ADAPT Oregon

ADAPT Oregon

ABOUT ADAPT OREGON — ROSEBURG

ADAPT Oregon provides a full range of mental health and substance abuse outpatient, residential, and social detox services in Douglas, Coos, and Josephine Counties. At the Roseburg location, ADAPT runs one of the 197 (88.3%) Oregon outpatient treatment programs for adults. Additionally, it is one of the only 115 (51.6%) treatment enters in the state to service individuals with co-occurring mental health disorders).

Medically monitored detoxification services are not offered on-site, however, ADAPT can provide “rapid access” to a detox facility when needed.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

All clients enrolled in this outpatient facility undergo a comprehensive drug and alcohol assessment to determine the appropriate level of care and a personalized treatment plan. Treatment options include an intensive outpatient (IOP) program, individual and group therapy, and case management services to meet clients’ housing, transportation, and childcare needs, a feature of only 25 (11.2%) Oregon treatment centers.

The Roseburg facility also offers a range of in-school and detention-based services for teens and their families, though details on these are limited.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The treatment team includes certified alcohol and drug counselors, mental health counselors, and a case manager. The facility also works with behavioral health consultants and addiction staff at the nearby Umpqua Regional Medical Clinic.

The three former clients and their loved ones polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave staff level of training and support two low ratings of two out of five stars, and one four-star rating.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

H.S., the single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com as of this writing, reported mixed findings. She gave four out of five-star ratings for the facility’s exercise and leisure activities, holistic offerings, and meals and nutrition, but only two stars for its staff support and cleanliness. Furthermore, though she indicated that she would reenter treatment, if needed, she also indicated that she would not recommend treatment at this facility for friends and family.

On Google, feedback was generally more positive and six users to date gave the facility a 4.7-star average.[1] The sole three-star reviewer wrote, “It’s what ever,” but the other five, five-star reviewers praised the staff and treatment. “The MAT program & Family there saved my life,” J.E. wrote, in a representative response.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

The pair of loved ones surveyed by Best-rehabs.com to date both had negative experiences with the facility. While giving credit for the “kind/caring staff,” one gave ADAPT just one out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, as they found the facility’s outpatient program “unable to successfully change a seriously addicted/mentally ill client’s behaviors.” This reviewer did give several high, four-star ratings, however, to family participation, counseling options, affordability, admissions and discharge procedures, and the facility’s effectiveness in treating co-occurring disorders.

The other anonymous reviewer mostly gave two-star ratings across more than a dozen evaluated metrics, including the facility’s cleanliness, holistic offerings, counseling options, affordability, and family participation. “This place is really horrible all around,” this loved one commented.

FINANCING

Per the facility’s webpage, ADAPT is a preferred provider with most insurance plans, including Cigna, LIfeWise, ODS, Pacific Source, and Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield. For the uninsured and others who qualify, sliding fee discounts may also be available. Its HealthGrove page additionally indicates that Medicaid, Medicare, and Access to Recovery (ATR) Vouchers (only usable at 20.2% of Oregon treatment centers) are all accepted.

[1] https://goo.gl/Yh4fHe

Reviews about ADAPT Oregon

  • Treatment Effectiveness
Outpatient treatment--many meeting times available, one on one counseling as well as groups available, kind/caring staff. Outpatient format unable to successfully change a seriously addicted/mentally ill client's behaviors. Could not afford in-patient rehab for loved one; this was best available option, but still paying for it a year later and treatment unsuccessful in addressing root causes of behavior.
  • Treatment Effectiveness
  • Accommodations & Amenities
  • Meals & Nutrition
  • this place is really horrible all around.
    • Accommodations & Amenities
    • Meals & Nutrition
    It was good.