Top 20 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Beaverton, OR & Free Treatment Resources

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Perched seven miles west of Portland, the city of Beaverton, OR is surrounded by ski slopes, ocean beaches, and dense forests all around. With small-town charm and proximity to big-city amenities, Beaverton, OR has been voted one of the best places to live and has also made the “coolest suburbs in America” list. Yet, Beaverton is not without its problems. Concerns over a growing opioid crisis in Washington County has spurred locals into action. After losing several students to fentanyl-related poisonings, the school district has partnered with the Beaverton Police Department, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, and the Public Health Department to raise awareness among students of the dangers of buying pills on social media. Additionally, health and human services officials have launched a campaign to ensure get people can access alcohol and drug rehab in Beaverton. If cost is a concern, many treatment facilities offer low-cost or free treatment to those who need it.

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Substance Abuse Statistics in Beaverton, OR

The following statistics reveal recent substance abuse trends in Beaverton and the surrounding Washington County areas:1,2

Does Insurance Cover Drug Rehab in Beaverton?

Yes. Most private insurance plans and government-funded plans provide coverage for at least some, if not all, drug and alcohol rehab services.

Medicaid, Medicare, and TRICARE (coverage for military members) also cover a full range of rehab services, including outpatient, residential, and hospitalization, as well as therapy and medications related to rehab.

Medicaid Offers Coverage for Rehab in Beaverton, OR

Medicaid is a national health plan funded by the government, to offer coverage for low-income and disabled people of all ages. You are eligible for Medicaid if you are:

  • A resident of the state, U.S. national, U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or legal alien
  • Low-income and without other options for health insurance
  • Pregnant, blind, disabled, or in a household with someone with a disability
  • Caring for a child under 18
  • 65 or old

Using Medicare to Help Pay for Rehab

Medicare is a government-funded insurance plan for individuals aged 65 and older, and those with certain health conditions. Medicare covers a wide range of medical services, hospitalization, and outpatient services.

  • Medicare recipients pay a monthly premium based on their income.
  • Medicare pays 80% of covered services, and the rest must be covered out-of-pocket or by supplemental insurance.
  • Many private insurance providers offer Medigap plans that cover the portion not paid by Medicare.
  • Medigap plans may cover additional rehab-related services such as counseling, specialized outpatient programs, or therapy via telemedicine.

Does Your Insurance Plan Cover Addiction Treatment?

Some things you should know about private insurance for drug and alcohol rehab in Beaverton:

  • All insurance plans offered in the Affordable Care Act marketplace must handle addiction treatment as an essential benefit.
  • The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) requires insurers to provide equivalent benefits for both medical and addiction-related treatments, including medications, hospitalizations, inpatient rehab, and outpatient rehab.
  • Some employer-funded and other individual plans may limit their coverage for addiction treatment services and aftercare therapies.
  • Rehab facilities set their own policies about acceptable payment methods, so it’s best to check with the treatment center to confirm if costs are covered by your insurance plan.

Traveling to and Within Beaverton, OR

beaverton oregonIf you are considering an alcohol or drug rehab in Beaverton, Oregon, or visiting a loved one currently undergoing treatment at a Beaverton drug and alcohol rehab – here are some valuable tips to guide your travel plans.

  • The Portland area is known for its heavy and congested traffic, so give yourself extra time to get around town.
  • The City of Beaverton features an extensive public transportation system that makes it easy to travel in the city and throughout the area.
  • Locals consider the southwest part of Beaverton to be the safest part of town due to the low rates of crime.
  • If you’ll be flying to Beaverton, you’ll find a better variety of flights and availability if you fly into and out of the Portland Airport, which is 12.5 miles away.
  • Must-see sites in Beaverton include Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Cooper Mountain Nature Park, and The Belle Ainsworth Jenkins Estate.
  • Popular day trips from Beaverton include kayaking on the Columbia River Gorge, exploring in Silver Falls State Park, and hiking the trails of Mount Hood.

Resources

  1. Substance use disorders and substance use prevention. (n.d.). LiveStories. Retrieved October 25, 2022, from https://insight.livestories.com/s/v2/addictions-and-substance-use-prevention-%7C-washington-county-oregon/f698a437-0b18-4e20-a966-68c949a90343
  2. Fentanyl awareness. (n.d.). Beaverton School District. Retrieved October 25, 2022, from https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/communications-community-involvement/fake-and-fatal

 

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As a recent family medicine graduate, Dr. Katie Brown has a solid foundation in addiction medicine. She is certified to prescribe Suboxone for opioid use disorder and has treated many cases of substance use disorder in her clinic. She is particularly experienced in diagnosing and treating alcohol use disorder as well as its complications.