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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Gilchrist, Oregon

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Oregon

New Directions Northwest Inc. - Recovery Village

Im so happy that I entered this center. the mommy and me is a great program. daycare is provided during the week. Friday and Saturdays are movie and popcorn for mommies.The staff is very attentive to each individuals needs. I also like the fact that they teach structure in daily routines.

- Jamie
4 out of 5
Baker City, OR

Serenity Lane

An overall good facility.

- Anonymous
4.7 out of 5
Eugene, OR

Pacific Ridge

I was ready for the treatment and the staff was really supportive. Honesty is the key to a successful treatment. Being in treatment takes commitment of the individual. If you are serious of wanting the help, it's important to ask for it and be honest with the aspects of the program. They are there to help, but if you are not serious about wanting to stop the addiction. The program will not work.

- Richard
5 out of 5
Jefferson, OR