Serenity Lane is OPEN and admitting patients for detox and residential programming at our Coburg campus. We are screening all incoming parties at the front gate for fever and signs of respiratory illness or flu-like symptoms. We remain in alignment with all public health best practices and are not impacted by the Governor's orders. With the launch of our virtual recovery services, RecoveryNow, we are providing intensive outpatient, Level I outpatient and DUII services to patients wherever they are. We are beginning to REOPEN our outpatient offices as community guidelines allow.
We are committed to providing excellent care to our patients at a time when they need it the most while ensuring the safety of all staff and current patients. Please call our admissions team at (800) 543-9905 for help with questions or to schedule a virtual assessment.
Our 14 acre campus in historic Coburg, Oregon is 8 miles and 10 minutes north up the I-5 corridor from Eugene. We offer detox, residential, Medication-Assisted Treatment, Day Treatment and Family Programming at this location.
We've got answers about Phase-1 Outpatient REOPEN dates starting 6/8/20, RecoveryNOW–our virtual addiction treatment program, Zoom meeting privacy, and screening procedures at our Coburg campus where we are OPEN for detox and admits.
We’re now several weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic, something that is unprecedented in our lives, and it is making many of us anxious.
Dr. Joel Breen shares several techniques that may help you cope with all these changes during this stressful time.
This year, In lieu of an in-person event, we are celebrating those UNSUNG HEREOS who are working hard to provide support to those in recovery and combat addiction, especially during Covid-19.
Serenity Lane’s RecoveryNOW Virtual Outpatient Treatment Services provide the same exceptional Outpatient programming from the comfort of your home via teleconferencing.
Our Residential Treatment Center provides clinical assessments, mental health evaluation and support for co-occuring disorders, and medically supported withdrawal (detox).