A Better Today Recovery Services
1122 NE 122nd Ave. a102
Portland, OR 97230
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Intensive Oupatient Program
Mental Health Program
About This Rehab
A Better Today Recovery Service’s Portland facility offers the best outpatient care possible. If you are ready to take steps toward giving up drugs and alcohol, our outpatient programs can fortify your confidence in your journey in recovery. Our Portland center also serves a great way to complete court-ordered substance abuse counseling hours. Often, people who receive a DUI or DWI, need to complete a set number of hours for counseling.
Our trained staff works with people through group therapy sessions. Group therapy is a great way to connect with other people who are going through similar situations. People who are not in recovery might not understand how hard it is for you to reject using drugs and alcohol, but speaking within a group of people who do understand can help you realize that sobriety is possible and you are not the only one who struggles with an addiction. Call today to speak with a substance abuse treatment specialist who can give you more information about our Portland facility.
Outpatient programs can be great follow-up programs to an already completed inpatient program. If you have already graduated from an inpatient rehab facility, call to speak with someone who can give you more information on our Portland center or other outpatient rehab services offered through ABTRS.
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