Treatment Programs

at Serenity Lane

Coburg Campus Treatment Center
Coburg Campus Gilbert Dining Hall. pc: Steve Smith Photography

The following treatment programs are available for adults, 18 years of age & older:

Inpatient / Residential Treatment:

Inpatient Treatment provides stabilization/ crisis intervention, and around the clock medically supervised detoxification. Counseling and individual therapy assists the patient in dealing with the complex issues of chemical dependency. Residential Treatment is 28 days in duration. The program provides intensive group therapy, individual counseling and education about the disease of addiction.

Medically Supported Withdrawal (Detox):

Serenity Lane’s medical staff carefully monitors patients to ensure a safe withdrawal from alcohol and/or drugs. Medical treatment is individualized; therefore the length of stay in the hospital will vary. The nursing staff, physician, psychiatrist and assigned counselors work together to develop a specific treatment plan. When the patient's medical condition has stabilized, the physician will arrange for transfer to the residential treatment program.

Outpatient Treatment:

An intensive ten-week program of group therapy, individual counseling and education about the disease of addiction. Treatment groups meet for three hours three times per week.

Recovery Support:

Follows Outpatient Treatment and is provided on a weekly basis for 44 weeks or longer. Patients meet for a 1 1/2 hour weekly session to learn to identify and manage stressful life events and incorporate relapse prevention techniques.

ExSL Program:

Our long-term treatment program which focuses on a therapeutic community for the healing and support of recovering addicts who are relapse prone.

Addiction-Free Pain Management Program:

Our Addiction-Free Pain Management™ program is a 14-week course which, when combined with residential/outpatient chemical dependency treatment, improves the quality of recovery for the addict coping with chronic pain.

Young Adult's Program:

For young adults ages 18-24 struggling with addiction. The Young Adult's Program is highly structured with more emphasis on direct counseling, offering primary group therapy seven days a week, separate lectures on life skills and more targeted relapse prevention.

Family Program:

For family members of Serenity Lane patients. It is an educational program that focuses on repairing relationships that have suffered due to the destructive nature of chemical dependency.

DUII Services:

If you received a DUII citation and need education or treatment consider Serenity Lane. We are Oregon State approved to provide DUII services at our Oregon State locations and Washington State approved for DUI services at our Vancouver location.

Buprenorphine / Medically Managed Opiate Withdrawal:

Under our physician's care, Buprenorphine is administered to help ease the extremely unpleasant side effects of opiate withdrawal. This new therapy has helped hundreds of opiate addicted patients successfully withdraw without the typical 3-6 days of severe discomfort.

Chronic Pain Management:

Using pharmacologic and other clinical strategies, patients withdraw from all dependency producing chemicals in a medically safe and psychologically supportive environment.


Employer Services Program:

Provides alcohol and drug consultation and training for business, industry and public institutions.

Healthcare Professionals Program:

Serenity Lane's specialized program for healthcare professionals - when alcohol or other drugs become a problem.

Patient Monitoring Program:

A value added program that tracks mandated clients through the treatment process, and reports compliance to appropriate parties.

Addiction Counselor Training Program:

Serenity Lane provides free training for one full year and we offer a low interest loan of up to $10,000 to offset living expenses while you attend the program. You will receive top quality instruction and experience that you will use for career enhancement over a lifetime. Details are listed on the Counselor Training Program page.