Our Residential Treatment Program uses a multidisciplinary approach to help guide clients toward a life of recovery. An individually designed plan for each client focuses on long-term recovery skills that help improve overall health, including physical and emotional wellbeing. Education on addictive behaviors, brain function and personal responsibility help guide the client toward integrating new skills and habits in their daily life. We also offer medically monitored detox. Residential treatment is a planned regimen of 24 hour professionally directed evaluation, observation, medical monitoring, and addiction treatment in an inpatient setting. (ASAM PPC-2R 2001)
Day treatment services are designed for individuals motivated to make significant changes in their life and are able to maintain their commitment as an outpatient. This generally includes 20 or more hours of clinically intensive programming per week, as specified in the patient’s treatment plan.(ASAM PPC-2R 2001)
Our Intensive Outpatient Program provides 9 or more hours of structured programing per week, consisting primarily of counseling and education about substance-related and mental health problems. (ASAM PPC-2R 2001)
Outpatient services are tailored to each patient's level of clinical severity and are designed to help the patient achieve changes in alcohol or other drug using behaviors. (ASAM PPC-2R 2001)
This class is designed to help individuals with understanding their pain management options. Individuals will learn about the treatment of pain; the effects and side effects of various pain treatments; how pain can be altered, and alternatives to traditional pharmaceutical interventions. This class is intended for individuals who are beginning an opiate-based pain management program with their healthcare provider.
A Certificate of Completion will be issued to participants at the end of each class.
For more information or to register for the course, please call 541-690-4929
The DUII Flex Program is modeled as an educational tool for DUII clients who may or may not exhibit addiction problems. It is designed for the person who has made poor choices around drinking and driving and is based on the Stages of Change model. Our program is a series of six three-hour sessions. The client uses a workbook to learn about the Stages of Change and to recognize how to alter their behaviors. Each group is supplemented with lectures on a variety of subjects, including brain chemistry, the addicted family, and the history and politics of alcohol and drugs. It is presented in a learning atmosphere and strives to work around the client’s schedule.
Addictions Recovery Center offers Veterans independent living ideally located in the center of Medford, Oregon, in the heart of Jackson County. Our safe and healing environment encourages growth and progress early in recovery. In collaboration with the Veterans Administration, we have provided transitional housing services for the past 40 years to Veterans. We are less than one block away from local bus access and a regular route that includes the V.A. Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics, medical services, major employers, shopping and entertainment.
Our Transition Programs offer low cost housing to men and women in the early stages of sobriety who are in transition to the next level of care. Transition housing provides much needed support during a critical time in rehabilitation, helping clients establish a path to a better life through a safe and monitored re-integration into the community.
Our Drop In Sobering Program works with local law enforcement, hospitals, and mental health professionals to provide safe sobering services to intoxicated individuals. Each person who comes to detox is kept under close observation and given food and a place to sleep until they are sober.
Dr. Darryl Inaba’s 10 week lecture series covers thought-provoking and relevant topics pertaining to addiction and treatment, including the latest research findings that are at once startling and enlightening. A partial listing of topics covered includes: History of Drug Use & Abuse in America; Causes of Addiction; Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Ritalin; Opiates, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates; Alcohol; Psychedelic Drugs; Other Drugs/ Other Addictions; Prevention; Treatment; Dual Diagnosis and Multi-Morbidity.
Dr. Darryl Inaba, Pharm D, CADC III, Director of Clinical and Behavioral Health Services, Addictions Recovery Center.
This collaborative effort between Addictions Recovery Center and OnTrack, Inc. provides comprehensive treatment services to gamblers and their families. Services include diagnostic assessment, individual and family counseling, group therapy and education. Treatment is provided in a safe and confidential environment, and is individualized to meet the specific needs of the client. Gambling treatment services are free of charge. If you are a family member, you are welcome to enroll independently. We are here to help.
This class is designed to help individuals with chronic pain with both education and support. This class is evidence based, using cognitive behavior approaches that have been proven to help patients manage their chronic pain. This class is intended for individuals who are experiencing chronic pain, and who may or may not be utilizing medications from a healthcare provider. This course is not intended for individuals with active addiction.
A Certificate of Completion will be issued to participants at the end of each six week course.
Addictions Recovery Center is currently offering a new service called Domestic Abuse Alternative Program (DAAP). ARC DAAP intervention groups provide an accountable and supportive setting for men to understand the role of male socialization, identify ways they have been controlling or abusive to others, explore their beliefs about abuse and practice healthy alternatives.
Our professionally trained staff confronts abusive patterns, while supporting them in making non-abusive choices and implementing more pro-social beliefs. ARC DAAP uses the Allies in Change © curriculum that is made up of evidence-based practices that include motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, role plays and the supportive research of John Gottman, Ph.D.
For more information or to register for the course, please call 541-326-4903
Gold Hill Library 202 Dardanelles Street Gold Hill, OR Mondays at 6:00 pm
VA SORCC 8495 Crater Lake Highway White City, OR Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
Mission: To provide the opportunity for individuals and their families to choose a healthier way of life.
Call us at 541-779-1282