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Oregon Detox Centers for Drug & Alcohol Addiction

Ranked as the sixth most drug-addicted state in the U.S., Oregon faces more problems with methamphetamine and heroin addiction than most other states. These substances, along with alcohol and heroin, are responsible for the majority of drug-related fatalities in the state. Oregon detox centers offer treatments that can help anyone who suffers from addiction overcome physical dependency on nearly any substance.

Detox centers in Oregon are located all throughout the state to accommodate its thousands of residents who need help recovering from substance abuse. Detox centers are located in Portland and Eugene, and in smaller cities Madras and Prineville. If you need help overcoming addiction, call today at 503-303-0510(Who Answers?) to learn more about nearby Oregon detox centers.

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Why Choose Oregon Detox Centers?

Oregon detox centers are staffed with caring nurses, doctors, and addiction counselors who fully understand how your body and brain are affected by addiction. This medical team will work with you or your loved one to develop a customized treatment plan that meets all your addiction recovery needs. If you live in Oregon, choosing a detox center nearest your home can help you stay close to caring friends and family who support your journey toward sobriety.

Benefits of choosing detox centers in Oregon:

  • Reduce withdrawal symptoms. Detox centers often use therapies such as medications, exercise, and nutrition to relieve cravings and other withdrawal symptoms.
  • Learn how to avoid relapse. Most OR detox centers offer individual and group therapy sessions that teach you methods for avoiding relapse and staying sober.
  • Treat your dual diagnosis. Many detox centers offer behavioral counseling and related therapies that treat mental health disorders that may coincide with your addiction.

Oregon detox centers are devoted to helping you safely and comfortably overcome chemical dependency with a lowered risk for health complications. Detox centers that offer inpatient care provide patients with 24/7 access to medical staff in the event they need support during detox and withdrawal.


Drug & Alcohol Detox Statistics

  • Methamphetamine was related to 202 drug overdose deaths in Oregon in 2015.
  • In Oregon 2014, there were 41 alcohol-related deaths for every 100,000 residents.
  • Drug-related overdoses resulted in 505 deaths in Oregon in 2015.
  • 89% of people in Oregon who abuse illicit drugs do not receive addiction treatment.
  • 92% of people in Oregon who struggle with alcohol abuse do not receive treatment.

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Our helpline will ask you some simple questions and help you determine whether a particular detox center is right for you.


Caring treatment specialists will work with you to keep you comfortable during withdrawal to prepare you for recovery.


Therapy and counseling are provided to help you discover the core reasons behind your addiction and how to cope without drugs or alcohol.


Follow-up programs and continued attention to recovery assist you in maintaining a sober lifestyle following the treatment received in detox and rehab.

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How Long is Oregon Alcohol Detox?

Alcohol detox treatments in Oregon can last up to three days or several weeks depending on an individual’s health status and history with addiction. For instance, those with weakened immune systems on behalf of poor nutrition and long-term alcohol abuse may spend more time recovering than those in better health who suffer mild alcohol addiction. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms usually begin within eight hours of consuming the last alcoholic beverage, and are often most severe between hours 24 and 72.

Factors that affect recovery time in alcohol detox:

  • Lifespan of alcohol abuse
  • Amount of alcohol consumed
  • Frequency of alcohol intake
  • Age, weight, and nutrition
  • Co-occurring disorders (depression, anxiety, PTSD)
  • Using alcohol with other substances

Alcohol detox in Oregon can be performed naturally in a supervised medical setting, or with the use of medications that relieve cravings, insomnia, shaking, and other symptoms. To locate nearby Oregon detox centers that treat alcohol addiction, call 503-303-0510(Who Answers?) and get the help you need.

How Long is Oregon Drug Detox?

The length of an Oregon drug detox treatment varies depending on the substance being used, the patient’s overall health, and their unique personal history with addiction. Certain detox methods are also faster than others — for instance, rapid detox takes up to four days, while medication-assisted treatment involving methadone or buprenorphine for opioid addiction can last up to several months. Oregon detox centers will recommend the best detox method based on your addiction type.

Factors that affect the length of drug detox:

  • Lifespan of drug addiction
  • Dosages being used
  • Frequency of drug use
  • Age, weight, and nutrition
  • Co-occurring disorders

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Detox Centers in OR

Oregon offers detox in inpatient and outpatient settings to accommodate patients with varying lifestyles, treatment needs, and income levels. Residential inpatient centers allow patients to live on-site during detox so they can benefit from 24/7 medical care and lower the risk for complications. Inpatient care is ideal for those who need help establishing new daily routines, and who need safe, stable environments away from drugs and alcohol.

Outpatient detox centers offer daytime treatment so patients can live at home or at sober-living facilities while also managing family, work, and school. Outpatient care may involve prescription medications patients can use at home to gradually detox from drugs and alcohol, or require patients to visit the treatment facility daily to receive their medication. The latter helps prevent addiction patients from misusing prescription drugs, and requiring treatment for cross-addiction.

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