Treatment and Programs
CODA provides compassionate, evidence-based care for women and men with substance use disorders. We offer 15 programs in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties, and last year we worked with more than 3,000 people, helping them get the healthcare, treatment, housing and employment they needed in order to reach recovery and sustain healthier lives.
Addiction Medicine Division/Opioid Treatment Program
We match patient need with the most appropriate FDA-approved medication for opioid use disorders. We have extensive experience with medication assisted treatment and are licensed to prescribed methadone, oral naltrexone, extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol ®), and buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone ®.) Treatment services include assessment, group and individual therapy, with family involvement as appropriate; DUII, supported employment, case management, care coordination, medication administration. Project Nurture, a partnership with OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond provides integrated prenatal/postpartum care. CODA offers programming for intensive and maintenance treatment needs and integrated mental health services. Populations served are general adult and may include persons involved with child welfare or criminal justice systems.
Locations: Portland and in some other Outpatient sites. Call 1-855-SEE-CODA for details.
CODA Portland Recovery Center (PRC)
The building that takes up the block bounded by Northeast Couch Street, Northeast 10th Avenue, East Burnside and Northeast 11th Avenue houses Addiction Medicine Division-OTP (1030 NE Couch St.) CODA’s main administrative offices (1027 East Burnside St.) and the Research Department. Since 2004, CODA’s PRC has been the only medication-assisted treatment program in Portland to have earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® (Formerly JCAHO).
We offer family and individual treatment; assessment, counseling groups, medication-assisted treatment at some sites; toxicology testing, supported employment (in Portland/Tigard/ Clackamas); DUII services, care coordination and case management. CODA outpatient provides both general and intensive treatment modalities. Populations served are general adult and may include patients with child welfare or criminal justice systems.
Locations: Portland, Clackamas, Gresham, Hillsboro, Tigard.
Men’s Residential Treatment
CODA provides residential treatment for adult men. Populations served are general adult, including those men who are involved with the criminal justice system. Primary goals include recovery, self-management, reducing recidivism, building support network, obtaining employment and housing.
Women’s Residential Treatment
CODA provides residential treatment for women, including those who are pregnant and parenting, and women involved with child welfare or criminal justice systems. Children may reside with their mothers on site. Treatment supports women as they work on parenting in recovery and building and supporting safe and stable families and homes.
Location for residential treatment: Gresham
Stepping Stones transitional housing for women: Aloha
Withdrawal Management (Detoxification) Services
CODA’s withdrawal managements services provide a fully staffed medical environment with access to addiction medications and support for patients as they transition to the next level of care within CODA or with our Community Partners.
Services include assessment, drug screening, day and evening treatment groups, individual and family counseling, and DUII services for patients in residence or in transition from the Washington County Community Corrections Center.
CODA Supported Housing
CODA also provides what is often called “specialty mental health treatment,” which supports people living with severe and persistent mental illness, and people who face both substance use and mental illness challenges. Supported housing includes 8041 Recovery House and Rolfson Recovery House where people with these longer-term and specialized needs are served, including those diagnosed with co-occurring substance use and mental health conditions.
CODA Transitional Housing
Through its 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.
CODA’s Research Department incorporates treatment findings into practices in real time, based on research results. The department is one of three recipients of the SAMHSA 2012 Science and Service Award and has collaborated with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College, University of Pittsburgh, University of Washington, Virginia Commonwealth University, Duke University, Kaiser Permanente, Multnomah County, and other institutions funded by National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Washington and Multnomah Counties and other institutions.