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What is the ADPC?

The Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission is an independent state government agency that was created by the Oregon Legislature to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of state and local Substance Use Disorder (SUD) prevention, treatment and recovery services for all Oregonians.

The Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission (ADPC) has as its purpose, to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of state and local SUD prevention, treatment and recovery services for all Oregonians.

Statewide Strategic Plan Final (1).pdf


ADPC Prevention Symposium 20223

Over 100 people came together on August 29, 2023 for a half day workshop to learn and discuss effective Prevention of Substance Use Disorder in Oregon. Slide presentations are below from ADPC Commissioner Caroline Cruz and System of Care Advisory Council Director Anna Williams and System of Care Youth Councilors Kaleb Gambee and Savina Zuniga. We will be posting a comprehensive summary from the breakout sessions and next steps for the Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission to support Prevention in Oregon.

Session One Cruz Prevention Basics 2023.pptx.pdf

Session Two SOCAC Presentation.pdf




Next ADPC Meeting

ADPC Staff

Annaliese Dolph
Director, Alcohol Drug and Policy Commission
503-569-6185
ANNALIESE.DOLPH@oha.oregon.gov


Jill Gray, JD
Senior Policy Analyst
503-569-9484
jill.gray@dhsoha.state.or.us


Tori Algee
Senior Policy Analyst
tori.algee@dhsoha.state.or.us


Corina Vasquez
Executive Support Specialist
503.385.5629
Corina.Vasquez@oha.oregon.gov




ADPC Recommendations for Immediate Action to Reduce the Number of People Who Die of Overdose in Oregon


ADPC December 2023 Overdose Recommendations.pdf

Please note: This Commission is not involved in regulating production, marketing, or use of cannabis ("marijuana"). For information on a cannabis-related topic, visit: Cannabis in Oregon information.