Oregon is next on the list of the 10 best rehabs in each state across the nation. Again, we looked at criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, found the 10 best drug rehabs in Oregon. From all-women’s facilities by the sea to centers that offer food and shelter in addition to free treatment, Oregon’s drug rehab centers have much to offer.
1. Hazelden Springbrook, Newberg
This Hazelden campus, part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, keeps up the foundation’s acclaimed reputation. They specialize in addiction treatment for those with co-occurring trauma disorders and are recognized for their health care program and opiate addiction treatment program. They are at the forefront of putting into action the newest research and discoveries in addiction treatment.
For more information on this facility go to www.hazeldenbettyford.org/
2. SOS CLUB Inc, Salem
Salem’s oldest membership club promoting sobriety, SOS CLUB Inc offers a place where those looking to get and stay sober can participate in meetings and socialize with like-minded individuals. The club hosts events like car washes, holiday dinners, fundraisers, and other ways that make it easy for people to get involved and find support.
3. Raphael Cushnir, Portland
An alternative to those looking for a traditional rehab center, Raphael Cushnir is a lecturer, author and coach in personal and professional development. He seeks to counsel those suffering from addiction by helping the individual understand their emotional disconnect from their own emotions. His theory is that in becoming emotionally in tune, addictions and compulsions come to an end.
For more information on this facility go to www.cushnir.com/
4. Portland Rescue Mission, Portland
New Life Ministry is Portland Rescue Mission’s 12-month program that helps men and women find healing from addiction. They offer food and shelter, but also counseling, life skills training, education and spiritual renewal. Unlike most treatment centers, the residential recovery program is available free of charge.
For more information on this facility go to www.portlandrescuemission.org/
5. Serenity Lane, Eugene
This not-for-profit treatment center offers inpatient, outpatient and residential services to those struggling with alcohol and drug abuse 18 years and older. Clients can receive medical treatment if needed to aid in their recovery, including prescriptions for medically managed opiate withdrawal. They also provide counseling and support to children and family members of those enrolled in one of Serenity Lane’s treatment programs.
For more information on this facility go to www.serenitylane.org/
6. De Paul Treatment Centers, Portland
This treatment center serves men, women and youth who struggle with substance abuse in programs that include medical detox, residential treatment, day treatment, outpatient treatment, DUII and pain management. De Paul Treatment Centers also provide family therapy for both individuals and groups. Their methods are backed by evidence-based research.
For more information on this facility go to https://depaultreatmentcenters.org/
7. Awakenings by the Sea, Seaside
Awakenings by the Sea is an inpatient and outpatient residential treatment facility for women. It is, in fact, by the ocean, and as such, offers a calming setting for recovery from addiction. Awakenings treats women in 4 phases, the first 3 consisting of 30 days and the last as aftercare or outpatient treatment. Each phase is tailored to the specific needs of the individuals.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.awakeningsbythesea.com/
8. Bridgeway, Salem
At Bridgeway, where they promise “Freedom Through Recovery,” clients can participate in residential, outpatient and corrections treatment in a variety of programs. Clients in residential treatment work through 35 hours of active therapy each week. Outpatient treatment lasts up to 90 days, with 5 hours of active therapy each week. Their corrections services aims to help past offenders lower their risk of reoffending.
For more information on this facility go to www.bridgewayrecovery.com/
9. Best Care Treatment Services, Redmond
Best Care Treatment Services’ Redmond locations provide residential and outpatient with emphases in alcohol and drug addiction treatment, dual diagnosis therapy, mental health therapy and pain management. They also offer support before entering rehab as well as continued support after leaving.
For more information on this facility go to www.bestcaretreatment.org/
10. Old Town Recovery Center, Portland
Old Town Recovery Center is part of Oregon’s Central City Concern, a nonprofit agency dedicated to helping those impacted by homelessness, poverty and addiction. Individuals with severe mental illness and addiction, many of which are homeless, can receive treatment which includes counseling, case management, addiction treatment and co-occurring disorder treatment.
For more information on this facility go to www.centralcityconcern.org/
Oregon Counties Drug and Alcohol Rehabs
- Baker (4) Benton (13) Clackamas (17) Clatsop (6) Columbia (9) Coos (5) Crook (7) Curry (5) Deschutes (21) Douglas (10) Gilliam (3) Grant (1) Harney (1) Hood River (3) Jackson (18) Jefferson (3) Josephine (11) Klamath (9) Lake (3) Lane (38) Lincoln (10) Linn (5) Malheur (5) Marion (26) Morrow (4) Multnomah (95) Polk (6) Tillamook (7) Umatilla (15) Union (5) Wallowa (4) Wasco (2) Washington (26) Wheeler (2) Yamhill (11)