Or. Admin. R. 416-450-0010 - Definitions
(1) Close-custody facility: Any OYA facility, including but not limited to youth correctional facilities, work/study camps, and transition camps.
(2) Substitute care: Out-of-home residential placement in the community that provides 24-hour-a-day care and treatment, excluding a relative's home. Such placements include, but are not limited to, foster care and contracted residential treatment programs.
(3) Mentor program agency: Agency responsible for the recruitment, supervision, and training of its volunteer mentors.
(4) Office: Any parole/probation office (field office) or administrative office operated by OYA.
(5) OYA Volunteer Coordinator: An OYA staff member assigned to coordinate the agency's volunteer services program.
(6) Site Volunteer Coordinator: A person assigned to coordinate volunteer services for a specific OYA office or close-custody facility.
(7) Volunteers: Persons who on an unpaid basis provide services to OYA, including:
(a) Mentors: Mature, trustworthy and experienced persons who encourage an offender's personal growth, offer supportive friendships, act as positive role models and promote a constructive attitude and law-abiding behavior;
(b) Work Readiness Coaches: Persons who teach particular skills/tasks related to employment, or provide practical work experience;
(c) Students or Interns: Persons enrolled in a college- or university-sanctioned program who earn college credit for their activities;
(d) Tutors: Persons who work with individual offenders to improve the offender's academic performance; and
(e) Religious Services Assistants: Persons who assist with religious programming or services.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 420A.025
Stats. Implemented: ORS 420A.010
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