The U.S. is facing the deadliest drug overdose epidemic in its history, but there is hope. Research shows most people with addiction do survive and recover, especially when they get
As methamphetamine use and addiction continues to rise in Oregon and across the country, CODA researchers have helped to expand options for treatment. Featured in January on NPR, a new
We are delighted to announce the election of our newest board member Terri Theisen, Principal Consultant at Portland’s T2 Group. Terri worked with CODA several years ago to help raise
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A recent article from the Oregonian that features CODA: https://www.oregonlive.com/teamoregon/2020/04/fallout-from-coronavirus-for-substance-abuse-patients-could-be-significant-but-may-open-new-doors.html
Read all about our recent opening of CODA’s Seaside Recovery Center in The Lund Report! You can read the full article here.
This week CODA Executive Director, Alison Noice, had the exciting opportunity to be a guest on the radio station KAST 1370 host Tom Freel’s show to discuss CODA’s new opioid
Washington County is one of the leaders in Oregon in the forward-looking approach of alternative sentencing. CODA is proud to be one of the community partners supporting this program which
Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese does a great podcast — check out his interview with CODA Executive Director Tim Hartnett on the opioid crisis. Reese has been probing this issue
A well-researched and very well-illustrated article by Josh Katz in The New York Times asked a wide-ranging group of folks what they would do to really address this public health
Street Roots reporter Amanda Waldroupe does a terrific job in this story on Clackamas County’s efforts to bring medication-assisted treatment to those in need. Among others, she interviews CODA Deputy Director