Alliance Members

The Health Justice Recovery Alliance is an organization whose mission is to ensure that the Drug Addiction Treatment & Recovery Act is implemented fully and without delay. The Alliance is focused on ensuring that Measure 110 dollars are invested in services in the communities most targeted and harmed by the war on drugs —Black, Latino, Native, tribal and other communities of color.

The Alliance is composed of people from across the state with harm reduction and addiction recovery service experience. Every member of the Alliance brings to the table their personal lived experience, professional expertise working on the frontlines of Oregon’s addiction crisis — or both.

The Alliance determines advocacy priorities to defend and implement Measure 110. It oversees a Technical Support Hub for community providers applying for Measure 110 grants, communicates Measure 110 success stories, and conducts outreach to help other providers understand how they can apply for funding. The Alliance stands ready to utilize their collective resources to protect Measure 110 from being weakened or underfunded.

Our Values

Holistic Healing Behavioral Healthcare

Mission: To provide community-based, culturally specific integrated behavioral healthcare to children, adults, and families throughout the Portland metropolitan area.

Painted Horse Recovery

Mission:  To support the Native American community in overcoming addiction through culture and peer recovery support and to take our place as recognized, valuable contributing members of a diverse society.

Bridges to Change

Mission: To strengthen individuals and families affected by addictions, mental health, poverty and homelessness.

Miracles Club

Mission: To rebuild lives, restore families, and renewing our community.

Mental Health and Addiction Association of Oregon

Mission: MHAAO is an inclusive peer-run organization dedicated to self-direction honoring the voice of lived experience.

Fresh Out Community Based Re-Entry

Mission: To help underserved, overrepresented African American men and women transition from prison back into the community.

Northwest Instituto Latino de Adicciones

Mission: Fortalecer lazos profesionales, brindar oportunidades educativas y programas de recuperación culturalmente específicos a la comunidad de habla hispana. (To strengthen professional ties, provide culturally specific educational opportunities and recovery programs to the Spanish-speaking community.)

Outside In

Mission: To help homeless youth and other marginalized people move towards improved health and self-sufficiency.

Oregon Washington Health Network (OWhN)

Mission: To integrate physical, mental, behavioral, and public health services to improve health outcomes and health equity focusing on access, quality, and cost effectiveness.

Central City Concern

Mission: To provide pathways to self-sufficiency through active intervention in poverty and homelessness.

Unite Oregon

Mission: To work across Oregon to build a unified intercultural movement for justice.

Partnership for Safety and Justice

Mission: To transform our response to crime through innovative solutions that ensure accountability, equity, and healing.

Alano Club of Portland

Mission: To provide a welcoming, compassionate and accessible recovery support environment for individuals and families recovering from alcoholism, drug addiction and other addictive disorders.

Freedom to Thrive

Mission: To create a world where safety means investment in people and planet; to end the punishment-based criminal and immigration systems.

Drug Policy Alliance

Mission: To advance those policies and attitudes that best reduce the harms of both drug use and drug prohibition, and to promote the sovereignty of individuals over their minds and bodies.

Oregon Society of Addiction Medicine

ORSAM is a chapter of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), the Nation’s leading addiction medicine professional society. ASAM represents over 4,000 physicians and associated professionals dedicated to increasing access and improving the quality of addiction treatment; educating physicians, other medical professionals and the public; supporting research and prevention; and promoting the appropriate role of physicians in the care of patients with addictions.

White Bird Clinic

Mission: To enable people to gain control of their social, emotional and physical well-being through direct service, education and community.

WomenFirst Transition & Referral Center

Mission: To provide nourishing environments where women can rebuild their lives and self-worth through peer mentorship, life skills trainings, empowerment groups, and essential community support.