Inn Home Behavioral Rehabilitation Services and Independent Living Services Program

BRS9_smallThose served through the BRS program are  youth between the ages of 16 and 24  who are in need of rehabilitative and independent living services where they can learn and practice life skills in a safe and stable living environment. Opportunities are provided for these young men and women to learn the skills necessary to function successfully as an adult as they approach and enter adulthood. Counselors are on site to ensure program safety and compliance and also provide support and guidance as youth complete high school or a high school equivalency. Youth are counseled and engaged while developing their post high school plan. There is a moderate level of supervision with an increased level of expected responsibility.


Support We Provide

  • Engaged case management
  • Ongoing treatment groups
  • Educational support and continuing education opportunities
  • Independent living and useful life and organizational skills


Who We Serve

  • Youth, between 16 and 24 years of age who are referred by the Department of Human Services
  • Residents of Multnomah or Clackamas Counties with exceptions in certain circumstances
  • Usually have multiple DHS placements
  • A history of behavioral and/or emotional difficulties

Eligibility is determined by the Oregon Department of Human Services with referrals by the youth’s Child Welfare Case worker.