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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Resources in Hillsboro, Oregon

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Hillsboro, Oregon is the fifth-most populated city in the beautiful state of Oregon. It is known for attractions like the Washington County Museum and the Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum as well as beautiful natural attractions like the Wildwood Trail and the Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve. You might not expect substance abuse to be an issue in such a beautiful and vibrant city, but the epidemic of drug and alcohol addiction that has affected so many people in this country has not sparred Hillsboro, Oregon.

Substance use disorder affects the lives of people throughout the state of Oregon. It doesn’t just destroy the lives of individuals; it can tear apart families and entire communities. Heroin overdose deaths in the state of Oregon have risen from 0.8 per 100,000 people in the year 2000 to 2.9 per 100,000 people, according to the Oregon Health Authority. Numbers like these may be distressing. However, the fortunate news is that millions of people affected by this disease have been able to find healing.

For those who are suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction in Hillsboro, Oregon, it’s fortunate that there are many resources to help you find the treatment you need. The purpose of this guide is to help you understand your options for detox, drug and alcohol rehab centers in Hillsboro as well as recovery meetings.

Our Closest Facility

  • The Recovery Village Ridgefield Detox Center5114 NE 94th Ave Vancouver, WA 98662
    (877) 594-0735

Detox Centers in Hillsboro

The first step in getting sober or stopping a substance is detox. This is the process your body goes through when it eliminates the harmful substance. For most patients, withdrawal symptoms of substances like marijuana or hallucinogens are few, if any. However, for other patients who are addicted to substances like Xanax, hydrocodone or alcohol, withdrawal symptoms need to be managed medically. This is where detox centers can be helpful.

In a detox center, patients will be monitored by healthcare professionals and treated with any medication necessary to help them get through the process of withdrawal from whichever substance their bodies have come to be dependent on. Detoxing on your own at home is not recommended. It can be painful, uncomfortable and even dangerous. Detoxing from substances like benzodiazepines can be fatal in some cases if not done properly. This is why many patients choose to visit a detox center.

Treatment facilities like The Recovery Village Ridgefield offer residential and outpatient treatment programs in addition to medically-supervised detox. This is usually the best option as patients are able to begin a treatment program immediately after detox. While a detox center will help you through the physical symptoms of stopping the substance you have become dependent on, it will do nothing to help you with the psychological and emotional issues at the root of your addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs in Hillsboro

There are numerous choices for the citizens of Hillsboro, Oregon, when it comes to the treatment of alcohol or drug addiction. Rehabilitation centers offer a number of treatment programs. In order to understand which treatment program is going to be the most effective for you, you will first need to learn more about the treatment programs that are available.

Residential or Inpatient Treatment Programs

Patients who need medical supervision 24/7 are good candidates for the residential or inpatient treatment program. In this program, they will be staying on campus in the facility overnight, and they will have access to addiction specialists and healthcare professionals around the clock. For patients who don’t currently have access to a stable living situation, this is an ideal treatment option. Inpatient patients participate in healing and recreational activities, counseling (both on an individual level and a group level) and substance misuse courses.

Outpatient Treatment Programs

Most facilities will have different levels of outpatient treatment like Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) as well as Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs). Typically, PHP patients spend more time on campus at the facility, and they go home in the evenings whereas IOP patients commute to the facility three to five times a week. This is a good option for patients who have a lot of work or family commitments. This is also a good option for patients who have already completed a residential program and want to have a smooth transition back into their everyday routines.

Focus on Your Recovery

The benefit of inpatient programs is that patients are removed from the destructive environment where they may have been abusing substances. Taking the time out to go to a rehabilitation center for drug and/or alcohol addiction may seem like an inconvenience, but your health and recovery is important. Without it, you can’t have anything else. Inpatient programs are often the most effective programs to treat substance use disorder.

