MCRI Partner Agencies
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Corrections Education Department, Chemeketa Community College www.chemeketa.edu
Serves the SOAR Program and those on parole and probation with employment and training.
CONTACT: Nancy Green, email@example.com
We provide employment and training services to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Parole and Probation clients that may include: on-the-job-training, job search assistance, career exploration, GED planning, and/or planning for higher education.
Marion County Health Department www.co.marion.or.us/hlt/
Marion County Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services
The Marion County Health Department provides alcohol & drug treatment and professional mentoring through the following services:
- Adult alcohol and drug outpatient services: offered in Salem & Woodburn.
- Intensive Treatment Recovery Services: for clients and families with Department of Human Services involvement.
- Methadone Treatment: medication assisted treatment.
- Education or treatment for DUII offenders.
- Restricted drivers license monitoring hardship licensing.
- Student Opportunity for Achieving Results reentry program for transitioning clients who have been incarcerated.
- Adolescent alcohol and drug treatment for ages 12 to 17 years old.
- Her Place transitional/residential alcohol and drug treatment for pregnant women or women with children up to age 5 years.
- Woodburn rural alcohol and drug treatment services.
- Professional & credentialed mentors who assist clients through recovery process.
- Latino alcohol and drug treatment offered in Salem & Woodburn.
Marion County Sheriff’s Office – Parole and Probation Division www.co.marion.or.us/SO/Probation/
Provides supervision of offenders placed on parole or probation.
CONTACT: Matt Meier, Mmeier@co.marion.or.us or 503-316-6617
Our goal is to reduce recidivism and promote public safety by incorporating the use of validated assessments to identify risk, need, and responsivity characteristics. We encourage the participation and collaboration of community-based social service agencies, and apply intensive cognitively based aftercare and relapse prevention strategies to the most significant areas of offender risk. We aspire for offenders being released into our community to have a positive reintegration by targeting meaningful offender intervention. Some of the specific services we provide to the offender population we serve are community supervision, institutional reach-ins and release orientation for family and friends of the releasing offender.
Mid Valley Mentors www.midvalleymentors.org
Provides one-to-one mentoring to offenders transitioning out of incarceration through the Reentry Solutions Program (RSP).
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-584-4865
Mid Valley Mentors (MVM) is a community-based nonprofit agency that provides support and transition services through mentoring programs. MVM’s Reentry Solutions Program provides mentoring to support inmates releasing from state prisons to live in Marion County. The Reentry Solutions Program strives to improve opportunities for successful community living and reduce offenders’ chances of returning to prison.
MVM recruits, screens and trains volunteers to match as mentors with clients releasing from prison. Mentors are matched with clients based on the client’s transition needs, personal interests and personality. Once matched, mentors and clients meet periodically prior to release from prison and weekly in the community after release.
Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency www.mycommunityaction.org
Providing, employment assistance, coordinated case management, information and referral, education assistance, GED preparation, support and advocacy, parenting and cognitive behavioral classes through CARS: Community Action Reentry Services.
CONTACT: Craig Bazzi, email@example.com
The Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency runs two programs that support the Marion County Reentry Initiative. They are:
The De Muniz Resource Center: Following the vision and support of former Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul J. De Muniz, the Center offers a location where individuals returning to the community after incarceration can find support and direction in accessing available community resources.
New Leaf: A mentoring program for formerly incarcerated women. Relationships are developed while the woman is still incarcerated and continue upon return to the community. The program provides intensive and supportive mentoring, including case management, one-on-one relationships and group support. Contact Debbie Allport Debbie.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.