Check out this first-of-its-kind opioids policy summit held last week — it brought together commissioners from Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas Counties, district attorneys and sheriffs, staff from county health and
CODA will join Oregon Recovers this weekend at Portland’s Cinema 21 at a free showing of the award-winning film, “The Anonymous People” and a moderated discussion about advocacy and recovery.
Dr. Honora Englander, MD, FACP, Director/PI, Improving Addiction Care Team (Project IMPACT) at Oregon Health & Science University, was honored at this year’s event on April 4. Check out the
Gregory Gourdet, well-known Portland chef and inspiring speaker on recovery, has received CODA’s 2016 Advocacy Award! Speaking to more than 160 guests at the “We Are CODA” event, Gourdet talked
CODA has received a generous donation of EVZIO ™ auto-injectors from kaleo, the Richmond, Virginia-based pharmaceutical company. These devices are saving lives all over the country. “EVZIO ™ is the
CODA’s latest campaign is asking women to donate new or gently used bras, underwear, and new packages of feminine products to help women who are rebuilding their lives and health in our Stepping
CODA’s annual luncheon in honor of the individuals, companies, nonprofits and community partners who help us serve more than 3,300 people each year was a great event! More than 80
UPDATE: Thank you to all who joined us for our Careers Open House on March 24th — we appreciate your interest in CODA! This is a great way to explore opportunities
CODA’s Behavioral Health Careers Open House was a big success! More than 50 people interested in the important work we do with women and men living with alcohol, drug and
CODA is hosting an Open House at our Portland location on Thursday, May 8, 2014. If you are interested in learning more about careers at our ten sites in Multnomah,
We are marking our 45th year as a treatment agency! Speaking to nearly 80 guests at CODA’s Birthday Lunch on March 13, Executive Director Tim Hartnett reminded his listeners that
Members of the Junior League of Portland came to CODA armed with paint, brushes–and an impressive amount of energy–when they spent Saturday, Oct. 5 at the agency’s Portland Recovery Center.