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ABOUT HAZELDEN BETTY FORD FOUNDATION – BEAVERTON
Located eight miles west of Portland, Ore., Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in Beaverton offers outpatient treatment services for individuals faced with chemical dependency and co-occurring mental health disorders. The Beaverton location also specializes in providing medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction and an integrative LGBTQ treatment program.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
To form an individualized treatment program, outpatients undergo an initial assessment of chemical, psychiatric, and social nature. This assessment helps clinicians develop a specifically-tailored plan of 12-step meetings, individual counseling and group therapy sessions, family therapy, and educational workshops. The outpatient program takes place five days a week and is typically completed in 24 sessions, based on client progress. Those in recovery from opioid addiction may also receive Suboxone or Naltrexone to alleviate their withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
Incorporating these core program components, the LGBTQ-integrative addiction treatment program addresses co-occurring mental health issues common to the LGBTQ community. Topics discussed may include internalizing homophobia and shame, trauma, depression, and anxiety. The Beaverton location also offers a specialized DUI Diversion program, which satisfies Oregon’s mandated treatment requirements for DUI offenders.
Finally, the Beaverton location offers Recovery Management services for program graduates. Counselor-led continuing care groups, monitoring and accountability services, web-based coaching services, and recovery-focused retreats are just some of the many services available to help alumni stay motivated in the early stages of recovery.
Hazelden of Beaverton employs master’s level addiction counselors, a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), case managers, and certified mental health professionals. The only staff that can administer Suboxone or Naltrexone are the outpatient facility’s board-certified physicians.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Feedback from family and friends is limited, though two loved ones praised the effectiveness of the program, celebrating the range of treatment and holistic options available as well as the center’s “professional,” “outstanding and understanding” staff. “I have been around many facilities and this one impressed me highly,” A.W., the friend of a former client told Best-rehabs.com.
Also awarding five stars for the program’s treatment effectiveness, the sibling of a former client praised the facility: “Hazelden Beaverton, if it had been around a few years ago, would have saved [my] brother’s life!”
WHAT STAFF SAY
Best-rehabs.com has yet to receive any reviews from this facility’s staff, however, the organization has an average rating of 3.5 out of five stars based on 52 reviews on Indeed. “Hazelden Betty Ford is wonderful,” a case manager at the Beaverton location wrote. “They are very interested in the well-being of their patients… They make excellent hiring decisions.”
Treatment costs vary depending on program. According to its website, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is in-network with most insurance providers, including Aetna, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, and Humana, and offers financial assistance for individuals who qualify.