Treatment Options

There are several treatment options available to people with SUD or OUD. These include behavioral health, outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment, medical-assisted treatment (MAT), and even a combination of these options.

MAT is mostly used for treating OUD. Due to the body’s chemical dependence on opioids, MAT uses medications like buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone to ease the body off illicit opioids while mitigating the symptoms of withdrawal or disruption in bodily functions. When taken appropriately and with proper screening and assessment, MAT can be an effective tool in treating adolescents with substance use disorders.

Due to unique risk factors in this age group, it is critical that clients and families work closely with counselors and prescribers to develop a comprehensive, holistic treatment approach for teens struggling with substance use.


(Coos, Curry, & Douglas Counties)

Primary Care, Mental Health Care and Substance Use Treatment

Adapt Oregon 

Corporate office 

621 W Madrone St · (541) 672-2691 

Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Substance Use Treatment 

Roseburg Location: 2589 NW Edenbower Boulevard, (541) 672-8533 

Canyonville Location: 480 Wartahoo Lane, (541) 839-1345  

Direct Care, Prevention, Education 

HIV Alliance

647 West Luellen, Suite #3 

Roseburg, OR 97471 

Phone: (541) 342-5088 

Roseburg Outpatient Treatment 

Serenity Lane




988 is the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. 988 is available 24 hours in English and Spanish. Call, text, or chat 988, to be connected to trained counselors who will listen, understand, provide support, and connect you to resources if necessary. To chat 988 go to link here.


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) online mental health/substance use treatment services locator link here.

Or call SAMSHA’s free, confidential, 24/7, 365 day-a-year treatment referral and information service in English and Spanish for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Resources include referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Call 800-662-4357 

Or send your zip code via text message to 435748 

Fentanyl Facts and Resources link here.


If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, and just need someone to talk to that has been there, understands, and can relate. All operators have lived experience with SUD. CALL  1-800-943-0540

12 Step Recovery Program: Find Meetings, Resources & Support link here.


National Overdose Prevention Lifeline  

To reach the 24/7 Hotline call: 800-484-3731 

For Spanish call: 800-928-5330 

Link here.


Addiction Education, Overdose Advocacy, and Support link here.



Addiction Advocacy, Overdose Awareness, and Education link here.



Song For Charlie is a national family-run non-profit charity dedicated to raising awareness about fake pills made of fentanyl. Link here.



SAMHSA’s national substance use prevention campaign designed to help parents and caregivers, educators, and community members get informed, be prepared, and take action. Link here.

Talk They Hear You mobile app link here.