Portland, Oregon Rehab Centers

Portland is Oregon’s largest city, and one of the most environmentally conscious metropolitan areas in the world. With a long history as a bustling Northwestern commercial port, Portland is located at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. With over 600,000 residents, Portland is the 25th most populous city in the United States, and the city hosts year-round events and activities celebrating its history and multicultural heritage.

Portland has been called the “City of Roses” because the climate makes roses easy to grow. But in recent years, this eco friendly city has acquired a more ominous nickname: “Heroin City.” Portland is the center of a steadily growing Northwestern drug epidemic, led by skyrocketing rates of heroin related arrests, overdoses and deaths.

If you or someone you love might be addicted to drugs or alcohol, help is available at the many Portland rehab centers offering both inpatient and outpatient support for addictions. At Addictions.com, you can find detailed information about addiction treatment in Portland. We’re committed to helping anyone who needs support for recovery from addictions of all kinds.

Portland Addiction Stats

  • Oregon’s death rate from prescription opioids tripled between 2000 and 2012
  • In 2012, Oregon had the country’s highest rate of nonmedical use of prescription opioid medications
  • Alcohol accounts for 16 percent of fatal overdoses in the state of Oregon
  • More than 50 percent of all heroin overdoses in Oregon occur in Portland

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Causes & Signs of Drug Abuse

It may not be easy to tell whether someone is addicted to drugs or alcohol, and typical signs of substance abuse can also have many other causes. But behaviors and symptoms that frequently signal an addiction can include:

  • Losing interest in friends or favorite activities
  • Always needing money, or stealing money and things
  • Mood changes, such as irritability, paranoia, or depression
  • Sudden problems at work or school
  • Physical symptoms such as drowsiness or agitation
  • Poor self care, such as neglecting bathing and grooming

More Rehab Centers in Portland

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Acadia Northwest

10101 SW Barbur Boulevard
Suite 101
Portland, OR 97219

Acadia Northwest

8202 North Denver Street
Portland, OR 97217

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare

2415 SE 43rd Avenue
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97206

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Woodland Park

10373 NE Hancock Street
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97220

Cascadia Behavorial Healthcare Garlington

3034 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212

Central City Concern Recovery Center

726 West Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97205

CEP

709 NW Everett Street
Portland, OR 97209

CODA Inc Portland Recovery Center

1027 East Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97214

CRC/Allied Health Services

808 SW Alder Street
Suite 300
Portland, OR 97205

CRC/Allied Health Services Belmont

2600 SE Belmont Street
Portland, OR 97214

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Getting Help in Portland

Addiction can affect just about every aspect of a person’s life. It strains relationships, causes problems with work and school, and can put an addicted person in prison. What’s more, addiction can kill. At Addictions.com, we want to help you to start your journey toward recovery and a drug free future. That’s why we’re here to provide information on Portland rehab centers for every situation.

Choosing From Many Portland Rehab Centers

When you’re looking for rehab options, it’s important to find a program that’s a good fit for you and your unique circumstances. But the number of alternatives can be overwhelming. To find the best support for your recovery, it’s important to consider your current situation and the goals you want to achieve. Here are a few things to consider.

Do your research. Make a list of things you’re looking for in a rehab, such as inpatient services, family support, or medication management. Visit websites or call prospective rehabs to get more information.

Get help from friends and family. If you know someone who has used a rehab program, ask for an honest evaluation of their experience. Ask family members to help you research prospective rehabs, or to go with you to visit their facilities.

Talk to professionals. Your doctor, counselor or other healthcare professionals may be able to provide information about local rehab programs and make some recommendations.

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