Adult Outpatient

Our addiction outpatient services are available in many locations including:

  • St Helens
  • Vernonia
  • Clatskanie
  • Scappoose

Child Welfare Services

Columbia County started a dependency drug court program to address the needs of the client and the family. This program offers wrap around services in day treatment and outpatient services. Dependency drug court is a five phase treatment program to provide support, mentoring, treatment parenting education, budgeting, employment search, housing and collaboration for all that participate. Along with this CCMH is a strong advocate for clients and their family’s needs that enter into the system or are self-references.

We also have an employee that is part of the Addiction Recovery Team at DHS who does screenings, works with caseworkers, addresses barriers, and facilitates that the clients engage in the correct level of care. All services help to reunify families and build health family systems.

Corrections Clients Group

Our adult outpatient program is setup to assist adults with probation, parole and drug related crimes. The objective of this program is to reduce substance abuse and criminal recidivism. One group that is offered is Thinking for a Change, which has been shown to be successful in reducing criminal behavior among adults.

CCMH also offers Adult Drug Court program, which started four years ago. This program is a five phase program that has several benefits for the client. The items that the adult drug court program helps with are avocation, collaboration, employment search, budgeting, parenting, treatment, education, and life skills. This program offers wrap around services and holds the criminal client accountable. Successful completion of the Drug Court Program could result in dismissal of felony charges.

Working to Keep Oregon Safe

  • One person is killed every half-hour due to drunk driving
  • Each year approximately 16,000 are killed in alcohol related crashes
  • Alcohol is a factor in almost half of all traffic fatalities
  • Every other minute a person is seriously injured in an alcohol related crash

DUII Program

What are the penalties for getting a DUII?

The penalties are varied from state to state and include fines, possible house arrest, random drug testing, misdemeanor charges, community service, alcohol education and treatment, ignition interlock devices, not being able to attend places that serve alcohol, loss of your license and of course, jail time.

How Can We Help You?

The DUII program is a court mandated drug program. Someone under the influence of intoxicants must get an alcohol and drug assessment and complete treatment. The goal of this program is to transition and assist clients back into a Drug Free and healthy environment where they can remain a productive citizen.