Recovery Village

Recovery Village Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment for Parents is which they are allowed to bring a child between the ages of 0-6 years old.

Mission Statement
Our Mission is to assist and empower individuals, on their journey of sobriety by providing a safe and supportive environment that treats all people with respect and dignity. Our goal is to change lives one at a time through modeling, educating and supporting individuals on their road to recovery.

Recovery Village Philosophy
Alcoholism and drug addiction is a disease that is progressive that affects all areas of a person’s life and often co-occurs with problems like depression, anxiety and trauma.  It can affect anyone, particularly children.  Recovery Village provides a special approach and is sensitive to the unique needs of individuals recovering from alcohol and drug dependency with their children.  Recovery Village stresses the changes in thinking and behavior that come from acceptance of personal responsibility for one’s own recovery.  Areas worked on include learning more about alcoholism and addiction, identifying how drinking and using has affected all aspects of life, finding ways to repair some of the damage, discovering ways to remain clean and sober to stop the cycle of addiction, and minimize the future effects it will have on children.

Services Offered:
Recovery Village has 4 CADC’s providing drug and alcohol groups daily from 9-4:00 each day. Residents will meet with their drug and alcohol counselor a minimum of once a week. Groups offered at Recovery Village include Relapse Prevention, Setting Boundaries, Thinking Barriers, Drug and Alcohol Education, Women in Recovery, Wellness, and Co-Dependency.
Mental health services are also provided on site with ability to offer psychiatric assessment and medication management, individual and family therapy as needed . Mental health groups offered include DBT, Seeking Safety, and Trauma groups.  
Recovery Village offers on-site day care during the treatment day from 8:30 – 4:00 PM. Parents will help in day care as an opportunity for skill building on a rotating basis. Children are referred to Early Intervention, WIC, Health Department in home nurse is available for health assessment and referrals. We also partner with Head Start and the Baker 5J school district for school aged children.

For referral information, please call (541) 406-4999 or email

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