Resources for Measure 110 Providers

The Health Justice Recovery Alliance offers technical assistance and capacity building support, free of charge, for community-based providers of Measure 110 services. Learn more and request technical assistance here.

Upcoming Technical Assistance Workshops:

Upcoming Events

Measure 110 has averted thousands of arrests and stopped more Oregonians from experiencing the barriers and trauma created by criminalization. We’ll be joined by panelists who will share how Measure 110 is making a difference in our local communities:

  • Senator Floyd Prozanski, Chair, Senate Committee On Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation;
  • Representative Rob Nosse, Chair, House Committee On Behavioral Health and Health Care; and
  • Addiction Recovery providers Brendon Kinzel, Parent Mentor, Family Nurturing Center (Medford), and Julia Mines, Executive Director, Miracles Club (Portland)

Why we’re celebrating: Prior to Measure 110, approximately 9,000 people in Oregon were arrested on drug possession charges each year. Measure 110 has averted thousands of these arrests, stopping more Oregonians from experiencing the barriers created by criminalizing addiction.

A criminal record for even a misdemeanor drug charge could end up being an automatic barrier to getting a job, accessing housing, qualifying for a credit card or student loan, and can also automatically disqualify people from getting a professional license in certain trades. The war on drugs created multi-generational harms that span across entire communities; Measure 110 stopped those harms from continuing in Oregon.

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Drug Decriminalization

Harm Reduction


  • Newly funded, open position for a Behavioral Health Apprenticeship Program Manager with United We Heal, which brings together employers and AFSCME union members to collectively develop robust, industry-specific training opportunities that combine on-the-job training and related education, and are responsive to the needs of workers and employers.
  • Across Oregon, there is a shortage of Behavioral Health workers within nearly every field, including mental health and substance abuse. Hundreds of these positions go unfilled every year. As critical as this workforce issue is to ensure people in need receive the best care possible, it’s also a huge opportunity for caring, compassionate people who want a career that is more than a job. Learn more…
  • Learn more: Higher Education After Incarceration

Peer Support

  • Alano Club of Portland Peer Resources:
    • Artists in Recovery – A program designed highlight the intersection between recovery and creative practices through free workshops, classes, and public events featuring nationally renowned artists in recovery, or connected to the recovery community.
    • Peer Recovery Support Services – A holistic approach that uses a multiple pathway recovery system. At its core, it’s about empowering individuals to identify and use their inherent skills to create a recovery plan that’s right for them.
    • Plates for the People – A series of free, monthly cooking classes for people in or seeking recovery, taught by award winning chefs in recovery.
    • The Recovery Gym (TRG) – The PNW’s first fitness center dedicated to helping people on the path to recovery for substance use and mental health disorders.
    • Recovery Toolkit Series – A holistic, multi-disciplinary service model is built on evidence-based practices that enable people with substance use disorders to create individualized recovery toolkits according to their own needs.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Celebrate Recovery
  • Dual Diagnosis Anonymous
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Refugee Recovery
  • Smart Recovery





Page last updated 1/12/23

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