Corrections Programs

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No matter how you got here, we can help you get back on track.

Bridgeway’s Corrections Program is certified by the Oregon Health Authority, and provides rehabilitation services for those struggling with drug and alcohol problems, mental health symptoms, and criminal behavior that has led to justice system involvement.

Connected to the Community

We want to help get people on your side, and lower your risk of re-offending. We collaborate closely with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to facilitate communication with DHS workers, probation officers, and employers about your needs, challenges, and progress.

Professionally Centered, Peer Supported

Bridgeway ensures every individual is treated with dignity, compassion, and encouragement. Along with the services of our counseling and medical staff, individuals will receive personal support from certified drug and certified recovery mentors who are also experiencing a life free from addiction. Their mission is to ease your transition and support your recovery by helping to facilitate safe living environments, employment opportunities, and social connections.

Individualized Treatment Supports

Treatment is tailored to your individual needs, barriers you may need help with, building your motivation to achieve your goals, increasing your support system and helping you create a positive relationship with your probation or parole officer. The length of your care will depend on the progress you make towards your goals and your supervision requirements.

Programs

Bridgeway, in partnership with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, offers a wide range of services. These include treatment supports while individuals are incarcerated in one of the Oregon prisons, Marion County jail, or the Marion County Transition Center — and to those who are out of custody and on some form of local control supervision.

Our treatment team will work in collaboration with the courts, parole/probation department, DHS, transitional housing resources and other community partners to help individuals transition back into the community and reintegrate into positive support systems. They will develop a personalized relapse prevention plan that outlines risky behaviors and coping skills to use to avoid a return to substance abuse and criminal behavior.

Contact us

(503) 363-2021