Addictions Program Prevention & Treatment

Mission Statement

UMATILLA COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES is committed to providing comprehensive services and supports that are person-directed, trauma-informed and recovery-focused. Our dedicated staff seeks to engage individuals and their families through motivational, culturally competent, goal oriented treatment in compassionate and caring environments at accessible community locations. Recovery is fostered and promoted through the establishment of a trusting and healing partnership addressing the biological, psychosocial and spiritual aspects of addiction.

Services

    • Alcohol/Drug Treatment
      • Screening and Assessment 
      • Outpatient Treatment
      • Intensive Outpatient Treatment
      • Anger Management
    • DUII Info/Rehab (Oregon/Washington)
    • Aftercare
    • Oral Fluids Testing
    • Urinalysis (outsourced results)
    • Gambling Treament
    • Employee Assistance Programs
    • Referrals to Detoxification Facility or other appropriate services

Questions and Answers

  • How much will it cost?
    • IF you have a Medical Card the cost for service is:
      FREE   *Anger Management excluded

    • If you have insurance, we will bill insurance and you will owe the difference between the amount your insurance pays and a percentage of your fee based on your family income and number in your family residing together: % of Sliding Fee Click here for Fee Table.
    • IF you are court mandated for treatment and you do not have insurance or a medical card. The cost for service is: $32.00 per hour minimum. It will be determined at your Assessment how often you attend group or schedule individual sessions, drug test will occur at random.
    • IF you are voluntarily choosing treatment and you do not have insurance or a medical card, the cost for service will be determined by your family income and number in your family residing together on a sliding fee scale based on our cost to provide the service. Sliding Fee
  • What I need to do?
    • Step 1:  Stop by one of our offices (between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. -Mondays thru Thursdays unless a Holiday)
    • Step 2: Pick up a packet of information and schedule an appointment for an Assessment.  This packet must be complete prior to the Assessment.
    • Step 3: Please plan on arriving 15 minutes before your scheduled Assessment.
  • What I need to bring with me to the Assessment? 
  • √            Completed Assessment Packet
  • √            Verification of Income via paycheck stub(s).
  • √            Medical or Insurance Card.
  • √            $80.00 to be applied to the cost of your Assessment
  • What should I expect?
    • To be greeted by a friendly receptionist who will discuss your fees with you and ask for a payment of the Assessment and a drug test.
    • To sign the following forms:
      • Consent to Treat
      • Fee Agreement
      • Program Agreement
      •  Release(s) of Information
      • Risk Assessment
    • To be seen by a caring and empathetic counselor trained to provide treatment.  Together with the counselor, you will develop a plan of treatment.  Both of you will sign the Treatment Agreement.
      • Problem (in your own words identify issue or problem to be the focus of treatment):
      • Goal:  (in your own words identify what you wish to accomplish to improve to resolve issue or problem):
      • Objectives: (What activity(ies) or action(s) are you willing to engage in to reach your Goal:
      • Interventions:  What service(s) do you want or need to achieve your Goal:
      • Others involved in development of this Treatment Plan or included as part of the course of treatment (please identify):
      • How will you know progress has been made toward resolving the issue or problem:
  • What are my rights?
    • To have my case kept confidential, including the fact that I come for treatment (exceptions are detailed on Consent for Treatment);
    • To receive services regardless of my ability to pay;
    • To voice any complaint if I feel my rights are violated;
    • To be treated with dignity, compassion and respect;
    • To be seen in a reasonably safe and private environment;
    • To receive services in a setting that promotes independence and is not restrictive or intrusive;
    • To consent to or refuse treatment;
    • To be actively involved in planning my alcohol & drug services;
    • To prior notice of service termination or transfer;
    • To have access to and privacy for communication with any rights protection program or advocate;
    • To file a complaint;
    • To agree to the amount and schedule of payment of any fees charged for services provided;
    • To receive culturally appropriate service;
    • To receive equal services regardless of my race, religion, sex, ethnicity, age, handicap, sexual preference, place of residence or ability to pay;
    • To read my clinical record unless restricted by law;
    • To have my clinical records kept confidential within the laws of the State of Oregon;
    • To receive an explanation of anything I do not understand about my treatment;
    • To have written material explained in an understandable manner.