent living program for up to 6 female OYA youth, ages 17 1/2-21. The Loft is a structured, life skills modeling environment that uses evidence-based approaches such as positive youth development trauma-informed care, and harm reduction.

Services include:

  • Educational completion
  • Vocational skills development
  • Life skills development and practice
  • In-house alcohol and drug treatment groups​

Website: ​www.jbarj.org
Address: 62895 Hamby Road, Bend, OR 97701
Phone: 541-678-3665

​Boys Ranch is a residential treatment program serving up to 28 male OYA youth, ages 13-19.

Located on a 40-acre ranch, J Bar J uses evidence-based practices to teach that freedom and responsibility go hand in hand. The program helps youth understand the origins of their self-defeating behaviors and provides mechanisms and structure to successfully address mistaken believes.

Services include: 

  • Structured group living
  • An accountability-based treatment model
  • Drug and alcohol information
  • On-site, accredited school
  • Sport-oriented activity programs
  • Treatment for sex offenses
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Website: ​www.jbarj.org
Address: 62895 Hamby Road, Bend, OR 97701
Phone: 541-678-3665

​The Apartment is an independent living program serving up to 3 male OYA youth, ages 17 1/2-23. Residents receive training in independent living skills, including:

  • budgeting
  • shopping
  • meal preparation
  • cleanliness
  • time management
Youth have the chance to show application of treatment, develop professional and vocational skills by finding employment, save money for transitioning back to the community, and continue their education.

Services include:
  • Evidence-based approaches
  • Education completion and vocational development
  • Life skills development and practice
  • In-house alcohol and drug treatment
  • Comprehensive mental health and medical referrals​
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Website: www.janusyouth.org
Address: 2445 SE Hawthorne, Portland, OR 97214
Phone: 503-708-7356

Buckman is an independent living residential treatment program that serves up to 19 male youth, ages 17-24. It is geared toward youth who were adjudicated for sex offenses. The program helps these youth practice and learn to demonstrate healthy behaviors in the community, and teaches them independent living skills.

Services include:

  • Sex offender assessment and treatment
  • Problem solving/conflict resolution
  • Responsibility-based group living
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Training in independent living, employment, and social skills
  • Family clarification
  • Education programs

Website: www.janusyouth.org
Address: 8212 SW Locust, Tigard, OR 97223
Phone: 503-244-2068

Cordero is a residential treatment program that serves up to 13 male OYA youth, ages 14-19. It is geared toward youth who need treatment for sex offenses. The program also serves youth who have executive functioning challenges such as Asperger's, complications from brain trauma, or fetal alcohol or methamphetamine addiction.

Cordero provides a community-based setting with a high level of structure and supervision. Mental health therapists assess each youth's needs and provide diagnosis. 

Services include:

  • ​Long-term treatment for sex offenses
  • Alcohol and drug assessment, education, and treatment
  • Structure group living
  • On-site high school, certified through the Tigard-Tualatin School District
  • Opportunities for online college courses, GED preparation, and participation at Tigard High School
  • Individual, group, and family counseling
  • Parent education group

Website: ​www.janusyouth.org
Address: 3632 N Trenton St., Portland, OR 97217
Phone: 971-754-5450

Rivera is an independent living program that serves up to 9 OYA youth. Rivera's goal is to create a safe and supportive community environment for LGBTQ+ youth. Rivera will also work with any female youth, regardless of LGBTQ+ affiliation.​​​

Services include:

  • ​Skill-building, modeling, and assistance practicing skills in the community
  • Hands-on support, observation and feedback to youth in the community
  • Supervised, planned community activities
  • Accompanying youth as they make positive social connections in the community
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Address: 3331 Vandenberg Rd., Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Phone: 541-851-3925

This program serves up to 9 female OYA youth, ages 12-18. It is a short-term program geared toward youth who are at risk of having a parole violation. The program includes intensive treatment for substance abuse, skills training, in-house education, and help transitioning back into the community.

Services include:

  • Structured group living
  • Social services delivered by a qualified mental health professional
  • On-site alternative school
  • Skills building groups and individuals
  • Group and individual therapy
  • Mental and physical health treatment
  • Assessments and medication management
  • Drug and alcohol treatment

​Website: www.lookingglass.us
Address: 2655 Martin Luther King Blvd., Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541-868-7855

The Parole and Probation Revocation Diversion (PRD) program serves up to 7 male youth, ages 12-24, who are on OYA parole or probation. This short-term program provides stabilization services for youth who are at-risk of parole or probation revocation. The program aims to enhance youths' motivation for success in a community placement.

Services include:

  • Motivation enhancement therapy
  • Individualized stabilization planning
  • Mental health assessment and treatment
  • Alcohol and drug use assessment and treatment
  • Individual and group treatment
  • On-site educational and vocational program
  • Skill-building groups
  • Yoga, arts, and recreational opportunities​

Website: ​www.lookingglass.us
Address: 2655 Martin Luther King Blvd., Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541-868-7855

​Pathways Boys is a residential program serving up to 7 male OYA youth, ages 12-17. Pathways focuses on youth who are struggling with drug and alcohol use/abuse/addiction and mental health issues.

