Ben entered recovery in 1998 after relapsing for several years. Not wanting to continue in the construction trades, he went to school and earned his Master’s of Science. Ben has a passion for recovery and institutes recovery principles in all his affairs, including Oregon Trail Recovery. Ben has worked in methadone, residential, outpatient, and was Director of Chemical Dependency at a 78 bed psychiatric hospital where he oversaw a 22 bed unit. Ben has been conducting interventions the last ten years and is passionate about helping people get and stay clean and sober.
Oregon Trail Recovery
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Helping individuals apply what they have learned in a residential facility to everyday life and striving everyday to be their last treatment experience.
Oregon Trail Recovery Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
Great supportive staff in a comfortable setting. A good setting to pull myself back together,
This place is going to be shut down. Unfortunate for all of the addicts that are seeking help- pretty unfortunate that they are given an example like this.
A place that will treat your loved one only if they are close to being perfect human beings already - but the moment they act out or exhibit their behavioral issues (which is of course why they turned...
Interesting...their website clearly says, "The center is one of Oregon’s 136 facilities that accept state insurance options like PacificSource Health Plans", which works with OHP. I called about a b...
This a very educational program. I fell I have the resources I need to stay sober now that I have graduated. It was a home like setting. Very comfortable. Staff was great. Would recommend to anyone
My mother was treated very well. Loving and helpful staff. Lacks some tools that would be helpful.
I have been working at OTR now for a month. I can tell you straight up that the people that work here are the salt of the earth...the owners are so dedicated to their clients, they personally meet wit...
I was doing some research on trying to find a good detox center for a loved one, but after reading the responses from the staff at OTR to the client complaints I'll keep on looking. They're not only r...
They submitted charges and we're paid by the insurance company for three dates for treatment for my daughter for dates AFTER the date she died. Then when the insurance company sent them THREE requests...
Oregon Trail Recovery was by far the best treatment experience that I've had. I've been through previous treatment facilities in the past and am familiar with rehab programs. Before coming in here I w...
got what i needed out of this program. great bunch of guys. and the satff was great too.
OTR has been a wonderful asset in my recovery process. I have learned how to utilize tools and situational awareness to help with problematic situations that may arise in my future. It has been a grea...
Oregon Trail Recovery is a team of dedicated professionals that work in the Drug and Alcohol treatment field. I am writing this review from my experience being a client here, not once but twice. The s...
The staff are attentive and supportive of client growth -- I felt emotionally, physically, and spiritually safe throughout my treatment which allowed me to do the intrapersonal work necessary for my r...
The staff at Oregon Trail Recovery were able to be there every step of the way for me, and at the same time, were able to give me the courage to transition into a wondrous new way of life that I never...
This place was not bad at all. Food provided, nice house managers , and as much as people complain about staff, their job is to protect everyone from harm. I was kicked out of O.T.R for violent behavi...
Oregon Trail Recovery literally saved my son's life!!!!! The incredible staff were able to reach him when other places had failed. The care and respect they gave my son, I am sure, helped him to pull ...
Multiple rehabs, multiple jail trips, multiple angry outbursts and lies and hateful things said. I thought my kids weren't going to be able to have a relationship with their uncle, my older brother, b...
OTR is a great program that I can honestly say has aided me in staying sober. The longest I have ever had before this programs was 80 days. I now have over six months sober. OTR allows one to transiti...
I want to thank OTR so much. Having my brother leave our hometown and travel to the west coast was extremely hard not only on myself but our family. He is my best friend and I would never want to see ...
Take patients to 12 step meetings. I did not like the... staff, medical director unqualified. Very discriminatory practices towards female patients No one I know in the recovery community would recomm...
My daughter was there 3 months and did very well. When the counselor from the in patient facility called along with me and my daughter we were told with our insurance that we would only owe the initi...
I work for OTR and was the second client I am over three years sober because of this treatment center. I never thought I could get sober and I choose to work here because we do the right things for th...
As a graduate of this program I was addicted to Heroin, crack and Alcohol for over 10 years. If you are serious about finding how to do recovery in a safe environment this is a great place. They are z...
This place is awful. The women are treated completely different from the men.
No. Just no. I had to leave, along with many fellow clients. The people who run this place are power hungry, greedy, and micromanaging. It is not a good place to get clean. I was extremely unhappy wit...
- Client & Family Support Groups
Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.
- Equine Therapy
A form of animal therapy, equine therapy involves visiting, working with and sometimes riding horses as a way to create a metaphoric relationship that leads to life-altering insights.
Benjamin Randolph, MS, CADC III, CIP, CTT, CAI - CEO
Jennifer Randolph - CAI, CIP, CTT, BR II, CADC I. – Chief Operating Officer
Jennifer’s addiction to drugs and alcohol started in high school. Without her personal experience with addiction, she would not be where she is today with over 15 years sober. As the COO of Oregon Trail Recovery, Jennifer and her husband Ben turned their dream of helping others get sober into a reality. Jennifer not only brings personal experience with addiction to the table, but she has worked very hard to achieve many nationally recognized certifications. Jennifer is a Certified ARISE Interventionist (CAI), Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), Board Registered Interventionist (BRI II), Certified Trauma Professional (CTP) and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC I). Her scope of practice is useful in all stages of recovery, helping those she works with get sober and STAY sober.
This Center is Known For...
- Beautiful, Pacific Northwest
- Bridging the Gap Between Treatment and Everyday Life
- No Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- No Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- Yes Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- Yes Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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