CCMH

Drug and Alcohol Treatment

It is never too late to get help

Substance abuse and addiction is a family and community problem; it impacts everyone regardless of age or circumstance. We help youth, adults and families who face this challenge by offering support and recovery through outpatient, inpatient and residential programs. A clinician will meet with you to determine the right level of care based upon your use pattern and preferences for treatment.

Outpatient Services

Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient programs allow you to continue to live at home and work in your community during drug or alcohol rehabilitation. In this level of care we offer group and individual therapy, with urine analysis testing available for legal/court mandates. CCMH also provides FREE Gambling Addiction Treatment for individuals and their families.

Residential Treatment

The Residential level of care is appropriate for individuals who need 24/7 support to develop a program of recovery. Rehabilitation requires a 90 day stay at our facility in Saint Helens, where individuals benefit from individual, group, and milieu therapy. Transitional support at the end of your stay prepares you for step down into community based outpatient services in order to maintain your program of recovery.

Medical Detox

Our medically monitored and clinically managed detoxification program helps you safely and effectively withdrawal from substances so that you can begin the rehabilitation process. Registered nurses and detox technicians provide 24 hour care, with typical length of stay averaging 3 to 7 days. Medication, if needed, helps reduce your withdrawal symptoms and makes you as comfortable as possible so that you can begin to focus on recovery.

Satellite Locations

We serve Columbia County from various satellite locations in Scappoose, Saint Helens, Rainier, Clatskanie, and Vernonia. Call the main office to inquire about Drug and Alcohol Treatment services available in your community.

No one plans for a crisis; they happen, and we are here to help you.

We have trained professionals standing by to assist you or someone you know. Please call us, anytime of the day or night.

Phone or community based crisis support available at:

58646 McNulty Way
St. Helens, OR 97051
Phone: (503) 782-4499

To Report child abuse, contact:

DHS Child Abuse Hotline
(877) 302-0077

Reporting Numbers List

To report the abuse of an adult :

Christopher Ward
Adult Abuse Investigator
(503) 438-2195
christopherw@ccmh1.com
*If at any time you feel an individual is being hurt or is in immediate danger, please call 911

Hope and Healing Begins Today

Columbia Community Mental Health is a non-profit agency
dedicated to excellence in behavioral healthcare.

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Call us, we’d love to meet you. Direct Main Line: (503) 397-5211
If you are in crisis, call: (503) 782-4499

Let the Executive team know how it’s going: contactccmh@ccmh1.com

Walk-In Clinic Schedule:
Monday and Tuesday 1pm-3pm
Thursday and Friday 9am-11am

*call if these days/times don’t work for you

Main Campus:
58646 McNulty Way
St Helens OR 97051

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