OrCRM collaborates with health systems, behavioral health, addictions treatment, law enforcement and communities across the state to advocate for policies that reduce harms of opioid misuse.


We are asking health systems across Oregon to reduce the number of pills in circulation by leading the implementation of safe opioid prescribing guidelines and disposal.

Reduce Pills

We are working together with Oregon stakeholders to expanded access and availability of addiction treatment, recovery supports and naloxone to save lives.

Addiction Treatment

We are reducing the volume of disused pills through access to safe disposal of unused medication.

Rx Disposal

We are increasing access to effective & safer alternatives to opioids for pain treatment by increasing benefit coverage and availability of alternative treatment services.

Pain Treatment

We are educating the public about the risks and dangers of Rx through social media and public education campaigns.


2018 Tri-County Summit on Opioids and Addiction

Lines for Life, in partnership with Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties, welcomes you to the 2018 Tri-County Summit on Opioids and Addiction. Come join us as the Board of County Commissioners from the three metro counties, along with the District Attorneys and Sheriffs. Hear from experts on a wide range of efforts underway to combat the opioid epidemic. The summit will also discuss a number of policies to improve the addiction treatment system, strengthen connections for individuals in the criminal justice system, and highlight recovery housing.

Doors open at 8 a.m. The summit begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. in the Hawthorn Room of Clark Commons. Parking is free and refreshments are available.

Date and Time
Fri, April 13, 2018
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Hawthorn Room
Marylhurst University
17600 Pacific HWY
Marylhurst, OR 97068


Online registration is now closed / Onsite registration is still open

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required to attend this event.

Tri-County Program FINAL Program Now Available


For more information, contact Hilary U’Ren, Multnomah County Operations & Development Specialist, hilary.uren@multco.us