1, Serenity Lane
Coburg, Oregon 97408
(formerly 91150 Coburg Industrial Way)
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Jeanne's story is not unique. One morning she woke from an alcoholic fog to find a heart felt letter written by her husband of 20 years. In it he told her how he missed the "old Jeanne" the beautiful woman he married years earlier, his "loving partner, his friend through everything." He said, "I want the old Jeanne back, not this woman who's love affair with the bottle takes priority over everything else." That letter was the wake up call Jeanne needed. With the support of her husband, she checked into Serenity Lane. She followed her treatment plan and continues to attend weekly recovery support meetings. Jeanne found peace and lasting recovery, and her husband got his loving wife back; clean and sober and thrilled to take life "one day at a time." Jeanne tells her story as one of the many former patients who have chosen to be featured on a Serenity Lane television commercial. If you or someone you care about has a problem with alcohol or other drugs...call us. We're here to help.Jeanne
Larry went through our program in 1984 and says he is almost evangelical about Serenity Lane for several reasons. "Serenity Lane created a whole new life for me. I went in there with no self respect, my finances torn apart, my family torn apart. Serenity Lane turned my life around. There's no doubt that without my experience there I would not have the life I have today." "When I went in I didn't think I could stay sober even for a week - now I've been sober all these years... it's truly a miracle!"Larry
Carol received treatment from Serenity Lane in 1982. She has worked in the chemical dependency field ever since and feels that her life changed course after she received treatment. "Miracles happen everyday at Serenity Lane and it certainly happened for me. I have a bumper sticker on my car right now that says 'I am a miracle' and I am. By all rights I should not be alive today. Had I continued in my disease and not sought help, I wouldn't be alive today. So yes, I believe in miracles."Carol