The CATT Connection Newsletter
December 2022 - CATT Champion Johanna shares her recovery story in this issue and we reveal our big plans for 2023.
October 2022 - We've purchased our second building for the project, created a campaign to reduce stigma around substance use treatment, and are proud to highlight another CATT Champion.
August 2022 - This edition features a message from our architect, where we stand financially, a restructuring of the project as we move into another phase and another amazing CATT Champion!
June 2022 - CareOregon just brought us closer to being fully funded! Plus, we've selected an intensive services provider and an architect (pending Board approval). Read about all our exciting news and meet our second CATT Champion.
April 2022 - We are excited to be seeking a provider to operate the CATT intensive services and an experienced architectural firm to design the facility. This edition also features our first of many CATT Champions!
February 2022 - We've secured one location and are pursuing another for the split-campus model. Plus, we introduce online FAQs and a link to our Community Engagement Strategic Plan in this edition of the newsletter.
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Press releases and media coverage
July 19, 2022 - Hillsboro Tribune News "Washington County secures Beaverton site for addiction center" (may require a subscription to view)
July 19, 2022 - Press Release "Washington County selects provider, architect for future addictions treatment center"
June 21, 2022 - The Lund Report "CODA to operate one-stop substance use recovery center in Washington County" (may require a subscription to view)
December 23, 2021 - Forest Grove News Times "Forest Grove joins opioid settlement" (may require a subscription to view)
July 26, 2021 - The Lund Report "Washington County greenlights one-stop recovery center for substance use" (may require a subscription to view)
July 22, 2021 - Beaverton Valley Times "Washington County OKs new addiction treatment center" (may require a subscription to view)
July 20, 2021 - Press Release The Board of County Commissioners unanimously adopted the Center for Addictions Triage and Treatment (CATT) Feasibility Study and directed staff to move forward with the project.