Addictions Recovery Center is now conducting admissions and assessments via phone. This includes admissions for new clients to all ARC services, including medically monitored detox, residential treatment and outpatient services.
Outpatient services – including individual and group treatment and peer-mentored recovery support – are now being conducted via telehealth. This allows clients to access a Certified Alcohol and Drug counselor or Certified Recovery Mentor by phone or video.
For more information, or schedule an assessment or appointment, please call our main line at (541) 779-1282.
The DUII Flex Program* at Addiction Recovery Center (ARC) is an educational resource for clients with Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) issues who may or may not also exhibit addiction problems**.
The program is designed for the individual who has made mistakes around drinking and driving and is based on the Stages of Change model. It is a strength-based approach to DUII education that treats every client with dignity and respect.
ARC’s DUII Flex Program is presented in a learning atmosphere and strives to work around the client’s schedule. 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. The program also offers a special class for Veterans who are enrolled in the SORCC Addiction Treatment Program.
The DUII Flex Program works with every State in the United States – from Alaska to Florida and from Wisconsin to Louisiana. In other words, if a client received their DUII in another state – we can help.
For more information about the program, or to take the next step, please visit ARC’s Walk-In Clinic at 1025 East Main St. in Medford.
* Addictions Recovery Center was awarded “DUII Treatment Provider of the Year” for the State of Oregon in 2011 and 2013 by the DUII Multi-Disciplinary Training Task Force.
** Not all clients seeking help for DUII matters are enrolled into the DUII Flex program. Those exhibiting serious addiction problems or multiple DUIIs may be placed in ARC’s Outpatient care based on an assessment.