616 East 16th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401
New Hope Program (for OHP &
2133 Centennial Plaza, Eugene, OR 97401
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Outpatient Treatment incorporates individualized treatment with
flexible scheduling to accommodate various employment schedules,
i.e. you live at home, and don't need to miss work. Outpatient treatment
is effective, confidential and affordable.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program OVERVIEW
The first phase of outpatient treatment is a program of intensive
group work and education. Treatment sessions are scheduled at various
times throughout the week and held at either 616 East 16th Ave.,
or 2133 Centennial Plaza, Eugene. The Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Program is 10 weeks in length.
The second phase of treatment is called Recovery Support. This
program provides a weekly 1 1/2 hour therapy group for you and your
spouse or significant other. In Recovery Support you learn to identify
and manage stressful life events and to cope with the inevitable
ups and downs of early recovery.
Recovery is one day at a time. It involves a personal daily recovery
program which is developed by you and your counselors.
You meet with an admissions specialist to discuss your personal
history and to determine an appropriate level of care. This takes
a 1 to 1 1/2 hour appointment.
Our business office staff will discuss costs of treatment and insurance
coverage with you. This may be done at the time of the intake interview,
or a separate appointment can be arranged for your convenience.
Payment plans are available.
You meet with your counselor for an orientation to outpatient treatment.
At this time the program is explained, you receive a packet of materials,
and complete all necessary paperwork. This requires a 1/2 to 1 hour
An important part of recovery from addiction and codependency is
"12-step program" involvement. Patients are expected to
attend two A.A. or N.A. meetings per week. Family members are encouraged
to attend Al-Anon or Nar-Anon.
Your spouse/significant other is encouraged to attend a weekly
family education seminar. Serenity Lane offers a comprehensive fee-for-service
family program. For additional information speak with your counselor.
Phase 1: Intensive Program
Most group sessions begin with an educational program, generally
a presentation or film. There will be a short break after the presentation.
The remainder of the treatment session consists of working on recovery
issues in small groups. Topics in group include: acceptance of self
as alcoholic/addict, your recovery plan, relapse prevention, adjustment
to a sober lifestyle, and other individual issues.
As treatment progresses, some concerns may surface that are best
dealt with privately. Issues such as guidance in doing a first step,
developing a recovery plan, problems interfering with treatment,
and other personal issues can be discussed with your counselor in
an individual session. Patients are encouraged to make an appointment
to see their counselor as needed.
Approximately mid-treatment, patients will present an autobiography
of how alcoholism/other drug addiction has affected their lives.
This is one of the most important segments of the treatment process.
During treatment you may be asked to submit a urine sample for
drug/alcohol testing. This is one way we monitor your progress in
treatment and ensure a safe, alcohol/drug free environment for recovery.
This is NOT included in the cost of treatment. However, your insurance
may cover a percentage of the charge.
Toward the end of the intensive phase of treatment you meet with
your counselor to sign-up for Recovery Support, review your treatment
goals, recovery plan, and deal with questions or concerns you may
have. At this time, referrals may be made for ongoing community
services, such as individual or marriage counseling.
Phase 2: Recovery Support
Recovery Support is the second phase of treatment. It is a weekly
1 1/2 hour support group designed for you and your spouse/significant
other to learn to cope with the ups and downs of early recovery.
Recovery Support is available for up to 88 weeks.
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