Portland Sober Living

sober-livingOn this page you will find resources for sober living or halfway houses. These residences can be a vital link in helping someone make the transition from treatment back to “real life.” Likewise, they can be a good resource to help someone who may not need an inpatient program have the daily accountability needed to be successful in an outpatient setting as they begin the process of recovery.

Each living environment will operate according to its house rules to make sure that they are providing a safe environment for their clients. Ask questions about what would be expected of you or your loved one if you were to use their services. It’s important for you and them to agree that this is the right fit. Also, many facilities will have a sobriety requirement for their new clients. This means that a client will need to have been sober and medically stable for a certain amount of time before entering their residence. Make sure that you are aware of this and are honest about your (your loved ones) amount of time sober.

While we cannot make promises about the rates of success of the programs listed on this page. We have done our best to vet these residences and trust that you or your loved one will receive excellent care from them. Please contact them and find out more about what they offer.

As always, please feel free to contact us with any questions clicking here or calling 888-866-9010.


Come Rest Awhile
Photo of Nancy Engeman Director of Come Rest AwhileNancy P. Engeman, Executive Director
Call us at 503-635-0102 or 503-453-7947
Email us here
Demographic groups:Adult women, 18+
Area of expertise: Offers a safe and supportive environment in a family setting for women in recovery from substance abuse
Insurance accepted:No
Additional Information:While we offer information & references to outside help, our residents must attend 12 step meetings and work a recovery program.


Astoria Pointe
Image of New Roads Treatment Centers Logo263 West Exchange
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Primary Contact - Intake
Call us at 877-435-7790Email us using a Secure Contact Form
Demographic groups:We treat those over the age of 18 and their families. We are LGBT inclusive and sensitive.
Area of expertise: Detox, Treatment Center, IOP, and Sober Living. We specialize in gender-specific chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders treatment. We use abstinence-, evidence-, and experiential-based therapies.
Insurance accepted:Yes, we work as an out-of-network provider for PPO plans
Additional Information:Please call anytime with your questions. We will work with you, your clients to make admission as easy as possible.


Willingway
Image of New Roads Treatment Centers LogoPO Box 463
Gleneden Beach, Oregon 97388
Primary Contact - Admissions
Call us at 800-242-9455Email us here
Demographic groups:Primarily adults 18+, however we treat adolescents 13-17 on a case by case basis
Area of expertise: Treatment for addiction and alcoholism/Full Medical Detoxification/extended care for men and women/family week as part of inpatient treatment
Insurance accepted:Yes, contracted with the majority of 3rd party payers and able to single case agreement most others
Additional Information:Willingway and the Mooney Family have been successfully treating alcoholism and addiction for almost 50 years. We are an abstinence based treatment facility. We utilize the most effective detox medications and then advance patients to a base line to determine where the individual is at physically, mentally, and emotionally. Our experience is that a very small percentage leave treatment on any medications


Serenity Homes of Oregon
image of Recovery Consultants, LLC logo7327 SW Barnes Rd
Box #203
Portland, Oregon 97225
Primary Contact - Gregg Wilkey
Call us at 503-203-2545 Email us here
Demographic groups:Adult men 18+, young adults, gay
Area of expertise: process groups, recovery social activities, therapy and counseling resource referrals
Insurance accepted:Yes, most major providers
Additional Information:Very integrated with families & children and family dynamics in the recovery process post-treatment