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

Aaron Winder, RN, BSN
MAT Team. Accepts OHP.
OHSU Family Medicine at Scapoose

503-418-4222 or 503-543-3181

In-Patient Treatment Facilities

503-396-4271      Website

Out-Patient Facilities

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

Other Services

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

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

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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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Jordan’s Hope for Recovery is an affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence