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Transitional Housing Services > Ex-Offender Halfway Houses
Ex-Offender Halfway HousesCommunity-based programs that provide congregate living arrangements and a wide variety of counseling and supportive services for ex-offenders who recently have been released from a correctional facility but who require a gradual transition from that highly structured and supervised way of a life to a relatively free and normal existence in the community.
8 Locations offering the requested services. Providers are listed by city
CALVARY CHAPEL DALLAS
628 SE Jefferson Street
Dallas, OR 97338
(503) 831-1074 Main phone
(503) 569-5443 Message Phone - Larry
Notes: Transitional housing for men coming out of incarceration; Be advised, there are specific requirements of the men in the program including church and church activity attendance.
338 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 485-8341 Main phone
SPONSORS, INC.SPONSORS, INC. - WOMEN'S TRANSITION PROGRAM
767 W 8th Ave
Eugene, OR 97402
SPONSORS, INC. - WOMEN'S TRANSITION PROGRAM
(541) 485-6738 Main phone
WELCOME HOME OREGON
106 NW F Street #65
Grants Pass, OR 97526
(541) 474-5178 Intake
WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONSWASHINGTON COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER
260 SW Adams Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97123
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER
(503) 846-4300 Main phone Main number
(503) 846-4330 FAX
BRIDGES TO CHANGE
207 7th Avenue
Oregon City, OR 97045
STEPPING OUT MINISTRIES
PO Box 12277
Salem, OR 97309
(503) 363-2805 Main phone
Notes: Program is currently operating day to day, please call for information.
BREAKING FREE MINISTRIES
507 E 4th Plain Boulevard
Vancouver, WA 98663
(360) 737-9869 Main phone
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