Volunteers of America Oregon

Reentry and Transition

Community Partner Reinvestment

Helps young men get back on track after incarceration and helps families break the cycle of gang association. This program delivers a coordinated menu of treatment, recovery, and re-entry services to high-risk men in prison, jail, and community settings.

Moving Forward

Coordinates a supportive team with a comprehensive menu of housing, mentors, employment, family, and treatment services provided in connection with parole and probation services. Justice Reinvestment Program (JRP) is a second chance for individuals to stay in our community.

Treatment Readiness

Seeks to engage and motivate individuals at Inverness Jail to increase their readiness to engage in treatment upon release. VOA Oregon utilizes evidenced-based practices and curricula designed to engage people and create relationships before release to reduce their risk to re-offend.

Reentry Enhancement Coordination

Designed to close gaps in services for those transitioning from prison back to the community. Serves men and women who have severe addictions and completed treatment during their incarceration, who will benefit from assistance in securing housing, treatment, and employment after release.

Dedicated to helping those most vulnerable, the abused and those in need of a second chance.