Lifeways Recovery Center (LRC) is a thirty (30) bed residential addiction treatment facility located in Ontario, Oregon. Our treatment philosophy is based on the recognition of addiction as a progressive and debilitating condition that we believe can be overcome through treatment. We use motivational interviewing skills to support a strengths-based treatment model. The curriculum is built on evidence based practices that include Seeking Safety, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment (IDDT) and Living in Balance. Lifeways has professional mental health and certified alcohol and drug counselors that can provide help for those with substance use disorders, mental health diagnoses, or both.
Recover the Lifeways Recovery Center
Did you know that 40 million Americans ages 12 and older—or more than 1 in 7—abuse or are addicted to nicotine, alcohol or other drugs? Addiction is a complex disease which affects the functioning of the brain and body. It also causes serious damage to families, relationships, schools, workplaces and neighborhoods. However, addiction can be effectively treated and managed by healthcare professionals in combination with family or peer support.
This is where Lifeways plays an essential role in our communities. Currently, Lifeways provides effective addiction therapy services backed by an experienced team of professionals. The building that houses Lifeways Recovery Center (LRC) in Ontario has provided residential drug and alcohol treatment for hundreds of individuals in the Treasure Valley and Oregon since 1986. Now that house needs a recovery of its own. Lifeways, Inc., a private nonprofit behavioral health agency, is kicking off a capital campaign to “Recover the LRC”.
Will you help us Recover the Lifeways Recovery Center?
Your cash donation or in-kind contribution of materials, time, or talent will help to reconstruct broken facilities and broken lives. As a partner in ensuring the availability of the highest quality care, you would be helping fellow Oregonians and Idahoans to rebuild their lives as they recover from addiction and reach their true potential – improving life not only for the people receiving services, but for the larger community as a whole.