In April 2022, we created and launched a new Alcohol & Drug Housing Assistance Program in partnership with the Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division. Building on our existing peer-led Traditional Health Worker model, we provide housing assistance to adults engaged in substance misuse treatment services while focusing on their recovery.
This program is integrated with our existing team of Traditional Health Workers, CADCs, Peer Recovery Mentors, Outreach Workers, Case Managers and Behavioral Health professionals. This program assists those seeking to find clean and sober transitional housing or stay housed in existing living situations. This program helps with varying aspects of housing assistance that is assessed for each individual’s specific needs.