Resources

Below, you will find listings of alcohol & drug treatment (in and out-patient,) counseling, detox, and sober living facilities that we recommend to help you find the resources you need in Columbia County, Oregon. Click here for a calendar of AA, NA, and Al-Anon meetings in your area.

Drug & Alcohol Counseling


Columbia County Mental Health
DUII, Rehab – Scott Christi
58646 McNulty Way, St Helens, OR 97051
503-366-5989      Website


Medicine Wheel Recovery Services
58147 Columbia River Hwy. St.Helens, OR
503-396-5322      Website


Inner Journey Healing Arts Center
DUII Rehab
1541 Columbia Blvd. St Helens, OR 97051
503-543-6100      Website



Detox Facilities


Bridge to Pathways
alcohol, methaphetamins, opiod detox
503-396-4271      Website



Medicated Assisted Treatment


OHSU Family Medicine at Scapoose
MAT Team. Accepts OHP.

503-418-4222 or 503-543-3181
Website



In-Patient Treatment Facilities


Pathways
503-396-4271      Website



Out-Patient Facilities


Medicine Wheel Recovery Services
58147 Columbia River Hwy. St.Helens, OR
503-396-5322      Website


Inner Journey Healing Arts Center
DUII rehab, Out Patient
1541 Columbia Blvd. St Helens, OR 97051
503-543-6100      Website



Other Services


Transportation
Free rides by NW Rides for OHP recipients
503-861-0657 or toll-free 1-888-793-0439


Oregon Health Plan (assistance)
The Public Health Foundation of Columbia County
503-397-4651


Crisis Lines
Columbia Community Health
503-397-5211 8:00am-5:00pm Mon.-Fri
1-866-866-1426 After Hours

Medicine Wheel
503-396-5322 8:00am-5:00pm Mon.-Fri
503-438-8252 After Hours

Lines for Life Oregon Drug & Alcohol Help Line
Call or Text: 1-800-923-4357



Please help us keep these resources current. If you have trouble with a phone number, email address, or website link, please click below to let us know. Thank you!

Click here to find out about financial assistance for treatment though Anonymous Hands

To find out about the costs and benefits of enrolling in a state health plan, click here for OR or click here for WA


“We want to give those individuals with a willingness to go to treatment but couldn’t afford it, the same opportunity that I had. Treatment provided me with a safe environment to learn about the disease and to stabilize before I had to start practicing a new way of life without drugs and alcohol.” – Anonymous



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