Since 1989, Letty Owings Center has helped young mothers to become sober, healthy and hopeful about the future.
Because recovery is more complex during pregnancy and while raising young children, we offer a safe, inclusive environment for women to live with their children while in treatment for substance use disorders.
Letty Owings has helped more than 400 women regain stability. Our residents often are able to stay with their children, who might otherwise be placed in foster care. Last year alone, we helped 23 children be reunited with their mothers.
Our services are geared toward the needs of pregnant women and mothers of children under age 5. You’ll find:
Residential treatment for substance use disorders.
Recovery and/or mental health counseling in individual and group settings.
Peer support and mentoring.
Medication management to support recovery and mental health.
Health care providers who can develop birth plans and offer support after delivery.
Case management, including help with family reunification, access to housing and guidance about other social services.
Child care through our in-house nursery or nearby preschools/daycare centers.
Skill-building programs to help residents navigate healthy relationships, build self-esteem, develop successful communication skills, and gain essential life skills such as budgeting, meal planning and time management.
Workshops on progressive parenting, to help residents nurture their families and themselves.
Assistance with the transition to outpatient recovery treatment when the time is right.
How to access care
To learn more about treatment at Letty Owings, call us at 503-235-3546. Our care coordinator will walk you through the process for enrollment and answer any questions you may have.
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We don’t turn anyone away for lack of insurance or inability to pay. We accept Oregon Health Plan, Medicare, self-pay and some private insurance. Need coverage? We can help you get set up.
Our facilities are clean and safe during the pandemic. We screen residents for COVID-19 before admission and periodically during their stay.
When Celeste first came to CCC, she was pregnant, homeless and looking for a fresh start. Our wraparound services helped her gain custody of her son, find work and stay sober — so when COVID-19 put her in a vulnerable position again, she knew there were people who could help her figure out what to do.