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Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Oregon

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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in Oregon

Located in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, Oregon is arguably one of the most beautiful places in the country. Although the cool, wet climate may not be for everyone, the ancient forests full of redwoods and the unbridled wildlife are truly a sight to behold. As well, Portland and other cities throughout the state serve as major cultural hubs in the United States. Meanwhile, Oregon has become a popular destination for anyone in need of addiction treatment. If you’re looking for a unique, unforgettable place to relax while you detox, look no further than Oregon.

Oregon Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • According to state records, there were 564 people to die from illicit drug use in the state of Oregon in 2007 alone. This figure has only grown in the years since then due to the heroin epidemic.
  • Although heroin has become a major problem in Oregon, methamphetamine — or “crystal meth” as it’s colloquially known — is another prominent problem that many wouldn’t expect of the state. In fact, at least 62 percent of all reported arrests in Portland, Oregon, involve crystal meth in some capacity, showing just how much a problem the drug has become.
  • Recently, Oregon natives voted to legalize recreational marijuana, widely seen as a controversial move. Although the exact relationship is unclear, there are some who insist that the legalization of marijuana in Oregon is why there were 5,500 admissions to addiction treatment programs for marijuana use in 2014.
  • It may not be the first state one would think has a major problem with illicit drug use, but studies show Oregon is the fourth-worst state when it comes to past-month illicit drug use.
  • Experts who have analyzed the drug use rates throughout the state of Oregon have found that the cities along the MAX light-rail line tend to have the highest rates of illicit drug use. It’s believed that this occurs due to drug dealers using the MAX light-rail line to transport their drugs throughout the state.

Getting Sober in Oregon

The population of Oregon is diverse, known for being as intelligent and accepting as they are hospitable. Beyond the people, Oregon offer such incomparable beauty that substance abuse will be the last thing on your mind. Whether you’re about to embark on your recovery journey, in the process of getting sober, or looking for a place to continue in your recovery, Oregon is one of the best places to be sober.

Oregon Addiction & Substance Abuse Organizations

  • Oregon Addiction and Mental Health Services (AMHS) is the state government-run organization that seeks to provide addiction treatment and mental health services to those in need, especially individuals who are of a low income level.
  • The Addictions Counselor Certification Board of Oregon, or ACCBO for short, is an organization consisting of experienced addiction treatment and other medical professionals who monitor and oversee the state’s licensing and credentialization to ensure quality standards for addiction treatment professionals.
  • Adapt Oregon is a coalition of professionals, community leaders, and volunteers who want to address the statewide addiction problem by being advocates and providing support to individuals suffering from addiction and their loved ones. Specifically, this group helps people to access the treatments and services they need to rehabilitate from addiction.
  • The Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors of Oregon — or AADACO — is the Oregon-based chapter of NAADAC, consisting of addictions counselors from throughout Oregon who serve as the voice of the addiction treatment professional community. It’s this group’s duty to encourage ongoing training and education so as to provide the highest quality treatment and support services to Oregon residents suffering from addiction.
  • MORe is an Oregon-based grassroots, nonprofit organization that focuses on reducing the rate at which adolescents and teens turn to alcohol and drug abuse. Specifically, this group focuses on outreach among adolescents in the hope of teaching them about the dangers of substance abuse and to help them make good choices.

Oregon to Offer Addicted Offenders Treatment Instead of Jail

It’s a well-known conundrum: People who are addicted to alcohol and drugs have been known to resort to committing crimes in order to sustain their addictions and are sentenced to prison where they receive no help for the problem that led to their criminal acts. As such, rates of recidivism are extremely high among criminal offenders with histories of substance abuse. However, top law enforcement officials and state representatives have had enough with the vicious circle and are looking for alternative ways of handling addicted offenders. It seems that the state is on the brink of implementing so-called “drug court” for addicted offenders while improving the substance abuse treatments available to inmates.