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Outdoor enthusiasts, foodies, and thrill-seekers flock to Oregon. "The Beaver State" offers lush landscapes, delicious cuisines, and breath-taking rock climbing locations.
In the midst of all the site-seeing and adventures, drug and alcohol addiction is affecting many Oregon residents.
If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, The Treatment Center can help. Contact us today at (503) 419-0412. Our admissions counselors are available online and by phone 24/7.
Inpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse
The Treatment Center is an inpatient treatment facility that addresses the mental, physical, and spiritual strains of substance abuse. Our doctors, nurses, psychologists, and therapists provide patients with compassionate care that has earned us The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of approval.
We treat Oregonians for all substance use disorders, including:
- Substance abuse
- Drug and alcohol addiction
- Dual diagnosis
Do you feel as though drugs or alcohol have robbed you of your livelihood? Call us today at (503) 419-0412 to get your life back on track. We are here to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays.
Customized Treatment Plans
Each patient comes to The Treatment Center with a unique history and different ailments. That is why we tailor our treatment plans to meet the specific recovery needs and goals of each individual.
At our drug and alcohol treatment center, the first step toward recovery is to meet with an addiction specialist. Each patient will be assessed, and then they will proceed with their personalized treatment plan. All plans are created using any combination of the following therapies and services:
- Medically safe detox
- Individual therapy
- Group counseling
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Christian-based program
- 12-step programs
- Chronic pain management
- Family workshops
- Court Liaison Program
- Holistic therapies (e.g. chiropractic care, massage and laser therapy)
- 24-hour medical care
- Relapse prevention
- Aftercare services
Call us now at (503) 419-0412 to learn how our individualized treatment plans can help you or your loved one recover from drugs or alcohol. Our admissions counselors are available to take your call anytime of the day.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Oregon
Oregon drug rehab centers have seen only minor decreases in admissions for cocaine and methamphetamine from 1999 to 2009. Simultaneously, marijuana and prescription opioid admissions have increased, while heroin and alcohol admissions have remained about the same.
Below is more detailed information about drug and alcohol abuse in Oregon:
Heroin overdose deaths are most prevalent among 20-year-olds, according to the Oregon state medical examiner. The majority of fatal overdoses take place in towns near major roadways where the drug is readily available. Black tar heroin, a common type of the drug, comes to Oregon predominantly from Mexico, up through the major interstates.
Methamphetamine addiction remains an issue for Oregon, despite the 242-pounds seized in 2011. The drug is still being made in local meth labs and shipped in from Mexico.
Prescription drugs such as methadone, oxycodone, and hydrocodone are abused throughout the state. However, the rate has been on the decline. This is thought to be a result of the prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) and other preventative measures.
Cocaine or "coke", and other club drugs (MDMA or "Molly", GHB, and ketamine or "special K") are harmful and addictive substances that are making a larger appearance at high school and college parties in Oregon. It is not uncommon to also find these drugs at bars and night clubs throughout the state.
Alcohol remains a problem at large for Oregon. Although it does not cause as many deaths as illicit substances, alcohol accounts for most of the Oregon rehab admissions, based on the 2012 Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) findings.
Whether you need treatment for heroin addiction or for other substances, The Treatment Center can help. Call us today at (503) 419-0412 to start your recovery. Our admissions counselors are standing by to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
End Your Struggle With Drugs and Alcohol
With the help of our medical professionals, you can be freed from addiction. We want to show you that you don’t have to struggle forever.
End the struggle today by calling us at (503) 419-0412. Our admissions counselors are available to take your call or chat with you online 24 hours a day.
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