Patients can start their journey to recovery in a secure and structured therapeutic environment where their health and rehabilitation are the primary focus.
CODA offers three residential programs at two sites: our Gresham Recovery Center and our Tigard Recovery Center. These facilities provide an enhanced level of care in a confidential setting.
Locations and Hours
Women’s residential treatment
Women and their families are served at CODA’s Gresham Recovery Center. This includes patients who are pregnant and parenting, and women involved with child welfare or criminal justice systems. Children may reside with their mothers on site. Treatment supports the development of parenting skills and household stability.
Men’s residential treatment
Men can enter into residential treatment at either the Gresham Recovery Center or the Tigard Recovery Center. While children do not reside on site, we encourage father/child bonding and can accommodate visitation and weekend stays.
What to expect
Residential treatment (sometimes called inpatient treatment) begins with our staff sitting down with you to learn more about you, your needs, and what brings you to CODA. You will receive an individualized plan of care and access to a variety of services and supports to help you meet your recovery goals.
Our priority on your first day is helping you get comfortable with your surroundings and knowing where to find support. All CODA residential services are gender-specific. Families are strongly encouraged to visit during specified times, or to arrange to participate in counseling sessions alongside the patient.
Potential patients coordinate directly with our residential treatment staff for admission. Patients seeking treatment may be placed on a waitlist until a bed becomes available.
Residential treatment life
Entering into residential services means living at a CODA facility for a short period of time. These recovery centers offer daily structure that focuses on safety and stability. All patients are assigned a room, attend meetings and groups, eat meals with other residents, and gain privileges to go on outings as they progress.
Patients and the recovery team work together to achieve recovery goals. With long-term success in mind, treatment plans include creating supports that will be necessary after this residential period is over.
Community integration is a key piece to recovery and also a goal of treatment. This can include coordination with mental health providers, DHS, probation/parole officers, and housing supports.
Once our patients achieve stability, they transition into less intensive levels of care so they can continue rejoining their communities and practice their new skills.