Letty Owings Center
2545 Northeast Flanders Street
Portland, OR 97232
About This Rehab
When addicted mothers and pregnant women need help, their recovery is more complex – babies, toddlers and the unborn must also be protected and cared for. Women need a safe place to live and recover with their children.
At Letty Owings, mothers are treated for drug addiction and alcoholism. They also begin learning essential life skills such as budgeting, meal planning and cooking, communication and most importantly, parenting – things as simple as how often a child needs to eat, sleep and bathe. Surrounded by role models and others who are succeeding in their recovery, the women see what life can be. The Letty Owings Center helps give them the tools they need to get there.
The women become part of a larger community when they attend recovery support groups. Their children also become part of the larger community when they attend pre- school programs with youngsters from a wide range of income levels and family backgrounds.
Individual and family counseling helps mothers and children learn to problem solve and communicate, laying the foundation for independent living. Women gain a feeling of accomplishment, giving them the confidence they need to begin rebuilding their lives, and their families.
At Letty Owings young mothers become clean, sober and hopeful – able to reconnect with their children who might otherwise be placed in foster care.
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