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Tigard Recovery Center is committed to building recovery health through evidence-based, compassionate care. Our mission is to help individuals who have experienced setbacks in their health and quality of life due to drugs, alcohol, and mental health issues. We provide this help through patient-centered care plans, advocacy for effective public policies, and collaboration with healthcare providers and other community partners.
At Tigard Recovery Center, we hope to show our community that mental health and substance abuse disorders are preventable and treatable public health issues. We advocate through education and demonstrate by example, that people with histories of addiction and mental health issues, people at risk of developing these issues, and people in recovery treatment for these issues should be treated with respect and dignity. We dream of a society where discrimination, prejudices, stigma, and other barriers to addiction recovery are no longer a problem, and quality prevention efforts and effective addiction treatment is widely available and accessible to everyone who needs them.
Tigard Recovery Center is a part of CODA, a non-profit behavioral health agency that is also the oldest running opiate-addiction treatment agency in the state of Oregon. All our recovery facilities offer patient-centered care provided by staff who respectfully listen to patients, and guide them through recovery into stable, healthy, meaningful lives. Our treatment methods are based in sound research and science, and in our dedication to utilizing the best available behavioral healthcare practices.
The Opioid Treatment Program at Tigard Recovery Center evaluates each patient to determine which FDA-approved opiate addiction medication is most appropriate for them. Our staff has extensive experience and education related to Medication Assisted Treatment. We are licensed to prescribe, buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone), extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol), oral naltrexone, and methadone. Medication Assisted Treatment services also include group and individual therapy, family therapy when appropriate, supported employment, DUII, care coordination, case management, and medication administration and management.
Patients in the Tigard Recovery Center’s Outpatient program attend groups, meet with counselors, and if desired and needed, also receive opiate addiction medications to suppress drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms. This helps prevent relapse, and puts patients in a better place to benefit from therapy. We treat individuals suffering from substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders.
At Tigard Recovery Center, we see recovery as a process that involves four areas of life. First, health, which means managing or overcoming the disease of addiction while learning to live in an emotionally and physically healthy way. Second, home, which means finding and maintaining a stable, safe place to live. Third, community, which means building social networks and relationships that provide love, friendship, support and hope. Fourth, purpose, which means engaging in independent, meaningful daily activities, such as school, vocational training, employment, and caring for family.
We offer addiction treatment based in research and sound science, delivered through a demonstrated commitment to treating each unique patient, instead of offering cookie-cutter solutions. Our individual and group counseling services give each patient the personal attention they need to recover. For patients that would benefit from addiction medications, we will conduct a careful assessment, discuss their choices with them, then make the appropriate medication available to them. We also provide a continuum of care, which allows our patients to successfully progress from one level of care to the next. Many patients continue to work with our staff as they achieve successful recovery, and beyond, to support and maintain that recovery.
The cost of our withdrawal management (detox) services and outpatient services is dependent upon if patients have insurance and what kind they have. Patients without insurance can benefit from subsidies that allow them to pay reduced rates based on income, sometimes related to the patient’s county of residence. The best way for patients to find out how much their treatment will cost is to meet with one of Tigard Recovery Center’s intake specialists to review their individual situation.
Some patients at Tigard Recovery Center pay for treatment services directly, but we also accept private insurance and Oregon Health Plan. At this time, we do not accept Medicare. All insurance plans are different in what kinds and what amount of mental health and substance abuse treatment they cover. Our intake specialists will work with patients and their insurance providers to determine coverage and out of pocket costs. For outpatient mental health services, prospective patients must enroll in the Oregon Health Plan, and hold mental health treatment Verity coverage.
Tigard Recovery Center and CODA provide a full spectrum of opiate addiction care options within a fully-staffed medical environment with access to addiction medication and treatment support. Although not everyone needs detoxification or withdrawal management services, it is frequently the first step in our patient’s recovery process.
Detoxification occurs when a recovering addict quits using their drug of choice and their body begins to rid itself of the toxic substances. This is a difficult adjustment for the chemically dependent body, resulting in intense drug cravings and a range of unpleasant, and sometimes debilitating, withdrawal symptoms. At certain CODA locations, we provide “inpatient sub-acute detoxification,” which means patients will check into a facility for twenty-four-hour medical monitoring and medication treatment to safely and comfortably manage the symptoms of detoxification.
