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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in Oregon

The effects of fentanyl misuse, addiction, and overdose are impacting the Oregon community in severe and devastating ways. Help is available for individuals living in Oregon who need addiction treatment. Call to connect with an American Addiction Centers (AAC) admissions navigator about treatment options for fentanyl misuse and addiction.


Fentanyl Help Lines in Oregon

If you are looking for free and confidential help for you or your loved one’s fentanyl addiction, a help line is a good place to start. Drug addiction hotlines are staffed with professionals who know and understand what you are going through. Help line staff can provide referrals for rehab, offer guidance on treatment options, or just listen to your concerns. A few fentanyl help lines in Oregon include:


988 Lifeline – 988
 The 988 Lifeline encompasses a network of local crisis centers across the nation, providing no-cost and confidential emotional support to individuals undergoing suicidal crisis or emotional distress in the United States, available around the clock. Committed to improving crisis services and advocating for suicide prevention, they empower individuals, advocate for professional best practices, and increase awareness of mental health issues.

American Addiction Centers Addiction Helpline
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is a nationwide provider of expert substance addiction and mental health treatment. AAC is committed to providing caring and compassionate support that meets each person where they’re at. When you call the AAC fentanyl helpline, an admissions navigator will listen to your needs and help you figure out your next step. They can help connect you with rehab and treatment options that best suit your personal, financial, and geographical needs.

Lines for Life – 1-800-923-4357
Lines for Life provides help and hope to individuals and communities through mental health and substance abuse prevention programs and crisis support services. The Lines for Life Alcohol & Drug Helpline assists those struggling with substance misuse, provides referrals to local resources for peer support and treatment, and offers compassionate support that can put you on a path to healing.

NAMI Oregon – 1-800-343-6264
The NAMI Oregon Helpline can be reached by calling 1-800-343-6264, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. NAMI Oregon offers resource referrals, support groups, classes, and more at no charge for you and your loved ones.

National Drug Helpline – 1-844-289-0879
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, this free helpline is designed to answer your questions about substance use. The National Drug Helpline can help you understand your insurance coverage if you are uncertain about whether rehab or treatment is covered.

National Rehab Hotline – 1-866-210-1303
Free and confidential, support specialists at the National Rehab Hotline can help you through a mental health or substance use crisis, as well as provide information about counseling, mental health, legal services, and more.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline offers confidential treatment referrals and information services 24/7, every day of the year, at no cost. It extends support to individuals and families managing mental health and/or substance use disorders in English and Spanish.


Local Fentanyl Resources in Oregon

To learn more about what treatment options are available in your area, speak with one of our admission navigators by calling . If you prefer, you can search online using our treatment directory and verify your health insurance coverage.

Residents of Oregon can choose from a variety of treatment options for fentanyl misuse and addiction. Services such as support groups, therapy and counseling, treatment services, and sober living homes are provided by various local and community organizations. The following local resources are available to those living in Oregon and in need of comprehensive support and assistance for fentanyl use and addiction:

  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a global, community-based organization founded in 1953.1 It is a nonprofit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.1 Narcotics Anonymous members meet regularly to help each other stay sober. Members hold more than 72,000 meetings weekly in 143 countries (see the NA Regions Around the World Map), including meetings throughout the state of Oregon.1
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Oregon is an independent, grassroots organization, one of 50 state organizations that comprise the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Their mission is to “improve the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness and for their families and other loved ones through education, support, and advocacy.” NAMI Oregon offers programs through their 17 local chapters across Oregon, both in-person and online via Zoom.
  • Oregon Health Authority, Behavioral Health Services Department provides 24-hour crisis lines, crisis service providers by county, an alcohol and substance helpline, and a suicide and crisis lifeline. The mission of the Oregon Health Authority “ensures all people and communities can achieve optimum physical, mental, and social well-being through partnerships, prevention, and access to quality, affordable health care.”
  • Sober living homes provide a substance-free living environment for Oregon residents recovering from fentanyl addiction.2 Sober living can be a safe, stable, and effective way for people in recovery to transition back to their daily lives.3 Those interested in conducting an online search to find a sober living home can use the National Alliance for Recovery Residences.

Oregon Fentanyl Statistics

According to the Oregon Health Authority’s Public Health Division, fentanyl has surpassed methamphetamine as the drug most frequently involved in overdose deaths in Oregon.4

Seizures by Oregon law enforcement officials of counterfeit pills containing fentanyl have grown dramatically since 2019.4 The amount of fentanyl seized in Oregon’s high intensity drug trafficking areas increased from 690 dosage units in 2018 to more than 2 million in 2022.4 Unintentional opioid overdose death totals in Oregon from 2019–2022 are as follows:5

  • 2019 unintentional opioid overdose deaths–280.
  • 2020 unintentional opioid overdose deaths–472.
  • 2021 unintentional opioid overdose deaths–738.
  • 2022 unintentional opioid overdose deaths–956.

Get Fentanyl Help in Oregon

Help is available when you are ready. Knowing that there are a variety of fentanyl addiction treatment resources in Oregon should help put your mind at ease. To learn more about your treatment options, contact an American Addiction Centers admissions navigator at . We are here to help you on your path to recovery.

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Bestcare Treatment Services
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Willamette Family Women's Residential Program
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LifeWorks NW - Northeast Portland - MLK
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Cedar Hills Hospital
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Rimrock Trails Treatment Services
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Wise Caring

Highly knowledgeable, welcoming, responsive to client needs, caring, respectful, excellent outcomes. Unable to accomodate large groups. This is the best family treatment program I have attended. What I learned from the Wise Caring approach changed my relationship with my addicted loved one and their addiction. I have more peace of mind, clarity and connection to myself because of my work at Wise Caring.

- J.A.
5 out of 5
Medford, OR

Recovery Works Northwest

I've been to every outpatient clinic in the area and this one is by far the best Thay are realistic about adiction and supportive.

- Natalie
4.5 out of 5
Tigard, OR

BestCare- Klamath Falls Residential Treatment

6 and 1/2 years sober.....everything was just what I needed. I'm still sober. not enough 1 on 1.

- M. J.
5 out of 5
Klamath Falls, OR