Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Malheur County Juvenile Department is restricting face to face assistance.
Please call 541-473-5101 for assistance. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
You may “text” your Probation Officer by putting their email address into the “to” line (rather than a phone number). Please identify who you are as only your phone number will come through. When your Probation Officer replies via email, it will come to you as a text message. Of note, many office staff are working remotely at this time so may be calling you from a blocked phone number.
|At a glance:||Juvenile crime and delinquency along with prevention education and services.|
|Staff:||Susan Gregory, Director|
|Address:||251 “B” St. West
Vale, OR 97918
|Payment:||Pay Juvenile Fees Here
A 2.5% convenience fee will be assessed on all credit/debit card transactions.
|Forms:||Community Service Form|
|Resources:||Accessing Ripples Effect from Home|
Community Resource Links:
|Location:||In the Juvenile Annex connected to the first floor of the courthouse.
Enter through courthouse main doors, turn left and follow signs to the Juvenile Department.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Lifeline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
- Support in Spanish: 888-628-9454
- Text: “HOME” to 741741
- Mental Health Crisis intervention line
- Toll-free: 800-716-9769
- Hearing-impaired dial: 711
- Lines for Life
- Lifeline: 800-273-8255
- Text: “273TALK” to 839863
- Oregon Youthline
- Teen-to-teen services from 4-10 p.m. daily
- Youthline: 877-968-8491
- Text: “TEEN2TEEN” to 839863
- Email: YouthL@linesforlife.org
- Trevor Project
- Specific to LGBTQ youth
- Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386
- Text: “TREVOR” to 202-304-1200 from noon-7 pm
The primary mission of the Juvenile Department is to hold youth offenders accountable and provide opportunities for reformation through a system of graduated sanctions, restorative justice and appropriate supervision. We work closely with a variety of state and local agencies to access appropriate treatment and service for youth and families based upon a variety of risk assessments. Another area of focus is prevention and education to help youth avoid the juvenile justice system.