Alcohol and Drug Rehab and Mental Health Care in Oregon

1901 Esther Street Newberg, OR 97132

How At-Risk Are You?

Wondering how problematic your alcohol or other drug use is becoming? Here's a confidential self-assessment to give you a better sense of your situation.

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Accepted Health Insurance

For most patients, much of addiction treatment is covered by insurance. We work with Kaiser Permanente Northwest, Kaiser Washington, Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon, Optum Behavioral Health, Moda Health, PacificSource and most other insurance plans. Let our experienced staff help you access the maximum benefits available.

Accepted Health Insurance

Hazelden Betty Ford in Newberg, Oregon

Continuum of Care

Inpatient and Outpatient Drug Rehab

Drug and Alcohol Treatment

The goal of treatment for substance use disorders is to stabilize your health and equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to find lasting freedom from alcohol or other drug addiction.

Your pace through our inpatient or outpatient treatment program in Newberg will not be identical to those around you. While there are common milestones in healing from addiction and co-occurring conditions, the most effective treatment path for you is your own—based on your specific challenges, circumstances and needs.

Unlike most other inpatient addiction treatment centers in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, Hazelden Betty Ford in Newberg has medical staff, psychiatrists, counselors and therapists on site, providing you with comprehensive care and addressing issues or challenges as they arise.

One year after treatment, 74 percent of our patients report being sober

How do I know if I need treatment?

A good place to start is by asking yourself whether substance use could be contributing to any difficulties you may be experiencing, like relationship issues, or work challenges or medical complications. These are just a few possible indications that your alcohol or drug use might be affecting your ability to cope or function well—and that you might benefit from treatment.

To get an even better idea, you can talk with a Hazelden Betty Ford care navigator who, confidentially and at no cost, will help assess your situation, share the types of care and services we offer in Oregon, and guide you in determining next steps, including admission to one of our inpatient or outpatient programs, if appropriate.

Feel free to ask our care navigators any questions you may have about the different intensities and aspects of addiction treatment. You will find a full range of addiction treatment programs and related rehab services available at our Newberg, Oregon, treatment facility, including:

  • Medical care for initial detox services and ongoing medical needs (our licensed physicians, nurses and other medical staff will help you detox comfortably as you begin your treatment experience)
  • Gender-informed programming
  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Educational presentations
  • Integrated mental health services for co-occurring disorders, with care provided by psychiatrists and other licensed mental health professionals
  • Special-focus groups
  • Twelve Step Facilitation therapy
  • Wellness and recreational activities at our on-site gym
  • Spiritual care services
  • Animal-assisted programming with Nala, an Australian Labradoodle

Our care navigators can also tell you more about our specialized program for professionals, with services that address return-to-practice issues, career restoration, and licensing and/or monitoring matters.

In addition, our Newberg rehab center offers a specialized treatment protocol for opioid use disorder, which initially focuses on helping you through opioid withdrawal, reducing discomfort and minimizing drug cravings.

Is Hazelden Betty Ford's detox center located on site?

Yes, we have a medical services unit on our Newberg campus where our highly skilled staff will help you safely and comfortably detox from alcohol and/or other drugs. Drug withdrawal symptoms can be unpredictable and complicated, and detox centers focus on this specialized area of medical care. Medical detox eases withdrawal symptoms and relieves cravings so you feel well enough and think clearly enough to begin inpatient treatment. 

Does telehealth or virtual treatment work for addiction?

For some Hazelden Betty Ford patients, our virtual program has been an ideal drug rehabilitation option. Access to treatment via telehealth technologies has even resulted in improved participation rates for those patients because attendance is more convenient.

Our Newberg-based virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP) 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, virtual IOP provides you with an individualized care plan that incorporates psychological, social and substance use assessments, individual counseling, group therapy sessions and recovery support.

Virtual addiction treatment can be an ideal alternative if you have accessibility or mobility challenges or if you're not located near the Portland metropolitan area. 

How can Hazelden Betty Ford help me after treatment?

Our staff will connect you with a variety of post-rehab services and resources based on your specific needs and challenges. Hazelden Betty Ford's unparalleled online, in-person and digital resources are designed to strengthen your recovery, reduce the risk of relapse and support you in adopting healthy new routines and practices. Some of our most popular resources include:

  • Phone-based coaching
  • Mobile apps
  • Online social communities
  • Daily inspirational emails
  • Self-help publications, such as daily mediation books.

Outpatient Care

Mental Health Services

If you're feeling overwhelmed or finding it difficult to cope, please know that our mental health therapists are here for you. We have expertise in assessing and treating depression, trauma, anxiety and other common mental and emotional health conditions.

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Integrated Care for Co-occurring Disorders

More often than not, substance use issues show up with other mental health challenges. The mix of symptoms can make diagnosis and treatment complicated. For example, the symptoms of an anxiety disorder can become more severe with alcohol or other drug use. Likewise, substance use can intensify as symptoms of anxiety worsen.

Clinicians at Hazelden Betty Ford in Oregon specialize in dual diagnosis and dual-enhanced treatment of co-occurring disorders. Mental health services are fully integrated into your personalized treatment plan and are provided by psychologists, psychiatrists and addiction counselors who have expertise in treating co-occurring disorders.

Outpatient and Virtual Mental Health Services

Mental health services at Hazelden Betty Ford's Newberg campus are available in-person and virtually to individuals 12 years of age and older an outpatient basis.

Outpatient services provided by our licensed mental health professionals include:

  • Screenings and assessments
  • Individual counseling and therapy 
  • Special-focus group therapy
  • Medication management/coordination

In-Person and Virtual Services

Help and Care for Families

Addiction impacts all of our relationships—especially the relationships that mean the most to us. Our parallel recovery and support programs for families and children, special-focus support groups, coaching services and workshops are designed to help everyone in your family circle heal and grow healthier—together.

Most of our family resources are free and available online so you can access help and support for your family members from anywhere in Oregon.


  • Virtual family services orientation session
  • Native American family session - virtual
  • Spanish-language family session - virtual
  • Virtual family support groups
  • Children's program (ages 7-12) – virtual
  • Phone and web-based family coaching
  • Virtual healthy relationships series
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