On Friday, June 7th, CODA participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for Washington County’s new CATT addiction treatment center. The CATT (Center for Addiction Triage and Treatment), in development for more than five years, will provide a host of much-needed services for those struggling with substance use disorders.

The groundbreaking took place at the site of the future Beaverton Recovery Center, where CODA will provide services including sobering and withdrawal management, as well as a large residential facility where patients can establish a firm foothold in their journey through sobriety.

The ceremony featured speakers including political representatives including Senator Kate Lieber (left), members of the Washington County Board of Commissioners, and CODA Executive Director Alison Noice. For a newspaper article with details, click here. You can also find more coverage of the event from KOIN news.