Who are we?
The Harm Reduction and BRidges to Care, or the HRBR (pronounced “harbor”), Clinic is a collaboration between OHSU and the Oregon Health Authority and is funded through a grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. HRBR was developed by Dr. Jessica Gregg, Paige Perry, director of clinical operations, and Clea Cadham, program director for the Division of General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics, within the Department of Medicine. The clinic opened on October 28, 2019, under the direction of Dr. Bradley Buchheit.
Our mission is to provide low barrier, on-demand access to medications for addiction treatment to people who are interested in cutting back or stopping their drug or alcohol use. Our team consists of physicians, advance practice providers, a care transitions coordinator and a peer recovery specialist. We accept any and no insurance.
What is HRBR clinic?
(Harm Reduction and BRidges to Care)
A clinic for people interested in taking medications to stop or reduce their use of drugs or alcohol. Medications: buprenorphine (Suboxone®), naltrexone, naloxone (Narcan®), acamprosate, etc
Is HRBR still open for new or returning patients?
Yes, HRBR is open but is trying to see patients via telehealth. Telehealth, also known as virtual visits, is like a Face Time call with the HRBR team. We are open for virtual visits Monday through Friday 12:00 pm-8:00 pm
For virtual visits you will need:
- A smart phone or tablet with Wi-Fi or data
- A private space
- To be in the state of Oregon
How to be seen at HRBR clinic
Call (503) 494-2100 to schedule your visit and we will walk you through what you the next steps are.
Some community partners have access to phones, scheduled time with HRBR, or other resources. Please ask them about how to connect with us.
We are closed the following observed holidays:
- New Year Day
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- President’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Eve Day
- Christmas Day