J5 Parole and Probation Revocation

Short term Stabilization Program

J5 provides Behavioral Rehabilitation Services (BRS) to adjudicated boys ages 13-19, in need of staff-secure residential treatment for short term stabilization.  The program encourages youth that have been unsuccessful in the community to reset their behavior in a safe and structured environment. 

Service plans at J5 are individualized and targeted toward behaviors such as substance use, thinking errors, sexual offending, delinquency, anger management, and social skills.  Youth, family and OYA representatives are involved in the development of attainable treatment goals and measurable objectives. Residents receive a minimum of 11 hours of BRS per week including 2 hours of Individual Counseling or Skill Building

While in the same complex as the Deschutes County Juvenile Detention facility at 63360 NW Britta Street, Bend Oregon, J5 has separate and distinct ingress/egress as well as sight and sound separation from youth held in detention.  Cognitive behavioral programming is provided by trained J5 staff with an emphasis on providing the necessary skills to transition into longer-term placement. J5 is designed to be utilized for 30, 60 or 90 days.

For additional information about treatment, please contact Adrienne Kelso 541-706-9163

Youth are referred through the JJIS/JPAS system.

Questions can be directed to Bruce Waldrup, Treatment Manager at 541-312-4022


J Bar J Youth Services

J Bar J Youth Services has provided programs and services for at-risk youth for over 48 years. J Bar J’s mission is to promote innovate options for children, youth and families toward self-sufficiency and personal responsibility. The programs of J Bar J Youth Services target the attitudes, values, beliefs and negative personality factors that impede self-efficacy and success. The trained and dedicated employees of J Bar J Youth Services equip youth with the tools to become contributing members of our communities.

J Bar J’s goal is to provide a continuum of quality programs for adjudicated male and female offenders, utilizing culturally competent, comprehensive, evidence informed treatment services designed to meet each youth’s individual needs. J Bar J has successfully operated residential based services for male offenders through J Bar J since 1968. The programs of J Bar J Youth Services offer varied strength-based options, individualized for each youth and delivered through quality curriculum, experiential recreation and an evolving educational environment.

J Bar J Youth Services is a 501 © (3) nonprofit corporation founded in 1968 as a working ranch for troubled boys (juvenile offenders).   J Bar J Youth Services has over 50 years of experience as the largest regional provider of services for at-risk youth. The agency has multiple programs and a budget of $5.6 million. J Bar J has a high level of management expertise and provides five important functions to the program: oversight; technical assistance; fiscal procedures; policy direction and fundraising. J Bar J keeps separate accounts for each programmatic division and each grant stream and is audited annually. The agency has well over 100 employees, serving over 1,000 youth each year through residential and community based programs located throughout Deschutes County. Our current programs include:

  • J Bar J Boys Ranch (BRS 4) and J5 (BRS 5) – A unique living, working and educational environment for young men, ages 13-20. Provides opportunities for personal growth, maturity and reformation.
  • The Academy at Sisters – Therapeutic and academic boarding school for at-risk young women ages 13-18. Providing comprehensive, individualized, evidence based therapies, in conjunction with, accredited, college preparatory academics to assist students in achieving both their personal and academic goals.
  • Cascade Youth & Family Center/ The LOFT (Living Options for Teens) (BRS 3) – Providing a comprehensive spectrum of prevention and intervention services for runaway, homeless, and unaccompanied youth, as well as youth transitioning to independent living. Services include emergency and transitional shelter, counseling and support services targeting education completion, employment and independent living skills development, and assistance for victims of human trafficking.
  • J Bar J Learning Center – Contracted private alternative program for the Bend-La Pine School District. Promoting integrity and development of critical thinking in an atmosphere of positive relationship and mutual respect.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Oregon (BBBSCO)– Nationally affiliated mentoring program
  • Grandma’s House – Providing shelter and support to pregnant and parenting girls experiencing homelessness and/or abuse.
  • Kindred Connections – Mobilizing and equipping mentoring families and ten area church communities to provide support while parents work to secure stability for their families. Help provide mentoring relationships for parents and temporary housing for children to families in crisis who lack a safety net.