Treatment and Programs
CODA offers 15 programs at ten sites in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties, and last year we worked with nearly 3,000 people, helping them get the healthcare, treatment, housing and employment they needed in order to reach recovery and sustain healthier lives.
Outpatient Addiction Medicine Division/Opioid Treatment Program
CODA’s Outpatient Addiction Medicine Division/Opioid Treatment Program provides methadone and buprenorphine therapies to individuals dependent on opioid drugs. We provide counseling, medical management and care coordination, including help with finding and maintaining employment and safe, stable housing. This program is accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (formerly JCAHO), and is the only such program in Portland to have earned the The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval®.
Outpatient Addiction Treatment
We offer a range of services including assessment, group, family and individual treatment, DUII (driving under the influence of intoxicants) services and ongoing support as an individual’s needs change. We serve a general adult population, and we also have services for people who are involved with child welfare or criminal justice systems.
Outpatient Mental Health
We offer individual, group, and family mental health treatment as well as medication evaluation and management. 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 addiction and mental illness challenges.
Men’s Residential Treatment
CODA provides gender-specific residential addiction treatment for adult men involved with the criminal justice system. Residents in structured, substance-free settings work with counselors and in groups to reduce risk of relapse, as they build support networks, find employment and housing.
Women’s Residential Treatment
CODA offers gender-specific services for pregnant and parenting women involved with child welfare or criminal justice. Children may reside with their mothers in structured, substance-free settings, as the women work on learning to parent in recovery, build safe, stable homes, find employment and avoid relapse.
Location for residential treatment: Gresham
Stepping Stones transitional housing for women: Aloha
CODA’s inpatient sub-acute detoxification service provides a fully staffed medical environment, including 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 and Transitional Housing
These include 8041 Recovery House, Rolfson Recovery House, Stepping Stones and Donna’s Place where patients with longer-term and specialized needs are served, 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. (The 22-unit Alpha Apartments building in Gresham is part of the Family Network of Housing and accessed through one of those Community partners, Central City Concern.)
Locations: Portland and Aloha
CODA’s Research Program 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, Kaiser Permanente, and other institutions on research funded by National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Multnomah County Department of Health, Massage Therapy Foundation, and other institutions.