Alcohol- and Drug-Free Housing

Safe Places

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 these partners in state, county and city government, as well as peer not-for-profit agencies.

Through our two alcohol- and drug-free Stepping Stones houses, CODA is committed to early reunification of mothers and their children who have been in foster care, as well as wraparound services for women and their children. Women living in Stepping Stones houses attend Outpatient treatment.

8041 Recovery House is a residential treatment facility providing structured housing for persons with severe and persistent mental illness. (By specific referral only.)

Rolfson House (North and South) are residential treatment homes providing structured housing for persons with severe and persistent mental illness under supervision of the Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB).

 

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 855-SEE-CODA (855-733-2632).