O’Nesha Cochran


O’Nesha spent 22 years actively using substances & 15 years in prison. Because of her lived life experiences, she is passionate about helping others learn to live a life of self-sufficiency. She’s passionate about ensuring dependence & reentry needs are accessible. She’s served her community professionally in hospitals & management for Afrocentric, prison to society reentry, treatment, social justice & harm reduction. She is the Community Liaison for the Miracles Club, Expert Faculty for the Portland Area Northwest Indian Health Board. Sits on the Measure 110 OA Council, OR Food Bank Council & the Certified Comm Behavioral Health Steering Committee.