Oregon Hospitalizations

The overdose of drugs was the cause of 15,000 hospitalizations in between 2000 and 2012 in the state of Oregon. This is a baffling number. However, those struggling with substance use disorder can find hope in the fact that millions of people all over America have been able to find their pathways to recovery at national treatment facilities like The Recovery Village Ridgefield.

Hillsboro, Oregon Recovery Meetings

Recovery meetings are an important part of any patient’s aftercare once they have completed a treatment program – whether that is an inpatient treatment program or an outpatient treatment program. Fortunately, Hillsboro offers many different options for those who are looking for recovery meetings.

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Hillsboro

The members of the program of Alcoholics Anonymous are known to say things like, “keep coming back because it works if you work it.” Alcoholics Anonymous is a program that is based on the 12 steps, which asks members to surrender their alcohol addiction to a higher power. Alcoholics Anonymous have many encouraging tools like the steps, the promises, the principles and the traditions. Hillsboro features a number of AA meetings. Here are a few.

Meetings Near Hillsboro, OR

  • Dry Noon Group
    First Congregational Church
    494 E. Main St.
    Hillsboro, OR 97123
  • Helvetia Happy Hour Group
    Helvetia Community Church
    11295 NW Helvetia Rd.
    Hillsboro, OR 97124
  • Keep it Simple Group
    Unitarian Church
    22785 NW Birch St.
    Hillsboro, OR 97124

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Hillsboro

Narcotics Anonymous is the 12-step program that focuses on the addiction to any substance, not just alcohol. Those who are struggling with an addiction to marijuana, opiates, benzodiazepines, cocaine and any other substance will be welcome at NA meetings. The 12 steps of NA are extremely similar to the 12 steps of AA, and like AA, NA also asks members to turn to a higher power. Here are a few NA meetings in Hillsboro.

Meetings Near Hillsboro, OR

  • Bridges
    247 Southeast Washington St.
    Hillsboro, OR 97123
  • First Congregational Church
    494 East Main St.
    Hillsboro, OR 97123
  • Hillsboro United Methodist Church
    168 NE 8th Ave.
    Hillsboro, OR 97124

SMART Recovery Meetings Near Hillsboro

The concept of a surrendering your addiction to a higher power can be difficult for some people, and so 12-step programs are not for everyone. SMART Recovery is the largest recovery group that offers an alternative to the programs of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Those who are addicted to both drugs and alcohol are welcome at SMART Recovery meetings, which encourage self-reliance. Here are the SMART Recovery meetings that are closest to Hillsboro.

Meetings Near Hillsboro, OR

  • Domestic Violence Resource Center
    180 E. Main St. #201
    Hillsboro, OR 97123
  • NAMI
    18680 SW Shaw St.
    Aloha, OR 97007
  • Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
    9205 SW Barnes Rd.
    Portland, OR 97225

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings Near Hillsboro

Al-Anon is the sister organization of Alcoholics Anonymous for the loved ones of those who suffer from an addiction to alcohol. Nar-Anon is the same type of organization – a sister organization to Narcotics Anonymous for the loved ones of those who suffer from drug addiction. Being the mother, father, brother, sister, relative or loved one of someone struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction can be difficult. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon offer support and understanding, Here are the Nar-Anon and Al-Anon m meetings in Hillsboro.

Meetings Near Hillsboro, OR

  • Al-Anon
    Congregational Church
    494 E Main St.
    Hillsboro, OR 97123
  • Nar-Anon
    St. Vincent’s Hospital
    9205 SW Barnes Rd.
    Portland, OR 97225

Substance Abuse Treatment Resources in Surrounding Communities

There are many surrounding cities that are convenient to Hillsboro, Oregon, which also offer many recovery resources. If you are thinking about treatment for drug and/or alcohol addiction, you may want to expand your search for resources to the following communities:

Portland, Oregon
Vancouver, Washington
Beaverton, Oregon
Tigard, Oregon

Gresham, Oregon
Newburg, Oregon
Salem, Oregon
Olympia, Washington

Areas Served

  • 97003