To find out if they are eligible for inpatient withdrawal management, prospective patients should call in for a telephone screen. The screening process usually takes about ten minutes, during which individuals are asked about the durations and severity of their addiction, as well as any other health issues. If it is determined that medically managed detox is ideal for the patient’s unique needs, we want them to enter into treatment as soon as possible, so we swiftly arrange for them to have further interviewing and medical exams that will occur on site. The average inpatient stay for full withdrawal management is between five to ten days.
Tigard Recovery Center focuses on outpatient addiction treatment, and one of the best treatment options for opiate addiction is Methadone. For over fifty years, methadone has been safely used for addiction treatment, and rigorously tested and studied. Stabilizing brain chemistry and relieving symptoms of withdrawal are essential to recovery support, as these debilitating physical symptoms can quite easily lead to relapse.
Patients who do relapse are not kicked out of the outpatient treatment program at Tigard Recovery Center. Our mission, and CODA’s mission, is to guide our patients towards recovery, and the recovery journey is not always a smooth, straight path. For some, relapse is just a part of their disease. It isn’t a weakness, or a failure of willpower or morals, but simply another symptom. Counselors and other staff members at Tigard Recovery Center will work with patients who relapse to discover and address the reasons behind the relapse and their substance abuse in general, and help them collaboratively create a plan for future recovery success.
CODA offers compassionate, evidence-based opiate addiction treatment for women and men at Tigard Recovery Center. We are dedicated to helping our patients get the treatment, healthcare, employment and housing they need to achieve successful recovery and maintain a healthier, happier life.
In the Opioid Treatment Program/Addiction Medicine Division of Tigard Recovery Center, we match each patient with the ideal FDA-approved, opiate addiction medication for their unique physical, mental, and behavioral needs. We have the licensing and experience to effectively prescribe and administer Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone), Vivitrol (extended-release naltrexone), oral naltrexone, and methadone. Services provided in the Opioid Treatment Program include thorough assessments, care coordination, case management, medication administration, individual and group therapy, family involvement in treatment when appropriate, and supported employment. We serve the general adult population, and at times individuals involved with the criminal justice system or child welfare.
The outpatient services at Tigard Recovery Center treat families and individuals. We provide assessment, toxicology testing, counseling, supported employment, Medication Assisted Treatment, DUII services, case management and care coordination. Our outpatient programs are available in both intensive and general treatment modalities.
Opiate addiction creates profound changes in the way an addict’s brain functions. Opiate drugs like heroin hack into the brain’s reward center, so that we quickly learn to prioritize drug seeking behavior as if it will save our lives, even as it is risking our lives. These changes take time and careful treatment to heal, and Medication Assisted Treatment works because it stabilizes the damaged brain chemistry so that patients can function well and engage in therapy to work on any underlying emotional, mental and behavioral issues contributing to addiction.
Tigard Recovery Center employs a range of educated, experienced, and caring individuals qualified to manage health records, carry out research, teach parenting skills, run counseling sessions, manage payroll and provide medical and addiction care treatment. Whether directly involved in patient care, or in keeping the facility clean, safe, and functional, we are all part of a team. Every doctor, administrative staff person, case manager, medical assistant, leader, accountant, maintenance worker, nurse, and counselor working at Tigard Recovery Center is dedicated to supporting the collaborative process of addiction recovery, and building healthy lives and communities.
Our staff believe in CODA’s mission and vision, which holds that an important part of the work at Tigard Recovery Center is to break down the stigma associate with substance abuse and mental illness. For this reason, we promptly respond to media requests. We welcome educators, researchers and journalists who want to come to CODA to learn more about the services we provide, including research and evidence based treatment.
However, there are times when a tragedy such as an accident or overdose involving drugs or alcohol strikes our community, and journalists call us to inquire if the individuals involved have received treatment from us. We never answer such inquiries. This is because we are bound by our dedication to professionalism, as well as by the HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), as well as other laws related to medical confidentiality. Our recovery community is dedicated to protecting the patients who come to us for treatment, as well as their families and friends. We are, though, quite happy to provide information about addiction treatment and recovery, and will connect inquiring journalists with addiction experts who can ensure accurate coverage on the topic.
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