Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center, is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment rehab in Medford, Oregon. Focusing on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, the addiction counselors at Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center aim to do everything in their power to make their patients feel comfortable in their newfound surroundings and provide them with the most effective treatment possible.
Treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction, is paramount when being treated at a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in Medford, Oregon. This, amongst other reasons, is why Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center offers certain treatment approaches that have been proven to work. These treatment approaches may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment options are available to Adults and Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center accepts specific insurances, such as: Most Insurances.
It's important to strive in helping those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. Despite the severity of an addict's addiction, recovery is possible. With the proper treatment plan in place, addiction treatment patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. Get in touch with Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center by visiting their website at www.medfordctc.com/location/ to get started.
Don't get me wrong it's a love hate for sure.. but it saved my life.
Allied, the therapy, and the medication saved my life. I am 55, and believed that I would never be clean. and now, I have the most clean time I have had since age 13. I am a college student -finishing up an Associates Program, and beginning a Bachelors. It took me a little bit to finally give up all mood altering drugs, including marijuana, but the counselors at Allied understand that, and don't slam the door if it takes some time to achieve total abstinence. Unless you have been trapped in the hell of an opiate addiction, it's extremely hard to understand the desperation an addict has to "stay well". It's so painful-physically-sufferers will do just about anything to keep the withdrawals away. Unfortunately, our families, our employers, our communities are forced to deal with the negative consequences of our addiction. And those consequences can be horrific. This is my 5th attempt at sobriety, and I am finally clean-because I choose to be, not because I am court ordered. I am reconnected with my family. I am not on probation or parole. I am not in an unhealthy relationship. I am a productive member of my community. I am giving back what was so freely given to me. For once in my life, I am free. If you take their suggestions and follow their instructions, you have a great chance of long term recovery. If I can do it, anyone can. It just takes a lot of work. You can recover, if suffering, and you've tried everything else, give harm reduction a try. It works. It really works.
Nurses are awesome, the councilors do the best they can , most of them do a good job but pretty soon I feel like they get tired of the higher up's always yelling at them for things, even though they are way over worked, the assistant director has treated me and multiple others like they were below her and wouldn't give me the time of day when I asked a question she dismissed me and treated me like scum, and an annoyance!! Acting like she is better. I believe that the higher up staff is all about money, they are not always about helping there paitients and will hold your dose over your head like your a dog, other than the rediculous actions of the directors, this place saved me because I got lucky and got good counselors that truly cared.
This place is alright for managing your addiction, but not for actual treatment. They're more interested in keeping you on their medicine than getting you healthy and clean. If you want to get completely sober you need to seek counseling elsewhere, or come here and get secondary counseling.
They helped me when I felt like I had no other options. Now I have been diagnosed with chronic pain in my knees, three years later and I can't get any relief for it any where I am forever labeled. Doctors everywhere are subject to what ever Dr. Jim Shames of the methadone clinic tells them and he will not allow any doctor to give pain medicine to any one who has been a patient at the clinic. I do not feel that this is fair. Many people develop pain in their life with injuries and just deteriorating joints from working or aging. And because of past or present affiliation with a Methadone Clinic, you are not allowed the same help and relief as other people with the very same pain issues. Now it is a year later and the clinic has changed since the one in Grants Pass opened up and took some of the case load from our clinic. Now you can get in and out with enough time to get to work on time; no more do we have to choose between our recovery and our jobs.
The clinic really is what you make it. If you go in with a negative attitude and blame everyone for your mistakes.. yes it's going to be hell.. of your own making. If you're truly ready for change and make the most of it, follow the rules, don't argue with staff and stay respectful, your life will change for the better and you will find peace. Personally I find the staff genuinely caring and honest, however nobody is perfect and when dealing with so many patients six days a week mistakes are inevitable. All we can do in our position is bite the bullet and admit fault.. even when the fault is not our own sometimes. If you can follow the rules, do the groups on time, mind your own business and stay out of trouble.. gradually your life will change for the better here.
Once the NEW building was located...not at the addres shown for Main St., the program is good. Now the clinic is Locate on Murphy Dr...don't bother with 837 Main st. The counselors have their hands full, so be patient.