Hazelden's Springbrook, OR Campus, is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment rehab in Newberg, Oregon. Focusing on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, the addiction counselors at Hazelden's Springbrook, OR Campus aim to do everything in their power to make their patients feel comfortable in their newfound surroundings and provide them with the most effective treatment possible.
Treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction, is paramount when being treated at a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in Newberg, Oregon. This, amongst other reasons, is why Hazelden's Springbrook, OR Campus offers certain treatment approaches that have been proven to work. These treatment approaches may include: Dialectical behavioral therapy, Family Based Treatment. Addiction treatment options are available to Adults and Hazelden's Springbrook, OR Campus accepts specific insurances, such as: Aetna, Most Out-of-Network, Northwest Permanente, PreferredOne, ValueOptions.
It's important to strive in helping those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. Despite the severity of an addict's addiction, recovery is possible. With the proper treatment plan in place, addiction treatment patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. Get in touch with Hazelden's Springbrook, OR Campus by visiting their website at www.hazeldenbettyford.org to get started.
I was just checking out what was new at the Hazeldon in Springbrook, where I was a patient. Since my admitting date is coming up soon, 5 years ago on 11.11.12. I remember that day like it was yesterday. It was going to be my 7th time in treatment, 1st time, at Hazelden. I was in very bad shape, I only weighed 83 pounds and I am 5'4". Needless to say, I was so weak, I could not even open my suitcase for inspection, I kept falling over. Finally my husband took over. That is the one complaint I had, I was unable to stand, sit, let alone think straight. Fast forward I was a mess, I also had no plans of surviving, my family wanted nothing to do with me, and I have 3 children who saw me at my worst. My life was meaningless and I really just wanted to die, the shame was to overwhelming. Once out of Detox I I made friends fast. I just listened mostly, unless confronted. I participated in all activities that were expected of me, and made progress one day at a time. After the 30 days, of course I wanted to leave and fought hard, yet somehow between the kind and helpful words of my peers and staff, I stayed. I actually spent Thank-giving, Christmas, New Years, and my Birthday there. I ended up staying from 11.11.12 thru 3.11.13 Those month my live slowly gained some meaning, even with being put in suicide watch twice, I was cared for, and cared about. The staff and counselors at the time were so caring and helpful. As said that was my 7th time, and my last. Thank Hazeldon!
They need to stop worrying about little things to save money such as turning the juice machine and pop machine off unless it's meal time. They just recently changed this and it's those little things that create a negative feeling or feelings for addicts and visitors. People pay a lot of money to go there and it's the least they can offer.
Best treatment center, by far. Like any program, what you get out of it is what you put in. Almost all the counselors are recovering addicts with a significant amount of sober time, so not only do you gain the tools to be sober but you also gain the perspective insight of someone who was once in your shoes. Yes, they eventually give you more freedoms, and yes, some people end up taking advantage of the opportunity to use-- but the point of it is to allow you to make the transition back into the real world. I'm sorry, but if you think the only reason your loved one relapsed was because of the small freedoms Hazelden gave them, then I'm not sure how you expected them to succeed once they left. I owe my sobriety to Hazelden.
I went into Hazelden Betty Ford treatment center on 1/30/2017. At first I was scared out of my mind but after detoxing for 2 days I went into intensive in-patient. I have nothing to say but great comments about this program. I was released on March 1st 2017. I received my 30 day coin at the AA meeting prior to leaving. I have been home for almost a week and I am still going SOBER strong! The detox nurses and staff (John, Sabrina, Patty and Ed) are awesome! The CD techs - Jonathan and Jennifer are just as amazing. All the counselors are wonderful and attentive to your needs. If you are seeking treatment and want a place to recover from your addiction! CHOOSE this treatment center! They also set you up with follow up treatment options once you leave and you meet with a care coordinator prior to leaving to continue your care at a place closer to your home. I would recommend this treatment center to everyone struggling with addiction. REMEMBER this though....your recovery program is ONLY as good as you want it to be. Do the work! and you'll be on your way to sobriety!
Best decision of my life. Awesome place!
I was in treatment at Hazelden Springbrook in 2003, and it probably saved my life as well as my marriage. The program was excellent. I am still sober. I do not know how much things have changed since the merger with Betty Ford. I have made six calls today trying to reach someone at the Springbrook location. No matter what number I call, I get the same obnoxious woman with the snooty accent, and I have never been able to reach someone with a very simple request. My inclination is to think that the quality of service has deteriorated in recent years.