New Directions Northwest Inc. provides mental health, alcohol and drug, gambling, treatment to individuals from Baker County and throughout the state of Oregon. Listed below are the programs located in Baker City. Please see below for a summary of the programs we offer, and use the menu on the left to learn more abut each program.
An adult residential alcohol and drug treatment program. Call for help at 541-523-6581. Located at 3610 Midway Drive, Baker City, Oregon 97814.
Outpatient services for mental health and drug and alcohol, and gambling treatment. Call for help at 541-523-3646 or our after hours crisis number is 541-519-7126, 5PM - 8AM. Weekdays and 24hrs – Weekends. Located at 2200 4th Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814
Outpatient services for individuals needing developmental disability services. Call for help at 541-523-8366. Located at 2100 Main Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814
This nationally recognized alcohol and drug treatment program is located inside of the Powder River Correctional Facility. This program has been acknowledged as one of the best "in prison" programs in the country. Call for help at 541-523-6680. Located at 3600 13th Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814
Community outreach to promote prevention and healthy living to individuals of all ages. Call for help at 541-523-7400. Located at 2100 Main Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814.
Known also as the Parent and Children's Program, provides alcohol and drug treatment to a parent (female or male) who live with their children in a residential setting for up to six months. Call for help at 541-523-4049.
Outpatient services for Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol treatment, Chronic Pain Management, Community Health Care, Prevention Services. Call for help during the hours of 8 to 5 pm at 541-524-9070 or our after hours crisis number is 541-519-7126, 5PM - 8AM. Weekdays and 24hrs – Weekends. Located at 3975 Midway Drive, ( west side of St. Alphonsus Hospital) in Baker City, Oregon 97814
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