Center Category: Rehab Centers
A private, nonprofit facility established in 1973 to treat drug abuse and alcoholism, Serenity Lane operates ten outpatient facilities spread across Oregon. Serenity Lane also runs a residential program at its Coburg facility that, despite not technically qualified as a hospital, does have a license to offer medical detox. The Eugene facility provides 24/7 monitoring with competent medical staff.
Serenity Lane also provides young adult inpatient program, and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), as well as DUI programs mandated by courts. Serenity Lane, however, does not offer dual diagnosis support.
Serenity Lane’s facility at Coburg is situated on a vast tree-lined campus and houses six different buildings on the campus. The main building has the detox unit, areas for treatment, and cafeteria. The facility houses 65 residents at a time with a near-equal mix of male and female clients. Female clients are housed in a dorm-style unit that has shared rooms furnished with a dresser, a desk, twin beds, and closet space for the client. The housing units have a common area between the shared bathrooms and bedrooms.
Male clients are put up in townhouses located behind the facility’s main building. The townhouses have two double-occupancy units. A shared bathroom separates these units. Amenities offered to male clients are the same as those provided to women.
Serenity Lane also offers residential programs for young adults below 25. Clients in this program share rooms situated in the main building.
Residents are offered three meals a day, served cafeteria-style in the facility’s dining hall. The food is prepared by cooking staff from a menu prepared every week.
Medical detox is provided at the hospital wing of Serenity Lane’s main campus. Detox is supervised by a medical doctor and a nursing staff present 24/7. Residents undergoing detox stay in hospital rooms which are shared with other residents. Space permitting, they can also get separate rooms. Upon completion of detox, residents are transitioned to the housing units where they start their daily treatment, a regimen with lasts anywhere between 21 to 28 days.
Residents have a busy schedule during their treatment undergoing individual and group therapy sessions with enough breaks built into it. Serenity Lane offers a 12-step inspired evidence-based treatment approach. The clients work during the first three steps of the process.
A day typically starts at 6:00 am. Residents have several options to begin their day which include a visit to YMCA, a walk around the campus in groups, or recovery reading groups. This is followed by breakfast, served cafeteria-style. Once breakfast is done with, the residents attend group sessions and lectures, with breaks at 11:30 am at 5:00 pm for lunch and dinner, respectively.
Residents also get some time off after lunch. During this time, residents can choose the options that they had during the morning free time. While some sessions are gender-specific, other courses are co-ed. After dinner, residents attend the on-site NA/AA meetings and three off-site NA/AA meetings in a week.
Once a resident completes their stay, they can take part in Serenity Lane’s aftercare program, which can last for two years, for an extra cost (approximately $6,000). This program involves outpatient sessions at any locations – Eugene, Portland, Albany, Bend, Salem, Roseburg, and Vancouver, Washington.
The initial aftercare program comprises of three weekly sessions of three hours each for ten weeks. Once the initial phase is complete, they are transitioned to “recovery support,” attending weekly one session for a year.
The treatment team at Serenity Lane comprises of a medical doctor, mental health provider, CDAC social workers, and level-one counselors.
Apart from the break activities, Serenity Lane does offer weekly trips outside the campus. These visits include visiting shopping centers or local hair salon in downtown Eugene.
Approximately $17,000 (28 days, approx. $3,500 for detox).
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