Convenient Outpatient Addiction Treatment Center in Beaverton, Oregon Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s outpatient drug rehab clinic is located seven miles west of downtown Portland, Oregon, in the city of Beaverton. Our addiction treatment programs are holistic and individualized, providing the personalized care and support you need to lead a full and healthy life in recovery. Outpatient rehab services at our treatment center are integrated with mental health services to address co-occurring issues related to anxiety, trauma or depression. Whether you're struggling with addiction to alcohol or other drugs, we're here to help. The goal of alcohol and drug rehab is to stabilize your health and equip you with the knowledge, skills and resources to help you reclaim your life from addiction. Our outpatient programs are designed to help you progress from clinical management of your care to self-directed recovery care and activities. This means that our clinicians will take the lead in managing your symptoms within the structure and support of our treatment environment until you are equipped with the knowledge, skills and resources to effectively manage your symptoms on your own. During your outpatient sessions with us, you will participate in Feedback Informed Treatment. This approach involves a number of evidence-based assessment tools designed to provide your counselor with immediate feedback about your progress in rehab. With this information, your counselor is able to continually assess your situation and and adjust your treatment plan as needed. Drug rehab services at Hazelden’s treatment center in Beaverton are in-network with most insurance providers. If you or a loved one are struggling with substance abuse, contact us or call 1-866-831-5700 and a recovery expert can help you find the program and services to fit your needs as well as review your insurance options. Outpatient alcohol and drug rehab programs at our Beaverton treatment center are conveniently offered during weekdays and weeknights. Our careful assessment process will determine the best programming fit to meet your needs. Day Treatment Day treatment at Hazelden, the highest level of outpatient care offered, includes both individual and group therapy as well as clinician-led educational sessions and process groups. Treatment programming is provided by master’s level clinicians who collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to develop each patient’s individualized care plan. Day treatment programming is held Monday–Thursday from 2 to 9 p.m. Intensive Outpatient Treatment The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offered at Hazelden’s clinic near Portland, Oregon, combines evidence-based addiction therapies and practices, Twelve Step principles, and the latest scientific research about alcohol and drug addiction. Like our day treatment program, our intensive outpatient program takes an individualized approach to care that incorporates psychological, social and substance use (alcohol and other drug) assessments and addresses each patient’s specific challenges and needs. IOP sessions are held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, either in the morning or in the evening to accommodate your scheduling needs. Our morning groups meet from 9 a.m. to noon, and our evening sessions are held from 6 to 9 p.m. Specialized Programs and Services Opioid addiction treatment When clinically advised, Hazelden provides medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. This evidence-based treatment protocol is designed to ease the discomfort of opioid withdrawal, reduce cravings and help patients engage more successfully in rehab programming and activities. Mental health services Clinicians at our Beaverton treatment center provide mental health care for our patients as well as services to the general community on an outpatient basis. These services include a number of mental health assessments, individual and group therapy, and family/relationship therapy. DUII Diversion and Conviction Program Oregon’s court-mandated Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) diversion program is also offered at Hazelden’s facility in Beaverton. Referral by an Alcohol and Drug Evaluation and Screening Specialist (ADES) is required for this program. Participants may choose to attend our IOP sessions or other outpatient programming as well. DUII Diversion and Conviction Program informational sessions are held Mondays, and rehab groups are held on Tuesdays, both from 10 to 11 a.m., for twelve weeks. Other outpatient treatment services available at our treatment center include: Special-focus groups Outpatient group: Tuesdays from 10 to 11 a.m. Opioid group (COR-12): Tuesdays from 10 to 11 a.m. or 6 to 7 p.m. Family Education Program: Educational offerings and support services to help family members learn about the disease of addiction, how they and their loved one have been affected, and how the family can begin to heal. Recovery Management The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's post-rehab services and resources are designed to help you strengthen and advance your recovery from alcohol and drug addiction over the long haul. Scientific research identifies ongoing involvement in sober-related activities and social engagement with the recovery community as the best predictors of long-term sobriety. This active engagement is especially important during the first 18 months post-rehab, when risk of relapse is most intense. Experts across the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation offer a variety of resources and services to support the progress you’ve made in treatment. Resources include digital, in-person and phone-based recovery tools, such as award-winning mobile apps, Twelve Step-inspired retreats, coaching and monitoring services, online recovery communities, alumni events and more. In addition to these support services, our Beaverton treatment center offers weekly continuing care groups: Tuesday: 6–7:30 p.m. Wednesday: 6–7:30 p.m. Friday: 9–10:30 a.m. Hazelden in Beaverton also hosts Twelve Step meetings, a source of hope and strength for many individuals who are committed to reclaiming their lives from the grip of addiction.