Substance Abuse Treatment Program

At Cedar Hills Outpatient Services, we approach drug and alcohol addiction as a disease needing long-term treatment. Being in recovery is a lifetime process; we want to help you in your journey toward healing.

You have many options for substance abuse intensive outpatient rehab. Cedar Hills will not only provide substance abuse treatment but we will also address your co-occurring mental health issues; treating the root cause of your addiction. This is the next step on your road to recovery; you cannot start until you have addressed the entire problem and the whole person.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • A safe, comfortable environment
  • Licensed therapists
  • Medication management
  • Evidence-based group therapy on acceptance and commitment therapy, identifying triggers, relapse prevention, managing cravings, and sober living activities
  • Supportive therapies such as art & music therapy
  • Treatment for co-occurring disorders


Day Treatment:
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 1:30 pm (Lunch is provided)

Intensive Outpatient:
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Three days per week)
(Patients can choose which three days of the week work with his or her schedule)


Conveniently located across the street from Cedar Hills Hospital
1815 SW Marlow Avenue, Suite 218
Portland, OR 97225

Cedar Hills Outpatient Services also offers an alumni group on Monday evenings from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. This group is open to any patient who has completed their care at Cedar Hills.

You can enter the substance abuse program three ways; directly, as a step down from detox or after you have completed a residential program. If you think you have a problem with drugs or alcohol addiction, give us a call at (971) 228-8000.

*Designer synthetic drugs are a new epidemic. Spice, Bath Salts, and MDMA can all result in a drug induced psychosis… The inpatient hospital at Cedar Hills can help you or your loved one suffering from a psychotic episode. We have the safe, secure environment to manage unpredictable and aggressive behavior. After a patient is stable, pending appropriate clinical recommendation, he/she will transition either to residential or outpatient services.