Alcohol- and Drug-Free Housing
We are proud that CODA has incorporated alcohol- and drug-free housing into our array of services. We realize that recovery is a journey, and that along the way people need safe and stable housing. Our counselors and other staff work with individuals and families with a variety of needs, whether it is our housing or that of our Community Partners.
CODA works with Community Partners in state, county and city government, as well as peer not-for-profit agencies. CODA’s own supported housing includes 8041 Recovery House, Rolfson Recovery House and Donna’s Place, all in Portland, and Stepping Stones in Aloha.
The 22-unit Alpha Apartments building is part of the Family Network of Housing and accessed through one of those Community partners, Central City Concern.
Patients and residents with longer-term and specialized needs are served at some of these locations, including mothers in recovery reuniting with children who have been in foster care, those diagnosed with co-occurring substance use and mental health problems, or those with criminal justice or child welfare system involvement.
Our Clackamas Recovery Center Outpatient program provides housing-specialist services to help people in early recovery secure and maintain places to live. For more information, please call 503-654-7444.
For more information on all of CODA’s transitional and structured housing, please call our main number at 503-239-8400.