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​​The Commission's​ goal is to improve health and safety, strengthen families, reduce crime and save taxpayer dollars through the effective implementation of a unified, coordinated alcohol and drug prevention and recovery system.​

​​The high prevalence co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders requires concurrent and coordinated identification, evaluation, and treatment.​​

In November 2020, Oregon voters passed by referendum Measure 110, or the Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act​. The measure’s goal is to establish a more health-based, equitable and effective approach to drug addiction in Oregon by shifting the response to drug possession from criminalization to treatment and recovery. 

​Resources and forms for DUII treatm​ent providers​ and alcohol and other drug screening specialists.​

The Health Professional Services Program​ is a confidential monitoring program for health professional licensees who are unable to practice with professional skill and safety due to a substance use disorder, a mental health disorder, or both types of disorders. Reliant Behavioral Health provides the program. The program operates under ORS 676.190 and OAR 415-065.

​Learn about OHA's work to expand the use of peer-delivered services​ to help transform Oregon's behavioral health system of care and promote recovery.​​

​​Treatment and counseling services are available free to any Oregon resident who has problems related to gambling, either as a problem gambler or as a family member or friend of a problem gambler.​

Visit the Problem Gambling website​ for information and resources for individuals, prevention specialists and treatment providers.

​​Resources for all state and community providers, and those who oversee public mental health and addiction services about trauma​:

  • The effects of psychological trauma, 
  • Assessing for the presence of symptoms and problems related to trauma, and 
  • How to develop and offer services that facilitate recovery in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rules and OHA policy.​

One in four Oregon veterans experience frustration in seeking care for mental health or substance use issues, according to a survey completed by more than 4,000 veterans.

Oregon is committed to helping veterans access the tools and supports they need to thrive​.​

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