Notice: UPDATED DECEMBER 2, 2020

Washington County is following the new health and safety framework announced by Governor Kate Brown. Although essential functions are still being provided throughout the organization, Washington County officials are taking immediate actions to limit person-to-person appearances among staff and the public unless absolutely necessary.

In following this guidance, the lobby to Washington County Behavioral Health is closed to the public with onsite services available by appointment only. The public is urged to access county services through telephone, email, webpages or other electronic means.   

The majority of staff continue to work regular business hours remotely and can provide support through phone calls or video appointments. The public is encouraged to email through the Addictions Services webpage or call 503-846-4528 during regular business hours for assistance.

Need to drop off paperwork? Please use our drop box, available 24/7.

Addiction can be a vicious cycle, but the cycle can be broken.

Substance use disorders are a serious issue in Oregon. If you're not sure there is a problem, take the Substance Abuse Quiz.

If gambling has moved from fun and recreational to a problem that feels serious, take the Gambling Self-Assessment Quiz.

If you are considering treatment, visit the county-funded treatment page or call the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111. You can also visit the Hawthorn Walk-in Center webpage for more information.

The purpose of outpatient and residential substance use disorder services are to build upon resilience, assist individuals to make healthier lifestyle choices, and to promote recovery. Services consist of outreach, early identification and screening, assessment and diagnosis, therapeutic interventions and recovery support.

Watch these short public service announcements for more information: