If you are looking for a holistic drug rehab and addiction treatment program, an Oregon drug addiction hotline can help you find one.

It takes a lot of courage to embark on a path of recovery from substance abuse. Using all the available resources and strategies is therefore critical and can greatly improve your chances of lasting recovery.

Integrated holistic practices provide an opportunity to address not only the physical dimensions of addiction but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects that contribute to your overall wellbeing. By including practices like acupuncture, nutrition, exercise, and mindfulness into your rehab program, it is possible to take a comprehensive approach that aids recovery of your mind, body, and soul.

The National Drug Helpline is a toll-free number 1-844-289-0879 that is open around the clock. We provide instant access to up-to-date information about addiction treatment in Oregon, including programs that take a holistic approach to recovery. All calls to the helpline are answered by trained professionals who can help you find local resources and provide guidance in a safe, private, and non-judgmental space.

Call 1-844-289-0789 today to get answers to all your questions about substance abuse and addiction recovery in Oregon. Complete privacy and confidentiality are guaranteed. We can help you find affordable drug and alcohol treatment facilities in Portland, Eugene, Gresham, Salem, Hillsboro and other towns and cities across Oregon.



The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reports the following with regards to substance use in Oregon: [1]


  • Past-month marijuana use was reported by 10.4% of adolescents in 2017-2019 compared to 9.2% in 2002-2004. During a similar timeframe, the US national average decreased from 7.9% in 2002-2004 to 6.8% in 2017-2019.
  • Past-month alcohol use was reported by 11.1% of youth in 2017-2019 compared to 16.6% in 2002-2004. The US national average also showed a downward trend from 17.6% in 2002-2004 to 9.4% in 2017-2019.
  • Past-month illicit drug use was reported by 11.4% of Oregon teens aged 12-17 years in 2017-2019 compared to 10.6% in 2015-2017. The US national average was stable at 8.2% during this time.
  • Past-year initiation of substances (first lifetime use) was reported by youth as follows during 2017-2019: Alcohol 10.4% (US average 9.3%), marijuana 5.6% (US average 5.2%), and cigarettes 2.8% (US average 2.3%).

Marijuana, alcohol, and illicit drug use among adolescents in Oregon have all shown positive trends with decreased usage in 2019 compared to 2002. However, the numbers are higher than the US average for all substances.


The data for young adults aged 18-25 years in Oregon is as follows:

  • Past-year marijuana use was reported by 49.4% of young adults in Oregon in 2017-2019 compared to 36.2% in 2002-2004. During a similar timeframe, the US national average increased from 28.7% in 2002-2004 to 35.0% in 2017-2019.
  • Past-year marijuana use disorder was reported in 6.4% of young adults aged 18-25 years in Oregon in 2017-2019, compared to 6.6% in 2002-2004. The US national average changed from 6.0% in 2002-2004 to 5.6% in 2017-2019.
  • Past-year opioid use disorder was reported in 0.7% of young adults in Oregon in 2017-2019 compared to 1.4% in 2015-2017. The US national average changed from 1.3% in 2015-2017 to 1.0% in 2017-2019.
  • Past-year illicit drug use disorder was reported in 8.4% of Oregon residents aged 18-25 years in 2017-2019 compared to 8.9% in 2015-2017. The US national average was between 7.2% and 7.5% during this time period.
  • Past-month binge alcohol use was reported by 38.9% of young adults in 2017-2019 compared to 39.6% in 2015-2017. The US national average in 2017-2019 was 35.4% showing binge alcohol use is more prevalent in Oregon compared to the country as a whole.
  • Past-year alcohol use disorder among young adults aged 18-25 was reported in 12.6% of Oregon residents in 2017-2019, compared to 18.2% in 2002-2004. The US national average for 2017-2019 was 9.8%. Oregon therefore has a higher percentage of young adults battling alcohol use disorder compared to the US average for all states.
  • Past-year substance use disorder was reported in 17.2% of young adults aged 18-25 years in Oregon in 2017-2019 compared to 17.7% in 2015-2017. The national average has hovered between 15.1% and 14.7% during this time.


The Behavioral Health Barometer also found the following for 2017-2019 in Oregon residents aged 12 years and older:

  • Past-year tobacco use: 26.5% (US average 26.8%)
  • Past-year marijuana use: 27.7% (US average 16.2%)
  • Past-year marijuana use disorder: 2.3% (US average 1.6%)
  • Past-year heroin use: 0.47% (US average 0.30%)
  • Past-year prescription painkiller misuse: 5.1% (US average 3.7%)
  • Past-year opioid use disorder: 1.0% (US average 0.7%)
  • Past-year illicit drug use disorder: 3.8% (US average 2.9%)
  • Past-year alcohol use disorder: 7.7% (US average 5.3%)
  • Past-year substance use disorder: 10.2% (US average 7.4%)
  • Number of people enrolled in substance use treatment (single day counts for 2019): 20,268
  • Number of people enrolled in opioid treatment programs (single day counts for 2019): 5,146
  • Problems among people enrolled in treatment: 48.5% drug problem only, 17.5% alcohol problem only, 34.0% both drug and alcohol problems
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Acupuncture is an ancient practice that has its roots in traditional Chinese medicine. It is believed to restore balance in the body’s energy flow channels. The treatment involves placing fine, sterile needles at predetermined points on the body. This can aid in reducing cravings, anxiety, and withdrawal symptoms that often accompany detoxification from drugs and alcohol.

An acupuncture treatment is usually offered in a peaceful setting that creates a sense of tranquility, allowing a subtle wave of relaxation to wash over you. The needles are gently inserted at specific points on your body and left in place for a short period of time. This is usually a painless process.


There is a profound relationship between what you eat and how you feel. Eating nutrient-dense foods provides your body with the energy it needs to heal from substance abuse and help you build a healthier future. A holistic addiction treatment program in Oregon focuses on each meal as an opportunity to fuel your body with the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients it needs to support brain function, enhance mood, promote emotional stability, and optimize physical health. By prioritizing whole foods and hydration, your body gets the best chance possible to repair itself, thereby making recovery more manageable.


Regular physical activity has more than just physical benefits – it also boosts your mood, provides a channel for emotional release, helps in regaining mental clarity, distracts you from substance abuse, and adds structure to your day. Physical movements are known to trigger the release of endorphins, which are your body’s natural mood enhancers. These natural chemicals can counteract the emotional lows that are common during drug and alcohol recovery. Whether you walk, run, practice yoga, or engage in other forms of exercise, moving your body is a powerful tool in your healing arsenal. [2]


Mindfulness is the practice of cultivating awareness and acceptance of the present moment. It can be a powerful tool on your journey to recovery from addiction. By embracing mindfulness techniques such as meditation and deep breathing, you can build emotional resilience and develop healthier coping mechanisms. Mindfulness practices teach you to be fully present in the moment, and over time, empower you to manage triggers and cravings with a greater sense of control and clarity, ultimately leading to lasting recovery.

The National Drug Helpline at 1-844-289-0879 can help you find comprehensive programs in Oregon that integrate holistic practices in their substance abuse treatment plans. By participating in a comprehensive rehab program, you can nurture every aspect of your life. Call us today and let us help you recreate a beautiful, balanced, fulfilling life.


  1. SAMHSA. Behavioral Health Barometer Oregon. Available online. Accessed on August 30, 2023.
  2. Harvard Health Publishing. Can Exercise Help Conquer Addiction? Available online. Accessed on August 30, 2023.

Last updated: August 30, 2023