Greetings! We are wrapping up a very exciting and busy year at Sponsors. In 2015, we’ve helped nearly 400 people successfully transition from incarceration back into the community, with the combined efforts of dedicated staff, treatment, housing and quality partnerships …

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Brett Yater was sitting in the Columbia River Correctional Institution thinking about his future. Addiction had separated him from his family and landed him in prison. He was chairing the AA 12-step meetings and regularly attending counseling to work through …

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A Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is providing important community feedback to the Oaks project. The committee is made up of neighbors, elected officials, law enforcement representatives, corrections representatives, public works representatives, and others. These key stakeholders meet monthly to allow feedback …

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THE OAKS

A Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is providing important community feedback to the Oaks project. The committee is made up of neighbors, elected officials, law enforcement representatives, corrections representatives, public works representatives, and others.

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Men’s Transitional Housing

Sponsors, Inc. provides transitional housing and services to men and women reentering Lane County from jail or prison. Transitional housing is provided for program participants to acquire employment, schooling or disability benefits, save money and move into permanent housing.

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Women’s Transitional Housing

Participants stay for an average of 60-90 days and receive twice weekly drug/alcohol tests and intensive case management. Long-term Honors housing, lasting up to one year, is also available for clients demonstrating both the highest need and ability to succeed.

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  • Videos

    MAX WILLIAMS OF OREGON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SPEAKS ON BEHALF OF SPONSORS & REENTRY

    InterVision Media and Sponsors jointly produced a video answering some important questions about my reentry dollars matter, how Sponsors is a leader in reentry in Oregon, and how Sponsors is essential to public safety in Oregon.