Types of Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs in Oregon
Oregon has a population of 3,419,990. The most commonly abused substances in Oregon are: cocaine, heroin, meth, alcohol, marijuana, hydrocodone, vicodin, codeine, hallucinogens, adderal, valium, and methadone. In cities across the state of Oregon, addicts and families of addicts alike experience the tragic consequences of addictive drug use. Oregon is no exception to the hurt and suffering that drug and alcohol addiction brings to people and communities.
With easy access to drugs like heroin, meth, alcohol, and marijuana and other addictive substances in the Oregon community, there are problems of substance abuse in the area. Fortunately, there are also 282 drug and alcohol rehab facilities that serve the Oregon area.
Addiction Treatment Service Settings and Treatment Approaches in Oregon
There are short term drug and alcohol rehab centers, detox centers, long term rehab programs, outpatient counseling, inpatient addiction treatment facilities and other options. These drug and alcohol rehabs in Oregon provide several different types of treatment such as dialectical behavior therapy, individual psychotherapy, trauma-related counseling, behavior modification, group therapy, substance abuse counseling approach and more.
Special Programs for Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Forms of Payment Accepted in Oregon
Because addiction treatment is not a "one size fits all situation", facilities in Oregon offer special programs for social skills development, residential beds for client's children, legal advocacy, aftercare/continuing care, persons with serious mental illness, veterans, and others. Substance abuse treatment can be paid for in several different ways: private medical insurance, private pay, payment assistance, sliding fee scale, county or local government funds, other state funds and other methods of payment in the listings below that service the Oregon area.
Living in Oregon with a drug and/or alcohol problem is not necessary, get the help that you need now, it is available to you.