Serenity Lane is 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. We have suspended in-person programming in our outpatient offices and should be transitioned to telehealth programming by the end of this week.
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 541-687-1110 for help with questions or to schedule a virtual assessment.
Serenity Lane’s RecoveryNOW Virtual Outpatient Treatment Services provide the same exceptional Outpatient programming from the comfort of your home via teleconferencing.
Staying connected as an alum through online alumni meetings can be an important part of your long term recovery.
Join us every MONDAY and FRIDAY evening at 7:00PM PST for our Alumni Speaker Meetings, now available online through Zoom.
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.
Voices of Recovery is a podcast produced by Serenity Lane featuring stories, advice and insights from people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Serenity Lane's MAT program combines FDA-approved medication with our comprehensive addiction therapies for opioid dependent patients.
Our program combines substance use disorder treatment with non-pharmacological therapies to help patients find recovery and manage chronic pain.
For higher rates of long-term sobriety of a family member struggling with addiction and recovery for the whole family.
Our Residential Treatment Center provides clinical assessments, mental health evaluation and support for co-occuring disorders, and medically supported withdrawal (detox).