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Serenity Lane Roseburg Intensive Outpatient Treatment And Duii Services

2575 N.W. Kline St., Roseburg, Oregon, 97471
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People can speak there mind. All they remind u of is drugs and alcohol. Most the people in treatments are by law forced. Not willingly want help. Others do
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I was mandated by my employer to treatment to keep my job. I failed that, lost my job of almost 30 causing myself grief of seeking employment with that dark cloudl hovering above. Having failed my employer, Serenity Lane and ultimately my family, employment called from Eugene. I was falling further behind in my child support so accepted the opportunity and had to move. Serenity Lane asked me not to come back unless I went inpatient at their facility in Eugene, OR. Didn't want me contaminating others who were working on their own recovery. Even though I failed them, Serenity Lane still gave me the tools to turn my life around. I have and am forever thankful. That's a pretty good strength. I know the counsellor's care about each individual and their success in recovery but at times it seemed that money was just as important as recovery, maybe more. Being mandated by my employer to get help, at first hating it, totally in denial of course but after a while it got to were I didn't mind attending, sharing in each other's recovery and learning a new direction yet I relapsed and failed.
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the counsalers didnt no anyone helped with my drinking problem