Addiction Treatment Programs at Serenity Lane
When considering an addiction treatment facility, it is important to choose one that features a wide variety of treatment options. Here at Serenity Lane in Oregon, we realize that treatment and recovery is never a universal experience. Our approach to treatment places emphasis on individualized treatment to encourage strong and lasting results.
The following inpatient/residential and outpatient programs are currently available for adults, 18 years of age or older.
Our Residential Treatment Program
Our residential inpatient treatment program is designed to help you establish a solid foundation in your recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. We achieve this by providing stabilization and crisis intervention, as well as around-the-clock medically supervised detoxification. This program combines intensive group therapy with individual counseling and education about the disease of addiction.
Medically Supported Withdrawal (Detox)
This is the first step in your journey to recovery. Serenity Lane’s medical staff carefully monitors patients to ensure a safe withdrawal from drugs and alcohol while doing everything in their power to curb the symptoms of withdrawal. Like all of our approaches to treatment, this process is individualized. Because of this, the length of your hospital stay will vary.
Our nursing staff, physicians, psychiatrists, and assigned counselors will work together to develop a treatment plan to specifically address the needs of the patient. Once the patient’s medical condition has stabilized, our physicians will arrange for transfer into our residential treatment program.
Residential Addiction Treatment
Serenity Lane’s residential and licensed special care addiction treatment facilities are located on a private 14-acre campus in Coburg, Oregon.
Once patients are medically stabilized, they are then moved to our beautiful facilities to live on-campus and attend comprehensive treatment programming. After being assigned a compassionate counselor, patients will follow a set schedule of treatment activities throughout the week.
Group therapy is the primary form of treatment for substance use disorder and is used extensively here at Serenity Lane. However, individual counseling is also available to patients on an “as needed” basis, during the treatment period. On weekdays, the group will meet each morning and afternoon to explore problems, feelings, changes, and conflicts that come up in the treatment process. Patients will be oriented to the group and assigned a “buddy”. This is someone who is further along in treatment and can help explain rules and ease the transition into the group environment.
Our Spiritual Advisor is available to assist with spiritual needs as well. The term “Higher Power” is often used in treatment and refers to a personal belief in a resource which gives one inner strength. Of course, interaction with our Spiritual Advisor is entirely optional but is available to help in your journey toward recovery.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of FDA-approved medications, such as naltrexone, buprenorphine, and methadone in combination with clinical therapies for the treatment of opioid use disorders.
We drew upon our 45 years of experience treating substance use disorders, evidence-based methods of care, and industry-led practices to develop our MAT program.
Key elements of the program include:
- Integrating a medical component
- Providing extensive, holistic family education and therapy
- Engagement in treatment programming
- Ongoing support, monitoring, and communication through all levels of care
Our medically-driven program is designed to produce the best possible outcomes for patients. A dedicated medical team that includes Serenity Lane’s medical director, Dr. Eric Geisler, who is certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine, has overseen and managed the design and implementation of this program.
Long-Term Residential Treatment
Long-Term Residential Treatment at Serenity Lane focuses on a therapeutic community for the healing and support of recovering addicts who are prone to relapse or patients who are required to undergo a specified duration of treatment, for example, professionals in occupational safety and healthcare fields.
Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization) Programs
Serenity Lane’s day treatment program, also known as partial hospitalization, is the highest level of substance use disorder care after inpatient residential treatment. Day treatment is a great option for individuals looking for a comprehensive treatment program that allows them to balance the demands of personal and professional life.
Serenity Lane currently offers two levels of outpatient programming at several locations throughout Oregon.
Level II Outpatient (Intensive Outpatient Program)
Our Level II Outpatient program is ten weeks of intensive, comprehensive treatment that includes group therapy, individual counseling, and education about the disease of addiction. Treatment groups meet for three hours, three times a week.
Level I Outpatient Program
Following outpatient treatment, recovery support is provided on a weekly basis for 44 weeks or longer. Patients meet for a 1 ½ hour weekly session to learn to identify and manage stressful life events and incorporate relapse prevention techniques.
Various Other Programs Offered
Along with our inpatient and outpatient treatment options, we offer various other types of programming to assist you and your family in battling the disease of addiction.
We offer an educational program for family members of patients in treatment at Serenity Lane that focuses on repairing relationships that have suffered because of the destructive nature of chemical dependency.
If you’ve received a DUII citation and need education or treatment, consider Serenity Lane. We are Oregon State approved to provide DUII services at our locations throughout Oregon.
RecoveryNOW Virtual Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services
We know that these uncertain times can be a threat to your recovery, that’s why Serenity Lane’s RecoveryNOW Virtual Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services provides the same exceptional Intensive Outpatient and level I outpatient programming via teleconferencing. This includes group sessions and meetings with counselors.