Domestic Abuse Awareness Program

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Domestic Abuse Awareness Program2020-03-24T17:06:56+00:00

NOTICE: Effective immediately, we are temporarily suspending admissions and assessments through our Walk-In Clinic, and all face-to-face interaction with clients in our outpatient programs. This is based on the most recent state and local recommendations in response to social distancing requirements in the face of a potential COVID-19 outbreak in our area. 

If you are a current client, we will soon be conducting individual sessions via telehealth. TeleHealth is a counseling session with your primary counselor or Certified Recovery Mentor done by phone or by video.

If you are currently scheduled for an appointment, we will call you to let you know how to access your counselor virtually in the near future. If you would like to schedule an appointment, have further questions, or would like to ensure we have your most updated contact information, please call us at (541) 779-1282.

If you are a patient of our Addiction Medicine Clinic, your office visits and prescriptions with Dottie Oliveira, LNP, will continue in-person. However, OBOT groups are cancelled until further notice.


A unique program in Jackson County, Addictions Recovery Center’s professionally trained staff helps local men and women confront 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 541-779-1282