Services include:

  • Alcohol and drug treatment
  • Mental health treatment
  • Anger management
  • Cognitive/behavioral treatment
  • Individual, group, and family counseling​
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Website: ​www.lookingglass.us
Address: 2655 Martin Luther King Blvd., Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541-868-7855

Pathways Girls is an intensive residential program for up to 8 female OYA youth, ages 14-18. It is both a short-term program to help youth stabilize, and a long-term treatment program. It is geared toward youth with mental health or substance abuse treatment needs.

Services include:

  • Mental health assessment and treatment
  • Alcohol and drug use assessment and treatment
  • Psychiatric consultation
  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Independent living skills
  • On-site education and vocational opportunities
  • Recreation
  • Community service
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Website: ​www.lookingglass.us
Address: 2517 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541-342-4293

Stepping Stone Boys is a residential treatment program for up to 16 male OYA youth, ages 12-17. Treatment services include:

  • ​individual, group, and family counseling
  • individual and group skills training
  • treatment for sex offenses
  • on-site school
  • outpatient alcohol and drug treatment
  • referral for job skills training and job placement
  • independent living skills training
  • psychiatric consultation
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school classroom

Website: www.morrisonkids.org
Address: 11035 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, OR 97220
Phone: 503-736-6565

Breakthrough is a proctor care program that provides substance abuse services for up to 8 male OYA youth, ages 13-18. This program uses a day treatment format combined with a proctor care model. 

Breakthrough is comprehensive and intensive, lasting from six to nine months. It is designed to help youth successfully return to their families or to transition to an independent living program.

Services include:

  • Structured living environment
  • Alcohol and drug treatment services
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • ​On-site school
  • Day treatment
  • Individual, group, and family counseling to work through addiction and behavior issues
  • Services to help youth transition out of custody and back into the community

Website: www.morrisonkids.org
Address: 11035 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, OR 97220
Phone: 503-736-6646

Counterpoint is a proctor care program serving up to 11 male OYA youth, ages 13-18. It is an evidence-based program that provides treatment for sexual offenses.

Counterpoint uses a day treatment format combined with a proctor care model. The program is comprehensive and intensive, lasting an average of 18 months. It is designed to help youth successfully return to their families or to transition to an independent living program.

Services include: 

  • On-site education
  • Treatment for sex offenses
  • Alcohol and other drug treatment services
  • Treatment focused on past traumas
  • Individual, family, and group counseling

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Website: www.nextdoorinc.org​
Address:​ 965 Tucker Rd.​, Hood River, OR 97031
Phone: 541-386-6665​

​Klahre House is a residential treatment program serving up to 15 male OYA youth, ages ​13-17. ​It offers day treatment and educational services in a proctor setting. The program provides a highly structured, therapeutic environment that emphasizes individual treatment planning, experiential growth, academic progress and behavior change as well as support for the families of the youth in care.

Services include: 

  • ​​Structured living model with skill building
  • ​On-site licensed alternative school, with options to attend public school or community college
  • Pre-employment training
  • Alcohol and drug assessment
  • Mental health treatment
  • Treatment for sexually aggressive youth​

​Website: www.norcor.co/juvenile

211 Webber Road, The Dalles, OR 97058

Phone: 541-298-1447

The Northern Oregon Regional Correction Facility (NORCOR) Youth Care Center is a detention-based program that serves male youth, ages 14-17, who are pending placement with the Oregon Youth Authority or who are at risk of placement in a youth correctional facility. The program uses a developmental approach to increase youths’ skills in pro-social and legally acceptable behavior, and to stabilize youth for longer-term program placement or return to home.

Services include:
  • Interventions to increase positive social skills
  • Engagement in services to address risk factors leading to criminal behavior
  • Alcohol and drug education and treatment
  • Education and vocational skills
  • Physical and mental health assessments
  • Special education services
  • Transition planning and treatment readiness
  • Recreation and community involvement



Website: www.nwyouthdiscovery.org​
Mailing Address: 70 SW Century Dr. Suite 100-118, Bend, OR 97702
Site Address: 61850 Dobbin Road, Bend, OR 97702
Phone: 541-508-8906

​​Northwest Youth Discovery is a residential program that serves up to 9 OYA​ youth, ages 13-17.​ They use evidence-based approaches to target those psychosocial, emotional, and behavioral issues that have impeded clients from achieving their full potential.​

Education services are a priority, and youth have the opportunity to attend schools in the Bend-LaPine School District and work toward a high school diploma or GED.​ There are also opportunities to pursue ​vocational training through community college and work programs.

