Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

4.3 (2 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
1500 NW Bethany Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97008
8668315700 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Hazelden helps restore hope, healing, and health to people affected by addiction to alcohol and other drugs. All who seek recovery will find it, and the stigma of addiction will be overcome. Treat the whole person as well as the illness. Treat every person with dignity and respect. Continue a commitment to the Twelve Step fellowship. Be of service. Remain open to innovation.

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Reviews and Ratings Details

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Outstanding and understanding staff. Treatment and support lasts for a lifetime! Hazelden Beaverton, if it had been around a few years ago, would have saved by brother\'s life! He died of an overdos...


Hazeldon has many treatment plans offered. For my boyfriend he had a special one to go along with his dire prognosis of his degree of heroin addiction they also offered special help for Doctors. They ...

Areas of Focus
Family Program

Supportive one-and-a-half-day family program designed to educate and promote healthy approaches to addressing addiction in the family. Participants share with other families, learn how to support individuals during and after treatment, and practice promoting healthy family dynamics. Continuing family care offered once per week in group format. This ongoing program covers various topics to support families in dealing with family and interpersonal issues in addiction, whether responding to relapse, living with family members in active addiction, or supporting their own health and happiness.

Pain Management

Pain management at Hazelden is not opiate-based treatment. Meaning, we do not prescribe opiates (morphine, oxycontin, fentanyl) like many pain management clinics. Our overall goal is preservation and improvement of the quality of life and reducing the risk of unnecessary procedures and complications from medications. We work with other pain management physicians, surgeons and primary care physicians to ensure cohesive care is delivered. Our expertise is in chemical dependency, addiction, and neurobehavioral pain management. Our first goal is to help our patients medically detoxify from the opiates they are dependent upon, misusing, or have become addicted to.

Key Staff Members
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    Jeffery Young - Psychiatrist and Medical Director

    Jeffery Young, MD, is the medical director for the Beaverton outpatient center and the Springbrook campus in Newberg and director of the Health Care Professionals Program. Dr. Young received his medical degree from Oregon Health Sciences University and is Board Certified in General Psychiatry and certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine. His clinical work throughout his career has included working with patients and healthcare professionals who have psychiatric and substance use issues. Previously, he was the medical director for the Providence Health and Services, Behavioral Health Program, Oregon Region.

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    Samantha F. Pauley - Outpatient Clinic Manager

    Samantha Pauley, LPC, LMFT, MAC, graduated from Lewis and Clark College with a Masters in Counseling Psychology, emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. A Master Addiction Counselor, Samantha began her career working with adolescents and their families struggling with addiction. She has been with Hazelden since mid-2010, initially as a primary counselor and was the supervisor of Extended Care at Hazelden in Springbrook for four years prior to transitioning to her current role as Manager of Outpatient Services and Day Treatment. Her special interests include family dynamics and system interventions, body image and disordered eating, mindfulness and neurologic changes as they relate to grief, loss, addiction, trauma and recovery.