Transitional Living

Our upscale residential homes provide our clients with a safe and supervised environment in which to live and learn valuable life skills. Clients have the opportunity to experience firsthand what a drug and alcohol free lifestyle looks like during their stay. Our quality, therapeutic environments are designed to help teach valuable life skills such as personal responsibility, pride in ownership, effective interpersonal communication skills, as well as fun in recovery. This is combined with a sense of responsibility to recovery and an engagement in one’s own treatment. Our residential homes provide all necessary furnishings and household amenities including bedding, food, cable and WiFi services, computer access, toiletries and laundry facilities.

Our Transitional Living Homes

Each of our transitional living homes is staffed by formally trained and qualified house managers. In fact, many of our house managers are past graduates of Oregon Trail Recovery and are now gainfully employed with the organization. Our dedicated house management staff draws from their own personal experience with recovery in an effort to guide clients on their own journey towards success.  

Services Provided

  • Recovery-Based Structured Residences
  • Supportive, Peer-Driven Community
  • Random Drug Testing
  • 12-Step Meeting Participation
  • Case Management
  • Experiential Therapies
  • Adventure Experience
  • Daily Living Skills
  • Employment Assistance
  • Educational Assistance
  • Community Involvement
  • 12-Step Immersion
  • Required Group Therapy
  • Required Individual Therapy
  • Transportation

Our Gender Specific Transitions Programs Offer:

  • Individual therapy provided, supervised or facilitated by a licensed professional.
  • A minimum of 10 Hours of weekly group therapy sessions.
  • 90-day month intensive program
  • Modeling and guidance in developing and maintaining basic life skills.
  • Establishment of an effective long-term recovery plan, including peer support, identifying triggers, recognizing and addressing signs of relapse, mandatory sponsorship, and regular support group attendance.
  • Employment and/or Education assistance preparing for employment or school, including assistance with resumes, interview skills and/or assistance with scholastic processes and continued education. For those who are not working or in school, we require service as a community volunteer.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Problem Solving, Family Therapy, Mindfulness, Relapse Prevention, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
  • Regular outings to scenic places local to the Pacific Northwest. 
  • Emphasis on a connection between physical fitness and positive mental health.
  • Employment or income savings program to ensure the client has a healthy financial base when leaving treatment.