Substance Use Disorders (SUD)
Cascadia offers alcohol and drug outpatient services for adults, including individual therapy with professional counselors helping with coping with past trauma, mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety, education on the effects of substances, relapse prevention, and building effective relationships.
We offer women’s groups, men’s groups and culturally specific groups for African Americans, and the LGBTQ community.
Medication Supported Recovery
Cascadia offers Medication Supported Recovery (MSR) — commonly referred to as Medication Assisted Treatment — as part of our substance use disorder treatment options. This allows us to respond to the opioid epidemic in a way we have not been able to before. MSR is effective and decreases opioid overdose. Cascadia can offer clients support through their SUD treatment with counseling and medication-assisted treatment.
Individuals can call directly, and Cascadia also welcomes referrals from other organizations to our MSR services. For individuals who would be better supported in a higher level of care, Cascadia will refer to a community partner. Individuals receiving services through Cascadia’s residential and supportive housing programs can access MSR through our health centers.
Gambling addiction can interfere with your finances, relationships, and life. Cascadia offers free individual, group and couples counseling for Oregon residents. Treatment is customized for each client and can help you regain control of your life, deal with the stresses and problems created by gambling, and can help you build new skills to help you reduce your dependence on gambling.
For more than 20 years we have been changing lives, restoring hope, and promoting lasting recovery. We have specialized training and years of experience addressing all of the challenges that come with gambling addiction. We understand that addictive gambling can be relentless and unforgiving. It can destroy not only the life of the gambler but also impacts the financial and emotional safety of their friends and family. The first step is recognizing and acknowledging the gambling issue.