|Secure Residential Treatment Facilities (SRTFs)
Secure Residential Treatment Facilities (SRTF)
SRTFs are state licensed, community-based, locked facilities that restrict a residents exit from the facility or its grounds through the use of approved locking devices on resident exit doors, gates or other closures for the purpose of protecting the public. This level of care may be prescribed for clinical purposes and for the protection of the residents living there. SRTFs may serve those under the jurisdiction of the Psychiatric Security Review Board, civilly committed clients who are stepping-down from the state hospital, and occasionally those who are voluntarily seeking and in need of this level of care and do not need to be committed to state hospitalization, or any combination thereof. Each SRTF is specifically designed, constructed and staffed based on the population served.
4-Bed Secure Residential Treatment Facility
Multnomah County, Oregon
8-Bed Secure Residential Treatment Facility
Clackamas County, Oregon