River Rock

River Rock is designated as a BRS Intensive Behavior Support (6) serving 12 all gender youth ages 14 to 17 in a staff-secure, trauma-informed environment with a focus on inclusion, healing, autonomy, and personal growth to allow for step down to a less restrictive environment. Youth participate in programming to include intensive group and Individual counseling, individual skills building, and group and individual outings daily.

Curriculum

The program is designed around an evidence- based cognitive-behavioral restructuring model, a model proven highly effective in addressing youth behavioral issues. This model educates youth of the connection between their thoughts, attitudes, and emotions to their behaviors; to identify "thinking barriers" and substitute responsible thinking, and to increase pro-social thinking and skills through modeling and role-play practices. Each youth accepted into the River Rock Program is assigned a counselor who assesses the youth's individual needs. The River Rock Program utilizes an evidence-based curriculum, including:

  • Aggression Replacement Training (ART)
  • Behaving
  • Charting a New Course
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbooks
  • Efficacy
  • Feeling
  • Skill-Streaming
  • Thinking

Activities & Education

Additionally, youth attend school, have daily recreational activities, and, as applicable, also have weekly counseling sessions with a Mental Health Specialist and/or weekly individual and group counseling with a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. Program completion expected in 3 to 6 months.

Program Details

  • Address:
    205 SE Jackson Street
    Roseburg, Oregon 97470
  • Age Range: 14 to 17
  • Bedrooms: Mostly single rooms. Capacity for some double, triple, or quadruple occupancy.
  • Contracted Beds: (Department of Human Services - Child Welfare) 12
  • Facility Name: River Rock at Creekside
  • Gender Served: Multi-gender
  • Program Name: River Rock
  • Program Type: BRS Intensive Behavior Support
  • Provider: Douglas County Juvenile Department