CATT News and Publications

While we are only in the assessment phase for this project, there is already a lot of buzz around the possibility of building the Center for Addictions Triage and Treatment (CATT) in Washington County. Many Oregonians have been affected in some way by substance use disorders and intensive treatment can be difficult to access. Washington County Behavioral Health wants to change that.

After months of planning we are finalizing a thorough feasibility study that will soon be delivered to the Board of Commissioners. The Board will weigh in on the CATT concept during a work session planned for July 2021.   

 

The CATT Connection Newsletter  

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CORRECTION: The dates stated in the January and March newsletters, for the CATT feasibility study to go before the Board of Commissioners, changed after publication. We now anticipate the Board will weigh in on the concept in July. 

MARCH 2021 - Learn about the five core treatment services we plan to include at the CATT, our equity tool and how Measure 110 intersects with the facility concept. (UPDATE: The May 2021 presentation to the Board is now scheduled for July 2021.)
 
JANUARY 2021 - The first edition of the "The CATT Connection" newsletter highlights what the CATT is, why it is needed, what we've learned so far and what's next. (UPDATE: The April 2021 presentation to the Board is now scheduled for July 2021.)

 

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