Behavioral Health Resource Network Programs

As a Behavioral Health Resource Network (BHRN) provider identified by the Oregon Health Authority, we offer recovery focused peer support programs for people in Multnomah, Marion, and Jackson counties. Funds that support our programs are made available through Measure 110, which invests public funds to create a more robust recovery services network throughout Oregon with a focus on providing support to those most impacted by the war on drugs. For more information about Measure 110, click here.

Additional resources:

Recovery Network of Oregon

HJRA Resource Directory

If you or someone you know needs help, call 1-833-975-0505.

Resilience & Recovery Project

The Resilience & Recovery Project is a peer support program for justice system-impacted individuals.

We work to provide an opportunity for participants to build individual, social and community resources for long term resilience and recovery, successful completion of supervision and reintegration into the community.

At our various Resilience & Recovery Project Locations, Peer Support Specialists with lived experience engage participants in a goal-oriented collaborative relationship and provide personalized support through holistic and responsive individual and group support services. We work together to reinforce successes and build self efficacy, hope and resilience.

Types of Services Provided:

  • Wraparound peer support and service navigation
  • Drop-in peer support
  • Mobile peer support and outreach
  • Transition and reentry support
  • Peer support classes, groups activities and events
  • Resilience & Recovery action planning
  • Basic needs assistance and barrier removal supports
  • Incentives
  • Parenting specific peer support in Jackson and Multnomah counties
  • More!

 

Jackson County Resilience & Recovery Project

Community Justice Office – 1101 W Main St. Medford, OR 97501
The Collaborative – 914 W Main St. Medford, OR 97501
Parkside Place – 48 Hawthorne St. Medford, OR 97504
Services also available at Jackson County Transition Center

Individuals 18 and older in Jackson County with current or prior justice system involvement are eligible for this program.

For more information about the Resilience & Recovery Project, please email jcpeers@thepathfindernetwork.org or call us at 541.231.0765

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Jackson County Recovery Network BHRN Partners

We are a member of the Jackson County Recovery Network (JCRN) BHRN along with Addiction Recovery Center, Inc., ColumbiaCare Services, Inc., Community Works, Inc., Compass House, Inc., The Family Nurturing Center, HIV Alliance, Jackson County Health & Human Services, La Clinica del Valle, Family Health Center, Inc., Max’s Mission, Oasis Center of Rogue Valley, OnTrack, Inc., Options for Homeless Residents of Ashland, Options for Southern Oregon, Inc., Reclaiming Lives, Rogue Community Health, Stabbin Wagon, and Youth ERA.

Marion County Resilience & Recovery Project

Public Safety Building – 3610 Aumsville Hwy SE Salem, OR 97317
Transition Center – 3950 Aumsville Hwy SE Salem, OR 97317

Individuals 18 and older in Marion County with current justice system involvement with community corrections are eligible for this program.

For more information about the Resilience & Recovery Project, please email mcpeers@thepathfindernetwork.org or call us at 971.280.0493

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Marion County BHRN Partners

We are a member of the Marion County BHRN along with Bridgeway Recovery Services, Inc., HIV Alliance, Ideal Option PLLC, Iron Tribe Network, and Marion County Health and Human Services

Multnomah County Resilience & Recovery Project

R&R Main Location – 7901 NE Glisan St. Portland, OR 97213
Center for Family Success – 7305 NE Glisan St. Portland, OR 97213

Individuals 18 and older in Multnomah County with current or prior justice-system involvement are eligible for this program.

For more information about the Resilience & Recovery Project, please email mltpeers@thepathfindernetwork.org or call us at 503.616.8462

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No Wrong Door BHRN Partners

We are a member of the No Wrong Door BHRN along with Prism Health, Lutheran Community Services Northwest, OHSU Addiction and Complex Pain, OHSU, Partnership Project, Portland Street Medicine, Providence Portland Medical Foundation, The Everly Project, and The Marie Equi Institute

Latino/a/x Multnomah County BHRN Partners

We are a member of the Latino/a/x Multnomah County BHRN along with Central City Concern, Juntos, LLC, and Northwest Instituto Latino De Adicciones.

All activities, programs, and services offered by the Resilience & Recovery Project are available free of charge to eligible residents of Jackson, Marion, and Multnomah Counties.