CODA – Happy Valley
The Center for Opioid Dependence Assistance (CODA) provides medication-assisted treatment for those suffering from alcohol, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, methamphetamine, opiate, or prescription drug dependence. Methadone, Suboxone, or Naltrexone are some of the medications that may be prescribed to alleviate such symptoms.
Patients will receive MAT as well as group therapy, individual therapy, and access to community resources. The focus here is on stabilizing the client and alleviating any acute withdrawal symptoms that may be undermining their resolve to stay clean.
Medication to reduce withdrawal symptoms, boost client motivation to stay sober, and pave the way to long-term outpatient programs for addiction recovery is often used to reduce the risk of relapse.
Pacific Crest Trail Detox
OvOver-10 the days, Pacific Crest Trail Detox helps clients get through the detox process under medical supervision and with as little discomfort as possible. Clients have access to 24-hour care as well as gender-specific, semi-private living spaces and healthy meals to help them recover.
Clients will also take part in 12-step programs, support groups, and individual therapy. They will go through a variety of therapy sessions that focus on teaching coping skills and may be prescribed medication to alleviate withdrawal symptoms.
Additionally, Pacific Crest collaborates with Oregon Trail Recovery to offer a variety of outpatient treatment plans to their clients, allowing them to stay in a structured rehab environment for a longer period if necessary.
Awakenings by the Sea
If you are a woman struggling with substance abuse or alcoholism, Awakenings by the Sea can help. All members of the patient’s immediate family are encouraged to participate in this program so that everyone involved can learn more about addiction and effective coping strategies.
Clients will work with a team of addiction specialists to determine which treatment options will best meet their needs and help them achieve their recovery goals while these programs are rooted in the 12-step model of recovery.
Education, stress management, relapse prevention training, nutritional guidance, fitness, spiritual guidance, creative arts therapies, and cognitive behavioral therapy are just some of the available services.
Intensive aftercare planning, recovery enrichment programs, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy, and traumatic event processing may also be available. The primary focus may be on providing any necessary drug treatment, but improving the women’s overall mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional health is of the utmost importance.
The Safe Journeys DUII Program is one of the organization’s primary services (driving under the influence of intoxicants). Besides the DUII services that are mandated by the courts, they also provide resources for education and prevention.
Relapse prevention, stress management, anger management, parenting skill classes, life skills training, and wellness coaching are some of the additional substance abuse treatment options available. Safe Journeys, an Oregon drug rehab program, aims to provide its clients with a healthy setting and regular schedule conducive to recovery.
The Springfield Treatment Center is a part of the larger network of mental health clinics run by Oregon Recovery and Treatment Centers. Medication-assisted treatments for withdrawal, pain, and cravings are provided to adult males and females who are battling opiate use disorders.
Depending on the individual and their medical history, they may recommend methadone or buprenorphine.
Many different types of assessments, as well as relapse and overdose prevention training, are available to clients in addition to traditional counseling services for substance abuse. The staff here is trained to administer Narcan in the event of an overdose, and they make the drug available to their clients.
Virtue at the Pointe
The Virtue Recovery Centers network includes the Virtue at the Point facility, which provides mental health services. Individual or shared bathrooms and sleeping areas, as well as separate quarters for men and women, may be available to clients during the detox process.
Clients are monitored until they are stable, and then they enter an inpatient program that provides them with the support they need to get through withdrawal in a controlled setting over 30 days.
Clients will collaborate with clinicians to select from a wide range of treatment options, giving them a say in the development of individualized plans for mental health care. Most health insurance plans are accepted at Virtue at the Pointe, and clients can work with the admissions team to verify coverage and explore payment plan alternatives.
OnTrack Rogue Valley – Medford
Although OnTrack Rogue Valley has multiple locations in Oregon, the focus of the Medford office is on providing outpatient services for those struggling with substance abuse. To ensure that the whole person, not just the addiction, is addressed in treatment, all of the programs take the client’s perspective and incorporate holistic therapies.
After initial evaluations, patients can participate in a wide variety of services, such as classes on driving under the influence and other drugs, support groups for victims of domestic violence, therapy sessions, help with medication, anger management programs, one-on-one counseling, and even an HIV prevention course.
Individuals who speak Spanish are welcome to participate in OnTrack’s programs, and the organization welcomes walk-in clients in need of immediate assistance. Although OnTrack works with many different health insurance companies and offers a sliding scale for payment, they never turn anyone away because of their inability to pay.
Salem Comprehensive Treatment Center
For men and women over the age of 18 who are struggling with opioid abuse, Salem Comprehensive Treatment Center offers medication-assisted treatment options. Methadone, buprenorphine, naltrexone, and Suboxone are among the medications that might be prescribed at this center to ease withdrawal and drug cravings.
Medication is only one part of a comprehensive treatment plan; clients will also engage in individual therapy and a range of group therapies aimed at boosting motivation and reducing the likelihood of relapse.
The primary objective of these therapeutic approaches is to modify unhealthy behaviors so that they become more conducive to a life of wellness. Almost all medical insurance plans are accepted at Salem Comprehensive.