Hooper Detoxification Stabilization Center

1535 N Williams Ave.
Portland, OR 97227



Mass transit:

  • MAX Blue, Red and Yellow lines
  • TriMet bus lines 17, 4, 44, 6, 77

Hooper Detoxification Stabilization Center offers compassionate treatment for people coming off drugs, alcohol or other substances. David P. Hooper, our center’s namesake, was a talented track star and aspiring politician. He also struggled with alcohol use. Hooper died in the Portland city jail in the early 1970s, when Oregon still defined alcohol addiction as a crime, not a disease. Our building bears his name as a reminder that there’s a better way to care for people struggling with substance use and addiction.

Today, Hooper Detoxification Stabilization Center serves 2,000 to 3,000 people a year in a safe, inclusive space. Many of our staff are in recovery themselves and have experienced the challenges of withdrawal and early stabilization. They serve as reminders that recovery is possible, and often provide the first rays of hope for the journey ahead.

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Hooper’s inpatient program offers 24/7 withdrawal management and stabilization services for people in the early stages of recovery from alcohol, opioids and other drugs.

We understand and can care for the complex needs of clients who need withdrawal management services while pregnant or managing diabetes, high blood pressure or other health concerns.


  • Withdrawal treatment for alcohol and other substances.
  • Medication-supported recovery with Suboxone (buprenorphine).
  • 24-hour nursing support.
  • Screening and coordination for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C treatment.
  • Coordinated planning for the transition from Hooper to outpatient treatment, primary care, supportive/substance-free housing or back home.
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How to access care

You can walk in to Hooper by 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday for our morning triage.

Hooper is closed to admissions on three holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas and Independence Day.

We admit people based on the severity of their needs and our capacity, not on a “first come, first serve” basis.

If you are not admitted by 7:45 a.m., we encourage you to try again the next business day.


Preparing for your stay

Most people stay from three to eight days. We provide all your basic needs, including clothes, shoes, toothbrushes and toiletries.

If you have food allergies or necessary dietary restrictions, we will accommodate them. If you have other food preferences, ask us and we will do our best.


  • Your I.D. or a piece of mail with your name/address.
  • A 10-day supply of any medications you are taking, including insulin and inhalers, in the original packaging (required).
  • Your own T-shirts, undergarments, books and journals (optional).

Do not bring:

  • Controlled substances such as Lyrica (pregabalin), Ativan (lorazepam), Ambien (zolpidem), Adderall (amphetamine and dextroamphetamine), oxycodone, methadone or your own Suboxone (buprenorphine). If you bring these items, we must destroy them.

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Outpatient Care

If you want the flexibility of a medical evaluation for substance use without staying on site, Hooper’s outpatient program may be a good option. Our medical providers can conduct an assessment and offer personalized recommendations. Additionally, our outpatient care coordinator can support you in finding treatment support services through CCC or our partner agencies.


  • Medication-supported recovery with Suboxone (buprenorphine).
  • Alcohol withdrawal treatment for patients meeting outpatient treatment criteria.
  • Care for clients taking methadone who have additional substance withdrawal needs.
  • Coordinated planning for the transition to long-term outpatient care through referrals to primary care, addiction treatment programs and supportive/substance-free housing services.


How to access care

You can become a patient in our outpatient program after discharge from an inpatient stay at Hooper, by calling us at 503-238-2067, or by walking in and asking about our outpatient services. Our staff will help you fill out any necessary paperwork and schedule an appointment, often on the same day.

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For providers and community partners: Refer a patient

You can make a referral by completing the downloadable Hooper referral packet or culturally-specific Hooper referral packet and emailing it to hooperreferrals@ccconcern.org.

Care coordination is an integral part of our services. The more information you provide before admission, the sooner we can start transition planning.

For mental health emergencies, please call the Multnomah County Mental Health Call Center.

Multnomah County Mental Health Call Center

  • 503-988-4888
  • Toll-free: 800-716-9769
  • Hearing-impaired: 711 

Other local mental health crisis lines:

  • Clackamas County Mental Health Crisis Line:
  • Washington County Mental Health Crisis Line:
  • Clark County Mental Health Crisis Line:
    Toll-free: 800-686-8137

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Insurance information

We don’t turn anyone away for lack of insurance or inability to pay.

We accept Oregon Health Plan, self-pay and some private insurance. Need coverage? We can help you get set up.

Some insurance plans require preauthorization for a stay at Hooper. Other private plans and Medicare may require you to go to their preferred clinic. If you are unsure, call us to see what your options are.


COVID-19 safety

Our center is clean and safe for inpatient treatment. Learn more about our response to the pandemic.

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