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Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services

Behavioral Health provides specialized support programs for alcohol and drug addiction treatment and recovery.

Clackamas County provides alcohol and drug treatment services through a network of providers.  Services may be available for individuals who are mandated for treatment as the result of a DUII. Services include information and education, as well as treatment for adults and youth with substance abuse issues.

If you need help or know someone who does, please call 503-742-5335

Services for Adults

  • Initial evaluations
  • Referral and assistance to enter residential treatment, as well as follow up care after treatment
  • Office based addictions counseling on an individual basis
  • Groups to help manage symptoms or to increase life skills
  • Medications
  • Referral to community based support groups

Services for Youth and Families

  • Initial evaluations
  • Referral and assistance to enter residential treatment, as well as follow up care after treatment
  • Office based addictions counseling on an individual basis
  • Groups to help manage symptoms or to increase life skills
  • Medications
  • Referral to community based support groups
  • Collaboration with schools

Treatment Court Services

Behavioral Health offers specialized court services as an alternative to sentencing for nonviolent offenders. Treatment court services include Mental Health Court, Drug Court, Youth Drug Court, and Family Court. Contact your attorney or call 503-655-8585 for more information about these services. You can also learn more by visiting our Treatment Court Services page.

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