Portland, Oregon Addiction Resources

We work to stay up-to-date on addictions-related resources, both locally and nationally. Below is are a variety of resources that might be relevant people in Oregon and Southwest Washington. We hope you find them helpful.

General Information

Peer Support Groups for People with Addictions

  • SMART Recovery is a non-12 step peer support group that is heavily based on a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach to addiction treatment
  • Secular Organizations of Sobriety (SOS) is a non-religious/non-spiritually based support group for people with addictions.
  • Refuge Recovery – peer support meetings from a Buddhist perspective
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is one of the oldest peer support groups in the U.S. It is based on the 12-step model of recovery
  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a 12-step based peer support group. It is similar to AA, but is typically for individuals with problematic drug use:
  • Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon is a 12-step based peer support group for people with concurrent substance use and mental health problems

Substance Use Treatment Centers and Locators


  • For a list of addiction treatment providers and centers in Oregon, you can access the Oregon Department of Health Services (DHS) website
  • A list of treatment centers in Oregon (you can search for treatment centers in other states)
  • The Avel Gordley Center at OSHU offers substance abuse treatment for adults on an outpatient basis.  The center also offers services that are tailored for individuals who identify as African, African-American, and with Southeast Asian cultures
  • Providence Hospital offers detox, inpatient, and intensive outpatient substance use treatment
  • Health Works NW specializes in addiction evaluation and treatment
  • Acadia NW offers a variety substance abuse treatment services, including DUII (Driving under the Influence of Intoxicants) treatment and interventions
  • Change Point, Inc. provides substance abuse treatment tailored to needs of individuals who identify as Latino/a in Washington County, OR
  • Central City Concern in Portland, OR offers an array of services for people and families who are in poverty, homeless, and impacted by addictions


Resources for Families with Loved Ones with Addictions

Culturally Specific Addiction Resources

 Resources on Addiction for Professionals

Research Centers Focused on Addictions

If you are interested in exploring addictions treatment options at Portland Psychotherapy, please feel free to contact us using the form below or call us at 503-281-4852, x2 and leave a message.

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