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Pacific Crest Trail Detox

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10600 SE McLoughlin Boulevard, Portland, Oregon, 97222
Online Reviews: A+
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Pacific Crest Trail Detox works with their clients over a period of 4-10 days where they are medically supervised and led through the detox phase as safely as possible. Not only do clients receive 24-hour care, but they also have access to gender-specific, semi-private living spaces, and nutritious meals that aid in this process. Clients will also participate in individual therapy, group therapy, and 12-step programs. They may also be offered various medications to help with those withdrawal symptoms and will participate in different therapy sessions that teach coping skills. Pacific Crest also partners with Oregon Trail Recovery to provide their clients with several different outpatient treatment plans, allowing them to receive longer-term care in a structured rehab setting.

Levels of Care
Inpatient Detox, MAT


Oregon Trail Recovery

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10600 SE McLoughlin Boulevard Suite 207, Portland, Oregon, 97222
Online Reviews: A
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Because Oregon Trail Recovery offers so many different outpatient addiction treatment programs, they are able to cater to the needs of more and more individuals who require different types of treatments. Though they do not technically offer inpatient treatments, clients participating in services at Oregon Trail will live in their sober living homes. They are provided with nutritional meals each day and many other amenities that make living on campus a safe, healing environment. Though all programs look different depending on the client’s needs, services may include weekly individual therapy, psychoeducation, process groups, mindfulness-based relapse prevention training, art therapy, 12-step programs, nutritional education, community reintegration, peer support groups, gender-specific programs, employment assistance, and more. Other available services include case management, various experiential therapies, adventure therapy, living skill development, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and dialectical behavior therapy. The number of hours a client is committed to participating in each week and then the overall length of treatment depends entirely on the client and what their treatment team determines is best.

Levels of Care
IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization, Sober Living


Awakenings by the Sea

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1325 North Holladay Drive, Seaside, Oregon, 97138
Online Reviews: A
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Awakenings by the Sea is an addiction treatment center that works specifically with women who struggle with drug abuse or alcohol addiction. This program is family-inclusive, meaning that it is strongly encouraged to include loved ones throughout this process so that they become better educated on addiction and how to cope. The programs available here are based on 12-step traditions, however, clients will be able to work with a team of addiction specialists to pick treatment options that best address their needs and recovery goals. Available services include education, life skill development, stress management, relapse prevention training, nutritional guidance, fitness, spiritual guidance, creative arts therapies, and behavior modification through cognitive therapies. They may also have access to EMDR, dialectical behavior therapy, recovery enrichment programs, and intensive aftercare planning. Though the immediate goal may be to address the needed drug treatment, the overall goal is to treat the mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional aspects of each woman in order to promote overall wellness throughout their entire life.

Levels of Care
MAT, Detox, Residential Treatment


CODA – Happy Valley

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10822 SE 82nd Avenue Suite K, Happy Valley, Oregon, 97086
Online Reviews: A
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CODA is a medication-assisted treatment facility that works specifically to address withdrawals symptoms of dependence on alcohol, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, methamphetamines, opioids, and prescription drugs. The medications they may prescribe to treat those symptoms include methadone, Suboxone, or Naltrexone. Along with MAT, clients will also participate in group therapy, individual therapy, and community services. The goal here is to stabilize clients and treat the immediate symptoms of withdrawal that may be threatening their motivation to remain sober. Withdrawal often leads to relapses, and in order to prevent that, clients are given medications that minimize those symptoms, increase client motivation for remaining sober, and open the gateway to addiction recovery through longer-term outpatient programs.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient

Editorial Note
Though CODA is not an accredited Oregon rehab facility, we have included them in our list of best rehab centers for the state because of their review score and availability of necessary treatment services.


Safe Journeys

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18801 SW Martinazzi Avenue Suite 206, Tualatin, Oregon, 97062
Online Reviews: A
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One of the main programs that Safe Journeys offers is their DUII program (driving under the influence of intoxicants). Not only do they provide court-mandated services that address DUII, but they also offer access to information and prevention services. Other substance abuse treatment options available are relapse prevention, stress management, anger management, parenting skill classes, life skills training, and wellness coaching. As an Oregon drug rehab program, Safe Journeys works to provide a healing environment and a structured schedule for all of their clients.

Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient

Editorial Note
Safe Journeys is another Oregon rehab facility that is not accredited, but we did choose to include it because of its reviews and just a general lack of accredited facilities within the state.


Springfield Recovery

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1485 Market Street, Springfield, Oregon, 97477
Online Reviews: B+
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Springfield Treatment Center is part of the overall Oregon Recovery and Treatment Centers behavioral health facilities. They work specifically with adult men and women struggling with opiate use disorders and provide them with medication-assisted treatments to treat withdrawal symptoms, pain, and cravings. They may prescribe either methadone or buprenorphine depending on the individual and their specific medical history. Clients may also participate in polysubstance abuse counseling services, family therapy, group therapy, relapse prevention training, various assessments, and overdose prevention training. This facility has access to Narcan and provides training for clients and their family members on how to administer this drug to reverse overdoses.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient, Detox


Virtue at the Pointe

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263 W Exchange St, Astoria, Oregon, 97103
Online Reviews: B+
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Virtue at the Point is part of the overall behavioral healthcare system of Virtue Recovery Centers. Clients may have access to private or semi-private detox rooms, private bathrooms, and gender-specific living quarters. This is a shorter-term program in that clients are stabilized and then enrolled into a 30-day inpatient program that allows each client to overcome withdrawal in a safe environment. There are many different treatment services that clients will work with a clinician to choose from, allowing them to play an active role in designing their specific mental health services. Virtue at the Pointe accepts most health insurance plans, and clients are able to work with the admissions team to determine if their plan is eligible or what other financial options are available.

