Advantis Credit Union supports CODA!

CODA is very proud to be a recipient of a GROW grant from Advantis Credit Union.  More than 20,000 votes were cast to determine which seven nonprofit organizations would be selected to receive a grant supporting long-term benefits to the families in our community.

The funds will provide great new playground equipment at CODA’s  Stepping Stones transitional housing.

Stepping Stones provides supported housing for Washington County women who are below the federal poverty level, have substance abuse disorders, and are eligible for a Department of Human Services (DHS) reunification plan with their children.

Congrats to all this year’s winners who join us in this wonderful program  — the Chelsea Hicks Foundation, Friends of the Children, Our House of Portland, Portland Homeless Family Solutions, Q Center, Rose Haven.

Thank you, Advantis!

 

CODA’s clinic renovation underway!

An exciting project is underway to expand and renovate the clinic at CODA’s Portland Recovery Center (PRC), supported by the Meyer Memorial Trust,* Mitzvah Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation and The Collins Foundation, among others. A year ago, CODA, Inc., initiated a $750,000 capital campaign for the remodel and […] Read more »

CODA supporters give generously

Support from foundations, faith communities, individuals and not-for-profit agencies help make it possible for CODA to continue helping people who struggle with substance use and with mental illness. Recent generous gifts include:  $5,000 from the ESCO Foundation for exam-room equipment for Portland and Tigard locations; $600 from the Oregon Food […] Read more »

Philanthropy recognized; CODA patients served

As Portland Business Journal writer Sean Meyers reports in the Sept. 13 issue: Two of Portland’s biggest names in healthcare formed a partnership that has been awarded the Portland Business Journal’s “Innovation in Philanthropy Award.” Providence Health & Services and Kaiser Permanente Northwest joined forces to direct their combined resources to nonprofits that can […] Read more »