No single treatment is appropriate for every patient at all times. By matching treatment settings, medications, and services to each patient’s needs, we offer the best chance for a supportive base and lifelong recovery.
We accept multiple insurance plans and also process private pay options.
We honor your privacy and protect your rights as a person in our care. We follow HIPPA and 42-CFR guidelines.
Individualized plans of care
Each patient has a personalized care plan.
When appropriate, our medical team will prescribe medicines such as methadone or buprenorphine/naloxone, also known as Suboxone®, or naltrexone to address withdrawal symptoms and ongoing cravings.
Individual and group therapy
Our certified counselors and behavioral health professionals offer an array of counseling options daily.
Our team links patients to valuable resources that will be essential in supporting sustained recovery.
Project Nurture provides prenatal care, inpatient maternity care, and postpartum care for women who struggle with addictions in addition to pediatric care for their infants.
In partnership with Central City Concern, CODA is expanding capacity for Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) within existing Health Share of Oregon’s provider networks. The goal of Wheelhouse is to develop an enhanced infrastructure and recovery-oriented system of care that improves and transforms patient access and the quality of care for people with substance use disorders.
Each academic year, CODA outpatient staff supervise up to two students from the Portland State University School of Social Work. The students spend 16 hours per week at CODA learning about substance use disorders treatment. CODA is pleased to mentor future social workers.
Students at Pacific University studying to become Physician Assistants do rotations with our medical staff in outpatient facilities and learn about prescribing addiction medicine. In this partnership, CODA is helping to educate future medical professionals.