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Services for Youth

Not all treatment programs are offered at every OYA facility. However, all facilities do offer an array of treatment to address developmental needs and risks related to criminal behavior.

Each youth’s treatment team selects the most appropriate combination of treatment programs based on the youth’s needs and personal characteristics.​

Elements of treatment for OYA youth include:
  • Addressing needs that are likely to lead to criminal behavior
  • Engaging families​
  • Addressing mental health or trauma
  • Addressing substance use
  • Teaching life and social skills​
  • Providing education and vocational training
  • Providing medical services

All youth are given the opportunity to participate in treatment groups to give them the knowledge and skills to be successful when they return to their communities. Individual case plans are developed for each youth shortly after they are admitted to Rogue Valley, and these include their required treatment groups.

Rogue Valley offers treatment for:

  • Sexually harming behaviors
  • Violent offenses
  • Fire-setting offenses
  • Mental health
  • Substance use - Rogue Valley is ​a certified substance use treatment site​
  • Social skills development​
  • Cognitive behavior treatment
  • Restorative justice
Learn more on the Treatment for OYA Youth page​, or by contacting your youth's case coordinator.​


While your child is with OYA, we will make sure their needs are met. This includes medical care, dental care, and mental health care. Rogue Valley YCF has a clinic with staff nurses as well as contracted doctors and dentists who come into the facility to treat youth. Mental health services are also provided on site.

Payment for medical services:  OYA pays for all necessary medical services for all youth in our correctional facilities. Youth are not eligible to receive Oregon Health Plan benefits while they are in OYA facilities.

Private health insurance: If you already have private health insurance for your youth, you should keep it, and let Rogue Valley know about it. If your youth needs emergency or specialty care somewhere outside of our facilities, your insurance could help pay for this. It also could get you a deduction on our child support payments.

Receiving medical information about your child:

OYA health service follows HIPAA privacy guidelines.  We are not allowed to release medical information about youth in our custody without a signed release.

  • Youth who are 14 and younger must have a release of information signed by Camp Tillamook's director.
  • Youth who are 15 and older must sign a release of information form before we can share their medical information.

If you have questions or want updates about your youth's medical care, please contact their case coordinator​.

Rogue Valley YCF Clinic Phone: 541-471-2862 ext. 56852

Clinic Fax: 541-479-4917

Learn more about OYA's health services.

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To successfully fulfill OYA's mission, we must ensure that we effectively meet the needs of all youth and communities, especially those who are marginalized.​

OYA works to provide culturally appropriate services at all our facilities, both for youth who identify as part of marginalized groups, and for all our youth to learn to understand and respect other cultures. Many, but not all, of these services are led by our Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations (OIIR). 

We provide services to meet the needs of many groups, including:

  • Native American
  • Latino
  • African American
  • Asian and Pacific Islander
  • LGBTQ+

We also provide a free tattoo removal program for any youth wishing to get rid of gang-related, sex trafficking-related, or other anti-social tattoos. Learn more on the OIIR webpage.

To learn more about our multicultural services, contact:

​Ann Butte
503-91​0-2866

Rogue Valley Contact:

Augie Munoz, Youth Services Coordinator
augie.munoz@oya.state.or.us
971-301-0089​

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Rogue Valley also provides enrichment opportunities for youth during their time here. These opportunities include:

  • Sweat lodge
  • Protestant, Catholic and Native American religious services
  • Latino group
  • African American group
  • LGBTQI group
  • Sports
  • Beading
  • Meditation/Yoga
  • Music group
  • CrossFit and other exercise programs






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