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Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs in Forest Grove, Oregon

Forest Grove, OR has several nearby treatment choices including: 4 medicaid treatment centers, 0 inpatient treatment center, 3 drug rehabs that take private insurance like BCBS, 0 drug and alcohol detox, 4 outpatient treatment programs.

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Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs Serving the Forest Grove, Oregon Area:

    alcohol treatment program - Pacific Alcohol and OR
    2031 Hawthorne Street
    Forest Grove, OR. 97116

    Pacific Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Inc. is an Out-Patient Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program located in both the Tigard and Forest Grove areas. Our clients include; self-referrals, physician referred employee assistance programs and the judicial system. Our comprehensive program and qualified practitioners offer compassionate, effective therapy to those seeking solutions for the problems associated with addiction.

    De Paul Treatment Centers IncCARF AccreditedSAMHSA

    drug rehab program - De Paul Treatment Centers Inc OR
    203 SE 3rd Avenue
    Hillsboro, OR. 97123

    De Paul Treatment Centers Inc is 10 miles from Forest Grove, Oregon

    De Paul Treatment Centers provides drug and alcohol treatment to men, women, youth, and families. We offer a full continuum of care that includes medical detox, residential, day treatment and outpatient programs, family therapy, and treatment of co-occurring mental health disorders. De Paul's mission is to create freedom from addiction.

    Inner Journey Healing Arts CenterSAMHSA

    drug rehab facility - Inner Journey Healing Arts Center OR
    134 SE 5th Avenue
    Hillsboro, OR. 97123

    Inner Journey Healing Arts Center is 10.2 miles from Forest Grove, OR

    Inner Journey Healing Arts is an outpatient treatment center located in Hillsboro, Oregon, Washington County specializing in Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation. We are a state recognized and accredited DUI and DUII treatment facility and approach rehabilitation in an individualized and unique fashion.

    Sequoia Mental HealthSAMHSA

    alcohol rehab facility - Sequoia Mental Health OR
    4585 SW 185th Avenue
    Beaverton, OR. 97007

    Sequoia Mental Health is 16.2 miles from Forest Grove, OR

    Sequoia Mental Health Services, Inc., an Oregon non-profit, was founded in 1981 as Homestreet, Inc. Homestreet's original board was comprised of individuals from families whose members included those with mental illness. This group recognized the importance of and need for affordable supportive housing for individuals being discharged from state hospitals and the impact it would have on the success of their after-care and community tenure. With the goal of providing affordable housing and support services to persons disabled by serious mental illnesses, Homestreet rented apartments and houses on the open market and subleased them to service recipients, along with providing case management, psychiatric appointments, and life-skill training.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      How can I support my adult child in their recovery process?

      Supporting an adult child in their recovery process can be a challenging yet crucial role. Here are some ways you can provide support:

      Educate Yourself: Learn about addiction and the recovery process. Understanding the nature of your child's struggle can help you provide more effective support and reduce misperceptions and stigma.

      Encourage Treatment: Encourage your child to seek professional help and stay engaged with their treatment plan. This could involve therapy, counseling, medication-assisted treatment, and/or participation in a recovery support group.

      Be Patient and Understanding: Recovery is a long and challenging process that often involves setbacks. Be patient with your child's progress and provide emotional support and encouragement.

      Promote Healthy Lifestyle: Encourage your child to maintain a healthy lifestyle. This could involve supporting them in adopting healthy eating habits, regular physical activity, and adequate sleep. Also, help them find healthy coping mechanisms and hobbies to replace substance use.

      Support Their Independence: It's important for your adult child to feel capable and independent. While it's important to support them, avoid taking over their responsibilities. Instead, encourage them to take charge of their own recovery.

      Set Boundaries: Clear, healthy boundaries are crucial in any relationship, but especially when dealing with addiction. Communicate your limits openly and honestly. For example, you might make it clear that you won't provide financial support for substance use.

      Attend Family Therapy: Consider participating in family therapy or counseling. This can help you understand how to better support your child, improve communication, and address any issues within the family dynamic that may contribute to the substance use disorder.

      Join a Support Group: Consider joining a support group for parents of adults with substance use disorders. These groups can provide understanding, advice, and resources.

      Take Care of Yourself: Remember, you can't pour from an empty cup. Ensure you're taking care of your own physical and mental health too. Seek support when you need it, and take time for self-care.

      Can I successfully get treatment for my addiction to alcohol on an outpatient basis?

      "Yes, it is possible to successfully receive treatment for alcohol addiction on an outpatient basis. Outpatient treatment programs can be an effective and flexible option for individuals who cannot commit to inpatient or residential programs due to work, family, or other responsibilities. However, the success of outpatient treatment largely depends on the individual's motivation, support system, and the severity of their addiction. While outpatient treatment can be successful for many individuals, it may not be suitable for everyone. Those with severe alcohol addiction, a history of relapse, or co-occurring mental health disorders may require more intensive inpatient or residential treatment to ensure their safety and promote lasting recovery.

      Ultimately, the success of outpatient treatment for alcohol addiction depends on the individual's commitment, the support of their family and friends, and the quality of the treatment program. It is essential to choose a reputable and evidence-based outpatient program and to be fully engaged in the recovery process for the best possible outcome."

      How to help an addict that refuses it?

      Helping a loved one who is struggling with addiction but refuses assistance can be a challenging and delicate situation. However, there are several approaches you can take:

      • Communication: Have an open, honest, and compassionate conversation about your concerns. Choose a time when they're sober and not in crisis. Avoid judgmental or confrontational language, instead focusing on expressing your feelings and concerns.
      • Educate Yourself: Understanding addiction as a disease can help you approach the situation with empathy. Learn about the science of addiction and the resources available for treatment.
      • Professional Intervention: An intervention is a structured conversation between the person with addiction and their loved ones, often facilitated by a professional interventionist. The goal is to help the person see the negative impact of their addiction on themselves and others and to encourage them to seek treatment.
      • Support Groups: Consider joining a support group for families and friends of individuals dealing with substance use disorders, such as Al-Anon or Nar-Anon. These groups can provide understanding, advice, and encouragement.
      • Setting Boundaries: It's crucial to establish boundaries to protect your own mental and physical wellbeing. Make it clear what behaviors you will not tolerate and follow through on consequences if those boundaries are crossed.
      • Encouragement: Continually encourage your loved one to seek professional help. Provide them with information about local resources, rehab facilities, or counseling services.
      • Self-Care: Don't forget to take care of your own mental and physical health. Seek professional help for yourself if necessary, and remember that it's okay to step back when you need to.

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      Our service provides referrals to licensed treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. You don't have to struggle alone with addiction. Help is just a phone call away. Call 1-877-882-9275 now to get the help you need and deserve.


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