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Access to Recovery (ATR)

What is Access to Recovery?

Access to Recovery (ATR) was a federal grant program meant to increase the accessibility of recovery services, using a recovery-oriented system of care. The grant has concluded, and ATR services are no longer available as of March 31, 2019.

  • The U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Substance Abuse Treatment awarded the Oregon Health Authority its ATR grant in May 2015.
  • Oregon's ATR program served almost 4,500 clients from August 2015 through March 2019, providing over $5.5 million in recovery housing, case management, basic needs, transportation, peer mentoring, education, employment, and other services.

To learn more about the performance of the ATR grant, please contact Justin King at the email address below. For other recovery programs, please use the links on the left.

ATR Contacts

Justin King, ATR Fiscal Coordinator
Donna Smith, ATR Contract Support
OWITS Support - to unlock account or reset a password

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