Treatment Centers in Oregon
Addiction is a dangerous and debilitating disease. It takes a toll on your friends, family, and finances as well as your health. Seeking complete addiction treatment that includes Oregon 12 Step Programs may be you only way to recovery.
There are many treatment options and many treatment centers. Most of the treatment centers have meetings like the NA meetings in Oregon. For more information, please call 800-653-7143. We can help you find the treatment you deserve.
- Baker City
- Christmas Valley
- Cottage Grove
- Forest Grove
- Gold Beach
- Grand Ronde
- Grants Pass
- Happy Valley
- Hood River
- John Day
Is My Addiction Covered?
Yes, your addiction is covered. Treatment centers usually cover all addictions and each addiction is covered by a different general or specific 12 Step Group. Some of the main types of 12 Step group are:
- AA or Alcoholics Anonymous
- NA or Narcotics Anonymous
- SA or Stimulants Anonymous
- MA or Marijuana Anonymous
This is just a small selection of the many 12 Step Groups available.
Where Should I go for Help?
You should go to a qualified treatment center to find help. Only a full treatment center combines medication, counseling, and the support you can find in meetings like AA Meetings in Oregon. You need all of these to give you the best chance of a successful recovery.
There are treatment centers in almost all cities and towns like Portland and Brookings. 12 Step Groups in Oregon come in all forms. You need both treatment and a 12 Step Group for the best chance of recovery.
To find out more, call us 800-653-7143. We can help you find the right treatment center for you.
Understanding the Different types of 12 Step Meetings in Oregon
There are two basic types of 12 Step Meetings like those found in NA Meetings in Oregon. These types are:
- Open meetings where anyone including the public can attend
- Closed meetings where only members and those wishing to join can attend
You can find sharing meetings and speakers meetings at both open and closed meetings depending on the topic and time.
12 Step Groups differ from other recovery groups in that they believe addiction is a disease and are better able to help you establish a support structure. In a 12 Step Program, you find that the focus is on supporting and helping each other rather than just helping yourself.Submit a new center or provide corrections to an existing one ›