Oslc Community Programs

A nonprofit organization

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OSLC Community Programs (OCP) is a private, non-profit corporation, incorporated in Oregon. The purpose of the organization is to provide evidence-based child and family treatment and consulting services to individuals, agencies, and government entities. OCP attains these objectives by conducting treatment, consultation, and training services, and participating in the planning, design, and implementation of community-based services aimed at promoting positive child adjustment and family life.

MTFC-Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care

MTFC is an alternative to placement in group/residential care settings (e.g., incarceration or psychiatric hospitalization); with youth placed singularly in well-trained and supported community foster homes.

The major goals of MTFC are to create supports and opportunities for youth so they can live successfully in the community, and to prepare their parents or other aftercare family to assist the youth in maintaining the gains made while in MTFC upon returning home.


Early Intervention Foster Care Program

Established in 1996, the EIFC Program has served over 100 kids between the ages of 3 to 6 years of age. The children are typically in the program for 6-18 months. To qualify, children must have had multiple placements in foster care. Children who qualify for services from EC Cares and are currently in foster care are considered eligible, but EC Cares eligibility is not required for EIFC treatment.

Monitor Program

Founded in 1983, the Monitor Program has served over 300 youths, ages 12 to 18, referred because of chronic or severe problems with delinquency. The Monitor Program is funded by county and state juvenile justice. Clinical trials have demonstrated the effectiveness of this program in reducing recidivism and helping youth to experience personal, academic, social, and financial successes.

Nexus Program

Established in 2008, the Nexus Program provides behavioral rehabilitative services to boys and girls ages 6 to 13 with emotional and behavioral issues. Children are referred by the Oregon Department of Human Services from counties in the Southern Region. The goal is to teach children how to live in families and return home to their biological families or step-down into regular foster care. Typically, these MTFC placements are 9-12 months long. A certain number of Nexus beds are reserved for youth with Borderline IQ or Developmental Delays.

Connections and Intensive Home-Based Programs

Connections was established in 1992 and is an outpatient child and youth program which provides mental health treatment to children and youth of all ages and their families using evidence-based practices of Parent Management Training Oregon, motivational interviewing,and cognitive behavioral therapy.Connections also provides ICTS services to children and youth enrolled in Trillium.

KEEP Program-Keeping Foster and Kin Parents Trained and Supported

KEEP is a 16-week foster/kinship support group which focuses on building parenting skills and stabilizing placements. This program is an evidence based practice and studies sponsored by the National Institute of Health have shown that KEEP helps caregivers to feel supported, demonstrated a reduction of emotional/behavioral problems for children, and increased both placement stability and foster parent retention.

Organization Data


Organization name

Oslc Community Programs

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EUGENE, OR 97401


(541) 743-4340