CODA offers 15 programs at ten sites in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties, and last year we worked with nearly 3,000 people, helping them get the healthcare, treatment, housing and employment they needed in order to reach recovery and sustain healthier lives.
CODA offers outpatient services in Portland, Clackamas, Gresham, Hillsboro and Tigard, where you can meet with counselors, attend groups, and if your health situation calls for it, you can receive medication to block your cravings. CODA also works with people who struggle with mental illness and substance use.
We offer gender-specific residential programs for men and women in Gresham. Our women’s program serves women with small children.
CODA also offers alcohol- and drug-free housing for adults with specific needs.
De Paul Treatment Centers provides drug and alcohol treatment to men, women, youth, and families. We offer a full continuum of care that includes medical detox, residential, day treatment and outpatient programs, family therapy, and treatment of co-occurring mental health disorders.
Adult clients (18 and over) access services at our downtown Portland facility or in Hillsboro.
Youth clients, ages 13-18, receive services at our Youth & Family Center in NE Portland or in Hillsboro.
The downtown Portland facility and the Youth & Family Center also provide treatment for co-occurring mental health issues.
Payment for Services
De Paul Treatment Centers offers a variety of payment options and work with many insurance providers. All outpatient service fees are on a sliding scale for those who choose to self-pay.
Call us and schedule a free appointment for our client services specialist to sit down with you and review your financial situation. We strive to make treatment affordable and work with individuals and families to open the doors to recovery.
1312 SW Washington St.
Portland, OR 97205
205 SE 3rd, Suite 100
Hillsboro, OR 97123
De-Paul Youth Center
4310 NE Killingsworth St.
Portland, OR 97218
Hooper Center provides medical detoxification and stabilization at this critical juncture. There, patients receive 4-10 days of medical treatment for early withdrawal symptoms. A team of registered nurses and technicians provide around the clock medical care, and a physician provides an examination on admissions. Patients meet with a counselor and are referred to available treatment services.