Recovery Ranch is a structured sober living for men. Founded on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the principles of John Wooden, our main purpose is change. At the Ranch, we live as gentlemen and practice contrary action. We understand that focusing on becoming the best we are capable of becoming, and leading with selflessness and recovery, are fundamental to having a beautiful life free from addiction. This foundation for success is achieved through constant accountability. We are loving and compassionate, and we are brutally honest. We work hard, play hard, and show up for our lives today.
The founders of the Asheville Recovery Program have experienced addiction and alcoholism themselves, and today they are grateful to live a life of recovery and to be able to give back to the community. Our facility was founded on the principle that everyone who suffers from addiction has the right and the ability to achieve long-term recovery if they are given the tools necessary.That’s why treatment at Asheville utilizes evidence-based therapeutic methods alongside elements of twelve-step fellowships, such as accountability, tough love, and fellowship.We have taken what gave us the freedom from addiction we so desperately sought at the beginning of our journeys and molded it into a program that truly works. Everything we do comes from a deep passion for helping others who suffer from addiction- we truly care about each of our patients as a part of our family in recovery. At Asheville, you have a safe place to heal and staff members who will walk alongside you at every step of your journey.
There are numerous options available for citizens of Oregon who want to help themselves or their loved ones stop abusing drugs. Located all over the Beaver State are a number of Oregon drug rehabilitation facilities, as well as Oregon alcohol rehabilitation centers. They can choose from addiction rehabs in Portland, OR, or if they live in or near the state capital, Salem drug facilities are there offering services from detoxification to counseling.
Currently we have 143 alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Oregon that you should review.
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