Health Justice Recovery Alliance

If you or someone you know needs help, call 503-575-3769.

Check out this new interactive map on our website, which shows Measure 110-funded addiction service providers across the state: http://healthjusticerecovery.org/m110resources/ If you or someone you know needs help, you can also call 503-575-3769.

The Health Justice Recovery Alliance is a statewide advocacy organization that represents nearly 100 community-based organizations and addiction recovery service providers across the state. We work to improve Measure 110 implementation policies and practices, and to ensure that the law’s funding focuses on healing and restoring the communities most harmed by racist drug war policies: Black, Indigenous, Latino, Tribal, Native and other communities of color.

Measure 110 is ramping up investment in long-needed services across Oregon. Detox and recovery beds are being provided, new counseling staff are being hired, and people can access addiction and treatment services more quickly, closer to home, free of charge, and without fear of arrest. 

Measure 110: Saving lives and healing communities through increased services

Measure 110 is ramping up investment in long-needed services.

Detox and recovery beds are being provided, new counseling staff are being hired, and people can access addiction and treatment services more quickly, closer to home, free of charge, and without fear of arrest.

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We shouldn’t expect the police to solve social problems like mental illness, homelessness, or addiction — and we cannot arrest our way out of these problems. It's time for solutions that let mental health and drug treatment professionals help people who need and want treatment, freeing up police to focus on violent crime instead of implementing controversial policies that disproportionately harm Black and brown communities and our houseless neighbors.

We are calling for real solutions, real safety, real healing. We all agree that leaders need to do more - and fast - to address the crisis in our community. They need to finally provide the housing, drug treatment, and mental health care that people need and voters have overwhelmingly supported.

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HJRA Statement on SOS M110 Audit

Provider Response to Governor’s Task Force Recommendations

Criminalizing public use and increasing law enforcement interactions with people in crisis fail to address the real issue, and will only cause harm — particularly to communities of color and people living on the streets.

Call for action: save lives and heal communities through increased services

HJRA's new policy roadmap calls on lawmakers to finally fund a full continuum of care that will ensure that everyone who seeks treatment will receive it.

Urgent call for more treatment, not jail, is the solution for our communities

Hundreds of Oregonians are making their voices heard to the Oregon legislature this week in an urgent call to lawmakers to take swift action against the state’s addiction and housing crisis that has left so many people without options for care.

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