Program helps women with substance use disorders begin their journey in recovery and end the cycle of addiction. Though our program has an African American cultural focus, we provide culturally responsive services to women and children of all cultural backgrounds.

Project Network provides trauma-informed mental health treatment to women, children, and families. Services aim to stabilize and reduce mental health symptoms, reunite mothers with their children and build healthy family attachment. Families are empowered, educated and supported as they begin breaking negative patterns by learning positive parenting tools to build healthy communication, structure, and secure attachment with their children.

Mothers learn to balance their recovery and mental health needs with the demands and responsibilities of parenthood. Our treatment center imitates the real world. Women buy groceries and prepare their own meals, moms take their children to school and participate in school activities. Children are cared for in Project Network’s daycare while their mothers participate in treatment groups and individual therapy.
3655 NE Garfield Avenue
Portland, OR 97212
Eligibility: Women age 18 and older with children (ages 0-8) or without children
Hours: Residential site operates 24 hours daily
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (503) 528-2140 Main phone Option 3
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Call for intake. Women interested in the program are welcome to attend an informational group on Fridays at 1:30 3655 NE Garfield Portland Or 97212
FEES: Funds available for those who qualify due to low income. Project Network clients must supply their own food.
DOCUMENTS: Tuberculosis card
AREA SERVED: State of Oregon
SITE HOURS: Residential site operates 24 hours daily
  • General Addictions/Substance Use Disorder Support Groups
  • General Addictions/Substance Use Disorder Support Groups * African American Community
  • Substance Use Disorder Counseling
  • Substance Use Disorder Counseling * African American Community
  • Substance Use Disorder Intervention Programs
  • Substance Use Disorder Intervention Programs * African American Community
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