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

Tigard Oregon Drug Alcohol Rehab
Tigard is a suburb of Portland in Washington County, Oregon. In 2021, there were at least 65 non-fatal overdoses in Washington County alone.This number is part of a larger group of urban counties that attributed to 89% of all non-fatal overdoses in the state — out of seven urban counties, Washington County had the fifth highest rate of these overdoses.1 Thankfully, there are nearly 90 accredited options for alcohol and drug rehab in Tigard, including free and state-funded treatment, luxury rehab, dual diagnosis care, and more. Most rehab centers accept private insurance while others take Medicaid and Medicare.

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Statistics in Tigard, Oregon

Opioid misuse is widespread throughout Washington County, and it comes with some serious consequences. Here are some facts and figures for opioid misuse in the Tri-County Region, Washington County, and Tigard:2,3

Local Information for Visiting Tigard, Oregon

Are you planning to attend an alcohol or drug rehab in Tigard? If the answer is yes, it’s a good idea to get to know what the city has to offer—whether you’ll be going for an inpatient program, outpatient program, or detox program, or you are simply visiting a loved one at a treatment center there.

While the city is well-known as the home of Washington Square Mall, it’s full of memorable things to do, from hiking to exploring parks and gardens, checking out fun little shops, visiting museums, and a whole lot more.

Here are a few travel tips to help you get there and get around:

Resources

  1. Oregon Health Authority. (2022). Opioids and the Ongoing Drug Overdose Crisis in Oregon.
  2. The Public Health Departments of Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties. (2016). Tri-County Region Opioid Trends.
  3. Bourgeois, Michaela. (August 24, 2022). Rainbow Fentanyl in OR: Tigard Police Recover Rainbow Fentanyl Amid Rise in Overdoses.