Levels of Care
Detox, Residential Treatment


OnTrack Rogue Valley – Medford

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300 West Main Street, Medford, Oregon, 97501
Online Reviews: B
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OnTrack Rogue Valley has other locations throughout Oregon, but the Medford location primarily provides outpatient addiction treatment services. All programs are client-centric and incorporate holistic therapies so that they are treated as a whole rather than solely focusing on the symptoms caused by addiction. Treatments begin with assessments and include DUII education, domestic abuse trauma groups, group therapy, medication assistance, anger management groups, individual therapy, and an HIV prevention program. OnTrack does also make programs available to Spanish-speaking individuals and they accept walk-in clients seeking immediate help. OnTrack accepts most major health insurance providers as well as provides a sliding fee scale, however, they will not turn clients away despite an inability to pay.

Levels of Care
Outpatient


Salem Comprehensive Treatment Center

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1160 Liberty Street SE, Salem, Oregon, 97302
Online Reviews: B
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Salem Comprehensive Treatment Center is a medication-assisted treatment program that provides treatment options to adult men and women over the age of 18 who struggle with any type of opioid abuse. This facility may offer prescriptions to methadone, buprenorphine, naltrexone, or Suboxone in order to help treat the withdrawal symptoms and cravings a person may be suffering from. Each client receiving medication will also participate in individual therapy and a variety of group therapies to help increase motivation for relapse prevention. The main goal through these therapy options is to address negative behaviors and modify those behaviors in a way that promotes healthier habits and ways of living. Salem Comprehensive accepts most health insurance plans.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Belmont Comprehensive Treatment Center

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2600 SE Belmont Street, Portland, Oregon, 97214
Online Reviews: B
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Belmont Comprehensive Treatment Center provides medication assistance to men and women over the age of 18 who have been addicted to heroin, prescription painkillers, and any other opioids. Most individuals who detox from these drugs will experience withdrawal symptoms. Because of the discomfort those symptoms cause, relapse is often the result. In order to prevent relapses or overdoses, clients are prescribed medications like methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, and Vivitrol. These medications can minimize or treat withdrawal symptoms, thus increasing a client’s motivation for change and ability to remain in a program that can then address any underlying or co-occurring disorders that may have led to substance abuse in the first place. Clients are also expected to participate in both group and individual therapies during this time, and they are encouraged to enroll in a rehab program following the completion of their MAT program.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


Addictions Recovery Center

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1025 East Main Street, Medford, Oregon, 97504
Online Reviews: B
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The basis of each individual treatment plan at Addiction Recovery Center is evidence-based, meaning that most of the therapies utilized have been researched and are proven to be effective in treating drug or alcohol addiction. Clients may participate in the Matrix Model, life skills development, cognitive behavioral therapy, gender-specific process groups, family therapy, relapse prevention, and medication assistance. Other services include DUII programs, community education, and overdose prevention training. Accepted payment options include health insurance, Medicaid, and self-pay options. Financial assistance and a sliding fee scale may be offered depending on the individual client’s situation.

Levels of Care
Detox, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


Hazelden Betty Ford – Springbrook

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1901 Esther Street, Newberg, Oregon, 97132
Online Reviews: C+
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Hazelden Springbrook provides access to expertly trained clinicians, trauma-informed care, comprehensive programs, and gender-specific therapy groups for adults and adolescents. This drug and alcohol rehab program utilize a combination of treatment techniques in order to customize each plan to the individual, allowing for more specific treatments that are more effective. The entire client is treated as a whole, meaning that their substance use treatments and any necessary mental health treatments are provided at the same time. Hazelden Springbrook offers both in-person and virtual services as well as a long list of therapies that can be utilized throughout the recovery process.

Levels of Care
MAT, Aftercare, IOP, Sober Living, Inpatient Treatment, PHP, Detox


Standards For Inclusion

Each addiction treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services, CARF Accreditation, and/or has been verified by SAMHSA (b) Composite online review score of 3.4/5 stars or better, (c) Robust substance abuse treatment programs.

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

  • A = 4.3 – 5 Stars
  • B = 3.5 – 4.2 Stars
  • C = 2.6 – 3.4 Stars
  • D = 2 – 2.5 Stars
  • F = 2 Stars

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Oregon Addiction Recovery Support

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Oregon: The Oregon AA website provides access to statewide meetings for men and women seeking 12-step support. Oregon residents are able to find meetings closest to them, and they also have access to community events, information about AA, and various other resources that might be helpful.

    Northeast Oregon Narcotics Anonymous: NA meetings are very similar to AA meetings in that they provide peer-led support to men and women throughout the community. NA is open to individuals struggling with any type of drug addiction, the only requirement being a desire to become sober. This website offers access to meetings across the state, various events that members are able to participate in, service committees they can be part of, and different resources and information.

    Al-Anon Oregon: Substance abuse effects every aspect of a person’s life, including those around them. Al-Anon recognizes the need for support groups and resources for family members and loved ones of individuals struggling with addiction. This website is specifically for Oregon residents, allowing them to find meetings and peer-led support groups that give them the opportunity to meet with people just like them so that they can educate one another on personal experiences and help to provide them with different coping mechanisms that may work.

    Oregon Health Authority: The Oregon Health Authority is a government-run organization that offers Oregon residents with a wide variety of addiction and mental health resources. They provide access to treatment services, crisis lines, DUII programs, mental health programs, and so much more.

    NAMI Oregon: This website is a mental health resource, providing Oregon residents with access to crisis services, programs for all types of mental illnesses and addictions, various types of resources, prevention services, access to information about local affiliates, and so much more. Their overall goal is to make sure that all mental health and addiction resources are accessible to the public.