Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment

Our residential treatment centers offer a broad range of services for mental health, substance abuse, and prevention.  We strive to provide expert care and counseling with compassion in a non-judgmental environment, and work with other service organizations in the state to offer coordination of care.

Our residential programs are identified as "co-occurring," meaning they provide mental health and psychiatric medication management services in coordination with residential substance-use-disorder treatment services.  Our programs and staff recognize the impact of trauma and mental health conditions on treatment and recovery of substance use disorders.  We strongly believe that one issue cannot be addressed without treating all behavioral health concerns.  Mental health assessment, individual mental health counseling, psychiatric evaluation for possible medication support are services available to all residential clients.

Because residential treatment is offered over an extended period of time, and to ensure the safety and well-being of residents and staff, participants in residential programs must be medically and psychiatrically stable.  Additional conditions and/or considerations also apply:

  • Admission is for adults age 18 and older.
  • We cannot accept individuals who have committed sexual crimes.
  • Clients are expected to commit to the entirety of the program.
  • Prospective clients must supply a current (within 30 days) substance use assessment with ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine) criteria.
  • Additional documentation to determine eligibility may be requested on a case by case basis.

 

  • We accept Oregon Health Plan and some private carriers with pre-approval.  Private pay is due in advance and must be arranged prior to treatment.
  • Clients with active prescriptions, should bring a 30-day supply of medication to ensure that they do not run out while in treatment.

Residential Treatment Directors

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Shad Thomas, LCSW, CADCIII
OBOT/MAT Program Manager /
Residential Programs Director
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Bob Forsyth
Baker House Women's Program Director
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Nathan Conklin
Baker House Men's Program Director
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Tammy Smietana, CADCII, QMHA
Recovery Village Program Director

Residential Treatment Locations

Fax: (541) 523-4062

Departments, Personnel, Services and Programs at this location:

  • Program Director
  • Supervisor
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Clinical Staff – Counselors
  • Treatment Facilitators
  • Food Service Coordinator

Fax: (541) 523-4062

Departments, Personnel, Services and Programs at this location:

  • Program Director
  • Supervisor
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Clinical Staff – Counselors
  • Treatment Facilitators
  • Food Service Coordinator

Fax: (541) 523-4062

Departments, Personnel, Services and Programs at this location:

  • Program Director
  • Supervisor
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Clinical Staff – Counselors
  • Treatment Facilitators
  • Food Service Coordinator

Admissions & Referrals

Our goal is to serve as many persons as we are able, but space in our residential facilities is limited.  Potential clients are placed on a waiting list after applying for entry.  To apply for admission in one of our residential programs, or if you are a mental-health professional and would like to make a referral to one of our programs, please follow the steps below.

Note:  We are not able to place anyone on our waiting until we have received both of the following documents for that individual:
  • Admission/Referral form
  • Drug Use Assessment/ASAM
Following the steps below will ensure that you or your referral will be added to our waiting list quickly.

Step 1:

Submit an Application / Referral

Step 2:

Upload Drug Use Assessment/ASAM

You may also fax admissions/referral documentation to us at (541) 523-4062.

If you need assistance with the admissions or referral process, please call our intake coordinator at (541) 523-9016.