The ODI clinic opened its doors in April of 2015 and offers individual and family services in Lane County. The clinic provides services to families who are members of the Oregon Health Plan. Consistent with the mission of OSLC Developments, Inc., the ODI clinic provides services based on programs that have been developed and researched at Oregon Social Learning Center (www.oslc.org). These programs are designed to meet the needs of Lane County’s families who desire intensive evidence-based practices in an outpatient, community setting. The goal of the ODI Clinic is to assist in supporting and maintaining happy and healthy families!
FAIR (Families Actively Improving Relationships) Program
FAIR is a program designed for parents of children and youth of any age, who are in need of parent skills training due to complications of co-occurring mental health and substance use problems. FAIR is a home and community based program that allows for flexibility in meeting times and places, with sessions often occurring in the places most likely for parenting to occur (e.g., home, school, playground). The program team works with parents to create their own treatment plans, and when appropriate coordinates with child welfare workers and staff to ensure that parents are meeting their child welfare treatment plan goals. Parents are rewarded for working toward their treatment goals that increase child safety.
For more information, please see the FAIR page: http://www.oslcdevelopments.org/fair/
SWIFT (Students with Involved Families & Teachers) Program
SWIFT was developed to support student transitions from day-treatment school settings to public school settings. The SWIFT intervention is initiated when the students are in their respective treatment settings and follow them as they transition to their new schools, for a total of 9–12 months of support. SWIFT includes four primary components: (a) behavioral progress monitoring, (b) case management of the intervention elements and coordination with the new school as the student transitions, (c) parent support to promote parent engagement/collaboration with the school and study routines in the home, and (d) behavioral skills coaching for students. These components are intended to provide customized supports to each student to enhance the school transition process.