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
Below is a summary of changes to our operations as of 4/3/2020. Our Residential Programs in Gresham and Tigard are continuing to admit patients. We have lowered our total
Good afternoon, all. Below are some additional changes we are implementing effective 3/24/2020. Our outpatient services (located in Hillsboro, Tigard, Clackamas, and Gresham) have shifted to their “essential services” model.
As most of us near the end of the work week (residential staff, I see you and appreciate you), I wanted to summarize our efforts here. First and foremost, we’re
First, I want to thank everyone for their continued commitment to our patient’s health and safety. We’re all experiencing a tremendous flow of information right now, and it can be
Last week, we reached out to all employees outlining recommendations to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”). I’m writing this today to assure everyone we continue to monitor daily
Recently, I was asked by the Oregon Health Forum to be on a panel of local “experts” to discuss the future of addictions treatment in Oregon. As CODA’s executive director,
To CODA’s employees, supporters and partners in health: I want to let you know of a change happening at CODA – one made after careful evaluation of patients’ needs and
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
Read the full article in the Seaside Signal here