Mission

The development and management of a continuum of high quality substance abuse, mental health, and domestic violence treatment and support services which assists adult offenders in developing the skills for crime free living and positively impacts community safety.


Adult Alcohol and Drug Outpatient Resources

Adult Alcohol and Drug Residential Resources

The Service Continuum

A combination of treatment and support services are provided through a network of community-based subcontracted agencies located throughout Multnomah County. Specialized substance abuse treatment services for women, African Americans, and Native Americans are also available.

The Department of County Human services is also a major funder of treatment services and the two departments work collaboratively in the planning and development of the County's A/D, mental health, and domestic violence treatment services continuum. Please follow this link for more information about services offered by the Department of County Human Services. Get information on Citizen Boards, Citizen Participation, and Alcohol and Drug Community Input Results.

Service Eligibility

Individuals under supervision by the Department of Community Justice can access needed services through their Probation/Parole Officer.

Additional Resources related to Addictions Research and Recovery

Information and Referral and/or Crisis Lines

Contact:

Laura Holoch
Alcohol and Drug Access Probation Officer
503.988.8496

Overdose Alert

IF YOU THINK SOMEONE IS EXPERIENCING AN OVERDOSE, DIAL 911 IMMEDIATELY!

To reduce the risk of an opiate overdose:

  • KNOW YOUR TOLERANCE
    Use precautions if you haven’t used for a while (e.g. jail, detox, hospital, or you just cut back yourself). Tolerance levels drop rapidly during a break in use.
  • DON’T MIX DRUGS
    Mixing heroin with other drugs like alcohol, methadone, and benzos, increases the risk of overdose.  Plus, the content and purity of street drugs is often unpredictable. 
  • DON’T USE ALONE
    While using alone isn’t necessarily a cause of overdose, it increases the chance of fatally overdosing because no one is available to call for help.

DCJ Adult Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Multnomah County Adult Outpatient

DCJ Adult Residential Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Multnomah County Adult Residential

Other Resources