Outpatient Groups are temporarily suspended.
RecoveryNOW Outpatient Addiction Treatment at Home
Outpatient programming will be conducted through our RecoveryNow telehealth virtual services.
Serenity Lane’s RecoveryNOW Virtual Addiction Treatment Services provide the same exceptional Outpatient programming via teleconferencing. This includes group sessions and meetings with counselors. Read more about how you can receive outpatient treatment online.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP):
Enhanced Intensive Outpatient (IOP):
Monday: IOP 9am-12pm, Break 12-12:30pm, Enhanced IOP 12:30-2:00pm
Tuesday: Mental Health (Women) 9-10:30am, Men’s Group or Women’s Group 10:30am-12:00pm
Wednesday: Enhanced IOP 3-4:30pm, Break 4:30-5:00pm, IOP 5-8pm
Thursday: Group/HW 9-11am, Break 11-11:30am, Enhanced IOP 11:30am-1:30pm
Friday: IOP 9am-12pm, Break 12-12:30pm, Enhanced IOP 12:30-2pm
The Enhanced Intensive Outpatient Program is an additional component offered at our Roseburg office when a higher level of care is needed.
The Enhanced IOP portion of this program consists of 90% lecture/education material. Some topics included are Family recovery, Life management, Anger, Coping skills, Denial, Recovery maintenance, Relapse prevention and more. The main purpose is to offer you more skills and learning opportunities to help you be more successful in your recovery. Program length for Enhanced IOP is 4 weeks.
Level I Outpatient Groups:
Thursday: 10 am– 11:30 am/5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am – 11:30 am/5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Monday : 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
Tuesday : 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:30 am-12:30 pm
Thursday: 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
Al-anon family (family & alumni):
Held on the 3rd Week of each month:
3rd Thursday: 10:30-11:30am
3rd Friday: 4:30-5:30pm
Intensive Outpatient Treatment in Roseburg
Serenity Lane’s Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Level II) track in Roseburg is a ten-week program consisting of group therapy, individual counseling and education about the disease of addiction and substance use disorders. Treatment groups meet three times a week for three hours. We offer morning and evening groups to accommodate your work schedule. The family support groups meet weekly for three hours.
Level I outpatient is then available on a weekly basis for 12 to 24 months after completion of level II Intensive Outpatient treatment. Patients (and their spouse/ significant other) meet for a 1-1/2 hour weekly session to learn to identify and manage stressful life events and to cope with the inevitable ups and downs of early recovery.
Outpatient treatment is effective, confidential and affordable.
Initial Intake Interview:
You meet with an admissions counselor to discuss your personal history and to determine an appropriate level of care. This is a 1 to 1 1/2 hour appointment.
You meet with your counselor for an orientation to outpatient treatment. At this time the program is explained, you receive a packet of materials, and complete all necessary paperwork. This is a 2 hour appointment.
An important part of recovery from addiction and codependency is “12-step program” involvement. Patients are encouraged to attend two A.A. or N.A. meetings per week. Family members are encouraged to attend Al-Anon or Nar-Anon.
Family & Friends Involvement:
Your spouse/significant other is encouraged to attend a weekly, family education group. Serenity Lane offers a comprehensive family program. For additional information speak with your counselor.
Our Program Manager will discuss costs of treatment and insurance coverage with you. Serenity Lane offers a variety of programs, depending on your specific needs. . At Serenity Lane we offer programs at a reduced rate, depending on your financial situation. Payment plans are available.
This program offers patients the option of participating in a gender-specific group. Gender-specific groups provide an environment in which patients can express issues and concerns they may choose not to express in a mixed group.
Phase 1: Intensive 10-Week Program
Most group sessions begin with an educational program, generally a presentation or film. There will be a short break after the presentation.
The remainder of the treatment session consists of working on recovery issues in small groups. Topics in group include: acceptance of self as alcoholic/addict, your recovery plan, relapse prevention, adjustment to a sober lifestyle, and other individual issues.
Approximately mid-treatment, patients will present an autobiography of how alcoholism/other drug addiction has affected their lives. This is one of the most important segments of the treatment process.
As treatment progresses, some concerns may surface that are best dealt with privately. Issues such as guidance in doing a first step, developing a recovery plan, problems interfering with treatment, and other personal issues can be discussed with your counselor in an individual session. Patients are encouraged to make an appointment to see their counselor as needed.
During treatment you may be asked to submit a urine sample for drug/alcohol testing. This is one way we monitor your progress in treatment and ensure a safe, alcohol/drug free environment for recovery. This is NOT included in the cost of treatment. However, your insurance may cover a percentage of the charge.
Planning to Transfer to Recovery Support:
Toward the end of the intensive phase of treatment you meet with your counselor to sign-up for Recovery Support, review your treatment goals, recovery plan, and deal with questions or concerns you may have. At this time, referrals may be made for ongoing community services, such as individual or marriage counseling.
Serenity Lane Commencement medallions are awarded to those who successfully complete their outpatient program.
Phase 2: level I outpatient programming
Level I outpatient programming is the second phase of treatment. It is a weekly 1 1/2 hour support group designed for you to learn to cope with the ups and downs of early recovery.
Residential Treatment for Roseburg Residents
Our licensed special inpatient care facility is located eight miles north of Eugene in Coburg, Oregon. At this location we provide clinical assessments, medically managed withdrawal often referred to as detox or rehab, addiction recovery programs, mental health therapies for co-occurring disorders and family programs. The nursing staff, physicians, psychiatrists, mental health professionals and counselors work together to develop an individualized treatment plan for each patient. Typical length stay is 28 days but may vary based on treatment needs.