Recovery Works NW is leading the way!

Serving Portland, Oregon

Headed by Ben Schwartz, MD and his son Bryan Schwartz, MD, our Portland, Oregon medical team makes it our mission to help people from all walks of life return to a sense of normalcy. Trained and licensed in OBOT (Office-Based Opioid Treatment), our team has the right set of skills to help you recover from your opioid or alcohol dependency.  Our unique approach of using the most current medically assisted therapies along with intensive drug and alcohol counseling has been incredibly successful at achieving sustained recovery.  We want you to have the greatest chance at recovery you possibly can.   We work with every patient with their own individualized plan.

Suboxone doctors in Portland are hard to find, especially ones that accept insurance, but our clinic can usually get you in the same day or next day at the latest for a consultation.   While we have found Suboxone (or other Buprenorphine products) is highly effective at treating opioid addiction, we know every situation is different and we don't limit ourselves to one type of addiction therapy.  

With years of experience helping the Portland community, we treat substance abuse with an emphasis on helping individuals build a solid platform for long-term sobriety.  A truly one of a kind addiction treatment center in Portland!!

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Dr. Ben Schwartz Talks Opioid Dependency

Meet Our Team

Our team of medical professionals focus on providing the best care possible for you or your loved one. We feel that each person we see is a valued patient, and therefore we treat opiate dependency as a disease – not a moral failing.

Benjamin Schwartz, MD
30+ years of ER & Urgent Care Experience

Opioid addiction is an epidemic, more and more physicians are starting to recognize their responsibility to try and help folks with this condition. I'm proud to be among them!


Bryan Schwartz, MD
Board Certified in Internal Medicine

The ability to truly impact others' lives  is what has drawn me into this field of medicine.


Jennifer Robbins, MA, CADCII
Program Manager

I have a heart for those who struggle with opioid addiction as I have witnessed close family members go down this path and fight to recover. 


Rick Baumgartle, BS CADC II.
Addiction Specialist

Recovery isn't about stopping the use of drugs and alcohol.  Recovery is about learning to live a meaningful life without them.


Alex Mahlios
Suboxone Coordinator

It is great to get the opportunity to help people who really need help.


Tami McBride
Intake Coordinator and all around awesome person

You can't start the next chapter if you keep rereading the last

Brian Longworth, LPC
Mental Health Therapist

It is my belief people often begin abusing drugs and/or alcohol because of real needs such as managing anxiety, depression, and/or trauma.  It is my goal to help people manage those needs in a way which is healthier for them and those around them.


Terena Gimmillaro, DO
Board Certified Family Medicine

Shai Rosenfeld, MD
Board Certified Family Medicine

Angela Cave, CADCI, CRM
Addiction Specialist

Deanna Stewart, MA
Medical Assistant

Tamika Motton, CADCI, CRM
Addiction specialist

Kyle Robbins
Front desk

Book keeper

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Call (503) 906-9995

Why Choose Recovery Works NW?

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependency is Our Expertise

Our first treatment goal is to establish a tapering strategy to lessen withdrawal symptoms, while providing immediate resources necessary to support your recovery.

  • Suboxone® (buprenorphine/naloxone)

  • Insurance accepted – more affordable than inpatient detox

  • Outpatient - office based treatment in a confidential setting

  • Individual and/or group therapy with our certified chemical dependency
    counselors and licensed behavioral health professionals

  • Flexible group schedules including evenings and Saturdays

  • Local, convenient treatment facility

Start Your Recovery

Fill out the form below for more information. For more immediate assistance, call us now for your quick assessment at (503) 906-9995.

What Our Patients Say

I started using opiates actually in my late 20's while in grad school for basically "energy" while working, going to school and helping with our son. Pretty sad I let it get so bad but I've been on a positive path to recovery. The Suboxone therapy in general has been the only way I've ever been able to stop using. I would quit and start using hundreds of times. I've not only learned why I turned to opiates, yet I've also learned how to recognize triggers and useful ways to manage external and internal stresses.