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Fora Health

1312 SW Washington St., Portland, Oregon, 97205
Treatment at De Paul is based on the belief that chemical dependency develops within the context of an individual’s heredity and environment. We view addiction as a complex, chronic and treatable illness. We believe that all individuals have within them innate health and the capacity to recover.

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  • Alcohol and Drug Awareness
  • Recovery Planning
  • Life Skills Development


  • Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

    These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
  • Medical Detoxification

    Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.

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Meet the Staff

  • Maree Wacker, MPP
    Maree Wacker, MPPChief Executive Officer
    Maree Wacker is a recognized leader with 20 years of experience in non-profit management. Wacker joins De Paul Treatment Centers as CEO after serving as the Regional CEO of the Cascades Region of the American Red Cross for the last four and a half years. In her capacity at the Red Cross, Maree was responsible for six local chapters in Oregon and Southwest Washington working with the local boards and executive directors and over 2,000 employees and volunteers.
  • Margaret Weil, BS, CADC II
    Margaret Weil, BS, CADC IIDirector of Adult Residential Services
    Margaret has a B.S. from the University of Phoenix in Human Services and is Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor Level II. Margaret has been with De Paul Treatment Centers for nine years and in this time has been a counselor on both the men and women’s floor, and Supervisor of the Men’s Program. She is experienced in evidenced based practices for residential programs. She manages a service model of individualized treatment, which integrates substance use and mental health disorders. Margaret has been clean and sober for fourteen years and makes the most of her personal experiences as a way to contribute to the client’s early recovery.

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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 3.7
    Avg. score from 18 reviews
  • 3.7
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  • 3.7
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    Most of my experience was good. A lot of inappropriate relationships between patients and staff members though. All consensual but a lot of it was feeling pressure because they treat you better and give you more freedom when you're hooking up with an employee. It destroyed my relationship with my girl. Other than that this place was a big help.
      This place really helped me get back on my feet and learn new ways of dealing with my addiction. I feel like I have the tools and support I need to stay sober. The food was good and we had a good amount of freedom after we earned it. The classes were helpful and most of the meetings were good. The only complaint I have is they need to look more in to conflicts because sometimes they make good people leave and let people who shouldnt be there stay, and also the inappropriate relationships between employees and patients kind of got uncomfortable, and it happened a lot. Being a guy, it's natural to flirt but here you almost feel pressured in to it if you want any special privileges. There was people sneaking in rooms in the middle of the night, lots of stuff happening behind closed doors, inappropriate talking, touching, and special treatment for those who cooperated. I love this place dont get me wrong, but that aspect of it is what will make staying sober hard for some. They should be teaching us self control and how to put our sobriety first. They mostly do but they went beyond just not teaching abstinence and self control. It sometimes made it uncomfortable to be there. Other than that this place is awesome.
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      went in to program everything kool but after 30-60 days started wondering when i was going to get promised housing assistance and was told only option was going into 'oxford house' which you have to pay for and i didnt have any money. they must have a contract with said organization or something because though i happen to know depaul has DEEP resources in housing, 'treatment' is a big industry in this country....wish ya all luck n success in your journeys!
        This year I am celiberating 20 years clean from meth and all other drugs thanks to the treatment I received from this great place! If you are willing, it works. And no relapses. I want to share this with everyone.
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        This place is basically a cross between "prison and high school" that is in quotes because it was said by a fellow former client. I had to agree. There are 52 beds for men and 38 of them probably have warrants. If you are over the age of 35 and choose to be there by your own accord, think twice. Other clients equated it to me several times how much better the place is....compared to jail. "Yo dawg! The food rocks!" This is apparently relative to mildly nutritious slop? More commonly heard was "hey bro, my p.o. made me be here...using day I'm out". This mentality, rudeness of SOME staff (most were awesome but really, going thru personal sh*t and need attitude!?), and the "do as I say not as I do mentality"...meaning they said they would do things, but never came to fruition. Check out another center, before you come here.