Our official grand opening/ribbon cutting was held on Friday, March 11, 2016. Our patients were transferred from our old Eugene facility on Monday, March 14th. Everything went very smoothly and feedback from the patients has been extremely positive.
Take I-5 to Exit 199, head West towards Coburg.
Turn right onto Industrial Way.
Go 200 yards and the new Serenity Lane campus is on the left.
The bed capacity of the new campus will nearly double that of the old treatment center, initially expanding from 65 beds to 116. Future expansion will allow for up to 260 patients. The new hospital unit, named in honor of the late Dr. Ron Schwerzler, will increase from 10 to 20 beds.
The Dr. George Teller Fitness Center will scheduled to open in late June 2016 and will provide the crucial exercise and fitness component to successful recovery.
Patients at the new campus reside in one of four 3,200-square foot homes that occupy the perimeter of the campus. Other campus highlights include an expansive kitchen-dining area, a clinical training area, and a lecture hall that seats 250 people.
For privacy and security the campus is closed to the general public. Family members are allowed on the campus if they are participating in our Family Program, which runs for 4 consecutive weekends, during the patient’s residential stay (which is typically 28 days). View our VISITING HOURS.