Acadia: Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center Reviews, Cost, Complaints

Acadia: Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center


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Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center is located in Salem, Oregon, the state’s capital and home to Willamette University, Corbin University and Chemeka Community College. Since 2013, Willamette CTC has provided the community with outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addicts. It currently offers treatment plans using methadone, Subutex, Suboxone and Vivitrol. Willmette CTC also requires clients to attend group and individual therapy while in treatment.

Willamette Valley CTC is a member of the Acadia treatment network, an international network of mental and behavioral health facilities with a large number of outpatient and residential facilities throughout the United States and United Kingdom.

Treatment and Staff

After clients are assessed, they and the treatment team decide which course of MAT they’re best-suited for: methadone or Subutex or Suboxone. During their first 90 days of treatment, clients must attend group therapy twice a week and individual therapy weekly. After 90 days of successful treatment, they may reduce therapy frequency and apply for take-home doses of their medication.

Therapy uses CBT, the Matrix Model and Seeking Safety. Groups address grief, communication, anxiety, relationships, relapse prevention and health and wellness. There are gender-specific groups available for both men and women and groups tailored to LGBTQ clients, baby boomers and those whose work schedules make it challenging to attend regularly scheduled groups.

Willamette CTC’s treatment team is made up of physicians, nurses and CADCs. Counselors address co-occurring disorders in individual and group therapy but refer clients in need of comprehensive dual diagnosis support to nearby mental health clinics. Willamette CTC encourages clients to attend peer support meetings (such as NA) and hosts a weekly 12-step meeting each Friday.

Willamette CTC hopes that all clients will eventually not need MAT, and it works with them to create a treatment plan that culminates in tapering. However, clients are not pressured to taper on any set time-line.


Willamette CTC provides a parenting skills class and a family group. It also can arrange Vivitrol treatment to clients transitioning from an inpatient program. Additionally, referrals are available for those requiring more intensive treatment as well as financial, housing or employment services.

In Summary

Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center offers residents of Salem, Oregon four courses of MAT. By providing a wide array of processing groups tailored to specific clientele in addition to family and parenting groups, Willamette CTC ensures that clients from all backgrounds can access effective emotional support and recovery education.

Acadia: Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Outpatient Center Location

Acadia: Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center
3871 Fairview Industrial Dr SE, Ste 150
Salem, OR 97301

Acadia: Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center Outpatient Cost

Accepts Insurance. Self-pay $360-$720 (30 days). Reach Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center by phone at (503) 391-9762. Find Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center on Facebook

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  1. Do you do in treatment or residential care with health share insurance?The situation with my Granddaughter has gotten just abot physical and if we call 911 they just process her and let her go to the streets.I think she wants help,but doesn`t want to go thru the process.

  2. I want info on how to get complaints in for willamette rehab treatment center.I want the head,director or supervisor.People could die before they get help and probably do.I have been a 55yr.medical person and this organization for drug treatment is awful.We are in this situation personnally,and have been for a long while.If a death occurs over this,you will see court.I am very,very fed up,and I am the older grandmother.

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