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DUII Services Providers

What Are DUII Services?

DUII Services Providers provide the following services as outlined in OAR 309-019-0195:

  • DUII Education – For individuals who do not meet diagnostic criteria for a substance use disorder and who have not had more than one DUII. A minimum of 12 hours of didactic education provided through a minimum of 4 sessions over a 4-week period.
  • DUII Rehabilitation – For individuals who meet diagnostic criteria for a substance use disorder or who have had more than one DUII. Service type, frequency, and duration are individualized based on a diagnostic assessment using ASAM Criteria for level of care determination. Individuals must demonstrate a minimum of 90-days continuous abstinence prior to completion.

Communications

Required Forms

DUII Services Providers are required to report in MOTS and use the following forms.

Questions?

Please call the DUII Information Line at 503-945-6213 or email the Division's DUII Services Coordinator.

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