Oregon Trail Recovery aims to ensure a safe environment where our clients can work on their substance addictions. During treatment, we want to assist them in utilizing the tools necessary to remain alcohol and drug-free long-term. We employ strength-based therapies to continue to engage our clients in their recovery process. Our trained clinical staff commits themselves to the growth and wellness of our clients.
Whether you are finishing residential drug treatment or a detox program, we have a long-term intensive outpatient program in Portland, Oregon that can help. At Oregon Trail Recovery, we not only help you stay clean and sober but also teach you how to apply the tools of sobriety that you have learned to everyday life.
Oregon Trail Recovery proudly works with most Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO) as well as First Health and Shasta as an in-network facility. To find out more information about how we work with insurance, please call (855) 770–0577 to speak with one of our intake coordinators.
We Do Not Take OHP At This Time.
There are many challenges to overcome when you first get clean and sober. Where will I find meetings? Where do I find work? How do I get a place to live? What do I do to have fun?
At Oregon Trail Recovery, LLC., we can help you solve all of those problems. We help you take the life skills that you learned in residential treatment and transfer those skills of sobriety into everyday living with our long-term intensive outpatient program.
Together, with your peers in the program, you will have a safe place to stay that is drug and
Do You Have Questions?
“The staff here are wonderful – they’re kind, respectful, and willing to spend time with you. This is a great setting to detox and get treatment because it’s relaxed and calm.”
Please call us today with any questions or inquiries about the program. We can provide you a superior quality of treatment at an affordable rate. Contact can be made by phone, at 855-770-0577. We Do Not Take OHP At This Time.
The Joint Commission Gold Seal Of Approval: What Does It Mean?
We are proud to announce that we recently completed our initial survey with the Joint Commission. As a result, they have awarded us with their Gold Seal Of Approval indicating that we are formally accredited by this organization. This accreditation represents that our program operates in compliance with the highest standards of quality and safety in the behavioral healthcare industry. While our efforts have always been focused on maintaining excellent client safety and care, this accreditation serves as 3rd party verification of the quality and safety of our services.