Our Programs

At Youth Progress we provide culturally responsive, trauma-informed, engagement-based, and youth-centered programs and services.  Our primary programs include:

Youth Progress Learning Center

Designed specifically to meet the academic, social & emotional, therapeutic and recreational needs of students, ages 13 – 18 who are in the care and custody of the Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) or the Department of Human Services (DHS).

College & Career Attainment Program

Prepares young adults for post-secondary and career success, as well as life-skills needed to transition into independent living after exiting the system. Includes a Career Center and Drop-in Center open M-F, after hours, youth go home to trained, caring proctor (foster) families.  The Career Center also serves transition-aged youth in our other programs.

Jordan House

Focused on leadership development and employment in a positive peer environment while also ensuring that the therapeutic, recreational, vocational, and independent living skills, needs of youth ages 17.5-25 in the custody of the Oregon Youth Authority are being met.

Smith House

Focused on offense-specific treatment work in a positive peer environment while also ensuring that the therapeutic, recreational, vocational, and independent living skills, needs of youth ages 16-25 in the custody of the Oregon Youth Authority are being met.

Community Collective

A new community-based program. Currently under development.  Launches November 1st. More details to follow soon.

FAMConnects

Recruiting, Certifying, and Training foster parents.  More details to follow soon

 

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