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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 treatment 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.
Information for providers and individuals about the use of medications to treat opioid use disorders.
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:
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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