CCPC offers therapeutic foster care for youth referred through various programs affiliated with the Oregon Youth Authority, the Oregon Department of Human Services, and the Clackamas County Juvenile Department.
Therapeutic foster homes (also known as “Proctor Homes”) provide a stable environment for youth to live and receive services, with the goal of transitioning back into the community. These homes provide a higher level of care and supervision than “typical” foster homes, due to the specialized needs of the youth.
CCPC provides all youth in therapeutic foster care with counseling (individual, family, and group, as necessary), educational support, vocational support, and skill building curriculum. Each youth is provided with an individualized service plan, and the therapeutic foster homes work directly alongside CCPC case managers, counselors, mentors, and other staff to implement each client’s plan.
Find out more about becoming a therapeutic foster parent
Please visit our “Become a Foster Parent” page for more information and a chance to get in touch with us.