Welcome to Serenity Lane, a private not-for-profit treatment center for alcohol and other drug addictions.
We offer inpatient / residential and outpatient services to adults 18 years and older.
We also offer clinical assessments, special family programs, long term treatment and recovery support for a full year. Call us, we can help. 1 (800) 543-9905. Find more information below.
Please join us at our Eighth Annual Community Service Awards Breakfast on October 23, 2019 where we will recognize those in our community who are champions in the field of drug and alcohol treatment. NOMINATE SOMEONE or RESERVE YOUR SEAT today!
Thursday, December 5th from 11am–1pm at our Portland office.
This is a free event. Lunch will be served and attendees can earn 1.5 CEUs. Seating is limited so register today!
Presentations on the changing landscape of substance use disorder treatment by Dr. Eric Geisler, Serenity Lane’s Director of Medical Affairs and Jerry Gjesvold, Manager of Employer Services.
Serenity Lane is excited to share a new report based that provides crucial insights into Oregon drug use. Based on Serenity Lane data, this new report provides key insights into treatment, education and prevention.
Voices of Recovery is a podcast produced by Serenity Lane featuring stories, advice and insights from people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Day Treatment, also known as partial hospitalization, is the highest level of addiction care after Inpatient Residential Treatment. It is a great option for individuals looking for comprehensive treatment programming that allows them to balance the demands of personal and professional life.
Serenity Lane's MAT program combines FDA-approved medication with our comprehensive addiction therapies for opioid dependent patients.
Sober Celebrities and the Case for Breaking Anonymity News spread quickly when Brad Pitt became the latest Hollywood megastar to open up about his struggle with alcoholism, and his path to recovery…
Our Residential Treatment Center provides clinical assessments, mental health evaluation and support for co-occuring disorders, and medically supported withdrawal (detox).