Services include: 

  • Goal development
  • After-care services
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Therapeutic work experience and recreation
  • Crisis support
  • Educational support
  • C​ulinary experience
  • Cultural/spiritual involvement
  • Independent living skills​​
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Website: www.oregoncommunityprograms.org
Address: 1170 Pearl St., Eugene, OR 97401​
Phone: 541-743-4340​

OCP is a proctor care program for up to ​13 youth, male or female, ages ​12-18. It provides community-based treatment as an alternative to group care and institutionalization. The program focuses on youth who have a history of chronic law violations, multiple adjustment and behavioral/ emotional difficulties, including family problems, poor peer relations, school failure, minimal school performance, low self-esteem and mental health concerns.​

Services include:

  • ​Structured living environment
  • Therapeutic Foster Care using an evidence-based model
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Youth attend public school
  • Individual and family therapy
  • Skills building

Website: www.pcreek.org
Address: 22518 S Parrott Creek Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: 503-266-3050​

Parrott Creek offers two programs for OYA youth:

  • A shelter for up to 3 youth, ages 13-18, that provides 30-90-day evaluation and assessment services. The program is an alternative to detention for youth from Clackamas County, as well as a short-term stabilization program for youth on OYA probation or who are waiting to go to another residential program. On-site schooling is provided.
  • ​A residential treatment facility in a rural setting for up to ​​​​up to 19 youth, ages 14-18​, who would otherwise be placed in a youth correctional facility.​​ Services at the residential facility include:
    • ​Structured group living
    • On-site school program
    • Individual, group and family counseling
    • Average length of stay 6-8 months
    • Alcohol and drug counseling
    • ​​Vocational/occupational counseling and assistance​
    • Treatment for sex offenses​

Website: www.polkyouthservices.com​
Address: ​16140 West Ellendale Rd., Dallas, OR 97338
Phone: 503-623-3310

This is a proctor care program that provides a community-based treatment alternative to group care and institutionalization for up to 12 male OYA youth, ages 12-17.​ Youth Programs focuses on youth who have a history of chronic law violations, and multiple adjustment and behavioral and emotional problems, including family problems, poor peer relations, school failure, minimal school performance, low self-esteem and mental health problems.​

Services include:

  • Structured living environment
  • Therapeutic foster care
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Youth attend public school
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Psycho-social skills training
  • Mental health treatment
  • Transition services
  • Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment
  • Skills training
  • Independent living and relapse prevention groups​​​

​Website: www.sponsorsinc.org
Address: 338 Highway 99N, Eugene, OR 97402​
Phone: 541-485-8341​

Sponsors is a short-term transitional housing program for OYA youth, ages 18 and older. They provide housing for young men and women with criminal histories and offer a range of services designed to reduce future criminal behavior. This includes mentoring, cognitive behavioral therapy, employment services, educational programming, substance abuse treatment, and housing for people convicted of sex offenses.

Website: www.stmaryshomeforboys.org​
Address: 16535 SW Tualatin Valley Highway, Beaverton, OR 97006
Phone: 503-649-5651 

Founded in 1889, St. Mary’s provides a 33-acre residential campus for up to ​34 male OYA youth, ages 13-17. Treatment includes individual, group, and family counseling along with multiple skill training, education, and transition experiences. Services are available for fire setters, those who require stabilization, assessment, and evaluation, as well as youth who committed sex offenses.

Services include:
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Aggression Replacement Training
  • Structured group living 
  • On-site school through the Northwest Regional Education Service District's Levi Anderson Learning Center
  • On-site alcohol and drug education
  • Skill training
  • Counseling
  • Mental health treatment
  • Services to help youth transition back to the community
  • Groups include mindfulness, grief and loss, and support for abuse survivors
  • Mentoring program
  • Indoor swimming pool, high school gym, basketball team, athletic field for softball and soccer
  • Summer enrichment program that includes classes from OMSI, Chess for Success, and Oregon Children's Theatre
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Address: 301 NW F Street, Grants Pass, OR 97526
Phone: 541-474-5486 ext. 4020

Turning Point is a residential treatment program that serves up to 3 male or female OYA youth, ages 13-17. This program helps prepare youth for a successful transition into a less-restrictive community-based treatment program, foster or proctor care home, a home with intensive community-based services, or independent living situations. The program helps youth increase their awareness of the connection between thoughts, attitudes,
and behavior; identify risky or anti-social thoughts; increase understanding that beliefs and attitudes can be changed; and develop or increase thoughts/skills leading to positive social behavior.

Services include: 
  • ​individual assessment and evaluation to establish treatment goals
  • individual and group counseling
  • individual and group skill-building
  • alcohol and drug treatment
  • recreational, cultural, and gender-specific activities
  • primary health care
  • referrals for mental health assessment and services

Website: www.youthprogress.org
Site Address: 7916 SE Foster Road, Portland, OR 97206 
Mailing Address: 12141 NE Halsey, Portland, OR 97220​
Phone: 503-233-6121

This program provides two different settings for male OYA youth:

  • Proctor Homes: In this setting, youth ages 16-24 live in a proctor home with one or two other youth. They participate in a day treatment program on weekdays, and are in their proctor home at all other times. Services include individual and family counseling, education, vocational training, independent living skills, and life skills classes.
  • Independent Living Program: ​In this program, youth ages 17 1/2-24 either attend school at the main office during the day, or are job searching, completing treatment, or in the community working. Services include individual and family counseling, education, vocational training, independent living skills, and life skills classes.




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