Medically-Monitored Detox – Now Available
Addictions Recovery Center offers medically-monitored detoxification and stabilization services to individuals in need.
The goal of ARC’s detox program is to provide patients with a physically and emotionally stable environment to complete the detox process and prepare for transition into inpatient treatment.
Staff will work with patients to devise and implement an individualized treatment plan using methods approved by both the State of Oregon Health Authority and our Medical Director.
ARC’s Residential Treatment Program guides clients toward a life of recovery.
Each client receives an individually-designed plan focusing on long-term recovery skills that help improve overall health, including physical and emotional well-being. Education explores addictive behaviors, brain function and personal responsibility helping the client toward integrating new skills and behaviors in their daily life.
Residential treatment is a planned regimen of 24-hour professionally directed evaluation, observation and addiction treatment in an inpatient setting. (ASAM PPC-2R 2001)
Day treatment services are designed for individuals striving to make significant changes in their life and are able to maintain their commitment as an outpatient. This program is specific to the client’s customized plan and generally includes 20 or more hours of clinically intensive programming per week. (ASAM PPC-2R 2001)
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
ARC’s 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 use behaviors. (ASAM PPC-2R 2001)
Mental Health Treatment Services
Co-occurring substance use treatment and mental health services are for those suffering from co-occurring disorders – such as mental illness and substance abuse – that both need treatment for either effort to be successful. These dual-diagnosis services integrate assistance for each condition, helping people recover from both in one setting, at the same time. (NAMI)
ARC’s Transition Programs offer low cost housing to men and women in the early stages of sobriety who are transitioning to the next level of care. Transition housing provides much needed support during a critical time in rehabilitation; ARC’s peer mentors help clients establish a path to a better life through a safe and monitored re-integration into the community.
The Drop-In Sobering Program at the William H. Moore Center is an ARC facility whose staff works with local law enforcement, hospitals and individuals to provide safe sobering services to those suffering dangerously intoxication. Each person who comes to the sobering facility is kept under close observation and given food and a place to sleep until they are sober.
Dr. Darryl Inaba has served as ARC’s Director of Clinical and Behavioral Health Services since 2009. He is the nation’s leading expert in addiction disease and a co-founder of the Haight Ashbury Clinic, as well as a renowned author whose texts are used in universities across the country.
Dr. 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.