About the SOCP
The State Operated Community Program (SOCP) operates under the guidance of the Oregon Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities Division. Individuals served have multiple needs and receive integrated services and a broad range of supports. OAR 411-324 24-Hour Residential Services and OAR 411-345 Employment / Alternative Services.
The program provides 24-hour residential care and supervision to high-risk adults and children with developmental disabilities who represent the most risk to the public at large, their peers, or themselves. SOCP provides residential care and vocational support, which includes health and medical care, behavioral support, personal care, vocational training, job support, education, recreation, psychological services and community integration.
SOCP has 23 homes located in eight counties, over 600 employees and supports 108 individuals.
Program employee(s) serving adult(s) and/or children with developmental disabilities are Mandatory Reporters of abuse and neglect. (ORS 43.765)