Oregon Youth Authority:
The Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) organization provides public safety, reformation and accountability to delinquent youth who are considered too dangerous to the public or to themselves to remain in the community. OYA institutional programs consist of Secure Youth Correctional Facilities, Work/Study Camps and Youth Accountability Camps, along with residential treatment programs. OYA Parole and Probation Services provide services and supervision for delinquent youth living in the community after a residential placement.
Oregon Department of Human Services Child Welfare Office:
The mission of the Child Welfare office is to protect Oregon’s abused and neglected children and to provide them with safe and permanent families. The agency assesses the risk of abuse and neglect and intervenes when children are not protected. The Department of Human Services Child Welfare office works in a partnership with social service providers, law enforcement, juvenile corrections, courts, schools and child advocates providing services for abused and neglected children.
Management Training Corporation:
Management Training Corporation (MTC) works closely with the Clatsop County Juvenile Department. Since 1999, MTC has been awarded an Oregon Youth Conservation Corps grant that is used to coordinate a community service youth crew. As a part of this community service work crew, youth are able to pay off restitution, fees, and court ordered fines. Job sites included home construction with Habitat for Humanity, site preparation for a wetland, trail maintenance at Fort Stevens State Park, maintenance of county municipal parks and many more county work projects.
Columbia Memorial Hospital:
Columbia Memorial Hospital and the Juvenile Department collaborate to provide an educational class for first-time alcohol and drug offenders and their parents and a tobacco education class.
Commission on Children & Families:
The Oregon Commission on Children and Families (OCCF) is a partnership of citizens and professionals working together to improve the lives of children and families in the local community. OCCF supports and facilitates comprehensive planning for all children and families. OCCF supports and provides flexible funding for the following organizations Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), childhood care and education, crisis relief nurseries, First Steps, Healthy Start Family Support and Positive Youth Development.
Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare:
Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare provides mental health services for Clatsop County. Individual, family and group services are provided.