MULTNOMAH COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
PATH (PROMOTING ACCESS TO HOPE)
PATH (Promoting Access to Hope) serves residents who need help accessing treatment for substance use disorder (SUD). The team supports people by helping them understand their treatment needs and options such as: outpatient and residential treatment; detox and withdrawal management medication; harm reduction; problem gambling services; and ongoing recovery support services.

Care coordination and culturally-specific care coordination for African-American, Latinx and LGBTQIA2S+ clients. Services for people living with HIV.
209 SW 4th Avenue
Suite 520
Portland, OR 97204
Eligibility: Must be experiencing SUD issues and having trouble accessing care, no matter what stage of change they're in.

Clients must also be:
-Involved or at risk of involvement with law enforcement
-Houseless or at risk of becoming houseless due to substance use
-Willing to work on recovery goals and/or harm reduction
-Willing to engage in behavioral health services
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (503) 988-5464 Main phone
  • (503) 988-4888 Crisis Line
  • (800) 716-9769 Toll-free Call Center
  • (503) 988-9426 Intake
Email Address: pathteam@multco.us
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Complete a Referral Form and Authorization To Exchange And Disclose Health Information forms that are located on agency website. Call for more information.
FEES: None for Care Coordination. Other fees may vary by service. No charge treatment services available.
DOCUMENTS: Referral Form and Authorization To Exchange And Disclose Health Information form
AREA SERVED: Multnomah County
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish
SITE HOURS: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Services:
  • Adult Residential Treatment Facilities
  • Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment
  • Medication Assisted Maintenance Treatment for Substance Use Disorders
  • Substance Use Disorder Counseling
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MULTNOMAH COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH