Dr. Andrew Mendenhall is the medical leader of CCC’s continuum of substance use disorder services. These services include a 60 bed residential medical detoxification and stabilization unit, a 29 bed long-term residential women’s program, and multiple outpatient and intensive outpatient services programs serving 3500-4000 patients annually.
Dr. Mendenhall is a graduate of Oregon Health and Sciences University and completed Family
Medicine residency at OHSU in 2003. He completed a Fellowship in Clinical Leadership at OHSU in 2004. He is board certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine and the American Board of Family Medicine. He is also a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management. Dr. Mendenhall is a strong advocate for patient choice and evidence-based clinical practices in all clinical environments, in particular those serving patients suffering from the disease of addiction.