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Services : Detoxification, Private insurance (+7)
  (503) 406-2408     Baker City, OR

Today there are many substances abused and many people require a residential treatment setting to effectively recover from their addiction. Alcohol abuse is very prevalent among people today and so is the misuse of opiates such as prescription opiate pain medications. Heroin is another drug that's increasing in abuse. Meth and other illegal drugs are also commonly abused and because addiction affects the brain and a person's behavior, individuals suffering from long term use require a residential setting. Residential treatment provides a safe and supportive drug free environment for a person while they're receiving the individualized care and support they need.

Services : Self payment, DUI/DWI offenders (+12)
  (541) 435-0314     Bend, OR

Even though abusing drugs or alcohol is a choice in the beginning, once a person becomes addicted no matter how miserable their life has become, it's nearly impossible for them to stop on their own without some form of help and support. Recovering from addiction is extremely challenging so it's important that a person seeks treatment from a recovery program they're comfortable with.

Services : Partial Hospitalization, Hearing Impaired Assistance (+21)
  (541) 787-4863     Corvallis, OR

When seeking recovery for chemical dependency one of the most important things a person can do for their recovery is to surround themselves with people who understand addiction, offer encouragement, and provide the tools and skills needed to help overcome their substance use. The environment a person is in during their residential or outpatient treatment makes a huge difference also because you have to be comfortable feeling as though you're among family during this difficult time.

Services : Co-Occurring Disorders, Payment Assistance (+8)
  (541) 787-4863     Eugene, OR

If you're looking for and outpatient treatment program that provides individualized treatment for alcohol or substance abuse and cares about their client's recovery success, Serenity Lane in Oregon can help you. Dr. Thomas A. Kerns established Serenity Lane in 1973, this is a not-for-profit treatment center for alcoholism and drug abuse and they're the only treatment center that is fully licensed as a hospital to do medical detox in Oregon. Their professional and medical staff provides twenty four hour nursing care. Since 1973 throughout the years, Serenity Lane has added new programs which include the following below.

Services : DUI/DWI offenders, Co-Occurring Disorders (+15)
  (503) 512-5319     Portland, OR

When someone's dependent on drugs or alcohol they don't overcome their substance abuse problems simply because they quit drinking or using. The recovery process from addiction involves so much more than stopping one's use of drugs or alcohol.

Services : State Financed Insurance, Private insurance (+10)
  (541) 225-5071     Portland, OR

There is no cure for opiate addiction it's a life long illness but, it can be successfully treated and managed on a daily basis if effective treatment is received. You can heal and recover from the harm addiction to opiates has caused in your life but without help and support, it's not easy to do on our own.

Opioids are very powerful and addictive and today they are one of the most prevalent drugs abused among young people and adults. Prescription painkillers have been abused and misused for recreational purposes for many years now and the amount of people addicted to opiate medications has skyrocketed in the past several years. Many different treatment options are available today for opiate addiction and in Oregon, Ram Clinic is passionate about helping people recover and maintain a drug free lifestyle.

Services : Co-Occurring Disorders, Outpatient (+10)
  (541) 378-6675     Baker City, OR

It's so important for an adolescent that has an alcohol or drug problem to receive help for their substance use as early as possible and fortunately today there are very effective treatment programs for young people. The abuse of drugs and alcohol is very widespread among teens today partially because they're so easy to obtain. Marijuana isn't the only drug that's commonly abused by adolescents anymore. Underage drinking, the abuse of prescription drugs, over the counter medications, street drugs like heroin and various synthetic designer drugs are also commonly abused by teens today and the need for adolescent substance abuse treatment is increasing throughout the United States now.

Services : Partial Hospitalization, Women (+16)
  (503) 406-2414     Dallas, OR

Alcoholism and drug addiction ruins lives in every way. Millions of people every day continue to suffer with the devastating effects caused from substance abuse because they either haven't yet received treatment, didn't obtain the level of help they personally needed to live life clean and sober or, weren't completely ready to make a change in their life when they did.

Services : Hearing Impaired Assistance, Self payment (+14)
  (541) 326-0839     Salem, OR

Today there are so many young people and adults in need of treatment for substance abuse, addiction, gambling problems, and mental health issues but knowing where to start looking for help in your area can be difficult. Finding effective treatment that can successfully help a person to stop gambling, using drugs, or quit drinking may not be easy depending on where you live.

Services : Outpatient, Medicaid (+12)
  (503) 828-9817     Salem, OR

Drug and alcohol programs that offer outpatient treatment can be just as effective and beneficial to a person's recovery as long as their level of addiction doesn't require a more structured environment and around the clock care. Not everyone is able to stop working, going to school or be away from their families and responsibilities while they're receiving help for alcohol and drug addiction either, so an outpatient rehab program is a perfect treatment option many people.

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