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Executive Director

Solara Salazar, MS CADC II QMHAr (she/her)


Solara Salazar moved to Portland, OR from California in 2006 where she worked as a martial arts instructor. After facing her own challenges with addiction and embracing recovery, she then changed her career path and dedicated her life to helping to support people who suffer from addiction and mental health issues.


She started her career working in DUII treatment and then moved on to work in residential treatment, medication-assisted treatment, post-prison services, drug court, and outpatient treatment. She is passionate about helping all those who suffer from mental health and substance use disorders and truly believes that everyone is capable of change as long as they are treated with compassion and have the tools and support needed to build a strong foundation. 


In her free time, Solara performs as a fire dancer and loves spending time with friends and family. Her education includes an Associate’s Degree in Alcohol and Drug Counseling, a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development, and a Master’s Degree in Management and Organizational Leadership. 



Director of Housing


Isaac Salazar, CRM PSS PWS (he/him)

Isaac Salazar grew up in Lemoore, California, outside of Fresno. He was raised in a large Hispanic family where he learned the value of hard work while laboring in the fields with his grandpa. In 2010 he moved up to Portland where he immediately fell in love with the city, the people, and the natural beauty surrounding Portland.


After getting sober in 2018, Isaac gave up his career in refrigeration and HVAC to become a Recovery Mentor; supporting individuals as they navigate their way through early recovery. He then worked as a Housing Director and loved this work so much he decided to open his own sober living homes where he still spends his time supporting his clients to lead happy, healthy, and productive lives. 

Isaac believes that everyone can be successful if given the right opportunities. He loves helping others and being of service and is known for going above and beyond in helping everyone who stays in West Coast Sober Housing's homes. 

Isaac spends his free time as a DJ at local recovery events, enjoys watching Ghost Adventures, and is a foodie and loves finding hidden gems of underground local Portland restaurants.

Together, Isaac and Solara have a big, beautiful, happy family, who all love to go camping, swimming, and enjoying the many experiences that Portland has to offer.

House Managers

Our diverse multidisciplinary staff members help to provide structure, empathy, support, and trauma-informed care to those suffering from mental health disorders, substance use disorders, and alcoholism. Each team member brings a unique perspective and skill set as well as being in recovery themselves. 

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