ABOUT CIRCLE OF TRUST HEALING CENTER
Circle of Trust Healing Center, set in Ashland, Oregon, provides detoxification and residential care for those recovering from substance abuse and trauma.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Circle of Trust Healing Center combines 12-Step programming with SMART Recovery and holistic approaches. Individualized treatment is developed through collaboration between clients and advocates. The center offers a 30, 60, or 90-day holistic detoxification program.
Clients will participate in holistic therapies like acupuncture, equine therapy, massage, yoga, creative expression therapies, and nutritional therapy. Trauma assessment and trauma-related therapies is available.
Clients will participate in educational training in relapse prevention and drug, nutritional, and healthy lifestyle education.
Before leaving treatment, clients will present “readiness to leave treatment” plans to staff and other clients. They will have an assigned buddy and mentor to connect with for aftercare planning. Weekly aftercare phone calls are offered.
Circle of Trust Healing Center’s director and founder is a certified therapist with 30 years of experience in holistic somatic-oriented counseling and eight years of experience in the psychology of religions.
The center employs four master’s level counselors with experience in addiction. A gourmet chef prepares meals and accommodates dietary restrictions.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Set on a private 140-acre ranch overlooking the Rogue Valley mountain range, Circle of Trust Healing Center is a rustic building with vaulted ceilings, stained glass, and a skylight.
A two-story glass conservatory features calming water fountains, plants, and a banana tree. Residents can meander the nearby 200-foot Lavender Labyrinth with more than 10,000 lavender plants. Clients can take advantage of hiking and walking trails, a fitness area, and hyperbaric oxygen chamber. A 5,000-square foot barn with stables for equine therapy rests on the campus.
Separate bedrooms are available for residents at the center, which is heated with geothermal, solar, and wind energy.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Four clients providing feedback for Circle of Trust Healing Center gave mostly positive feedback.
“The level of treatment is 5 star all the way. Compassionate doctors and staff who tend to every need,” wrote alum Barbara. “Very Highly recommend this rehab.” Reviewer T.A. called the center “beautiful, calm” with a “nurturing atmosphere.” James, another alum added: “I am a man of high standards. I would choose Circle of trust over again. You will not be disappointed.”
One alum, N.D.R., reported dissatisfaction with services available. “They only offer 1/4 of what they say from their website,” the reviewer wrote. “Very unprofessional when dealing with clients.”
WHAT STAFF SAY
Three staff members surveyed by Rehabs.com raved about Circle of Trust Healing Center’s unique offerings, along with awarding perfect five-star ratings for the center’s treatment effectiveness, accommodations, and meals.
“The strengths of the Circle of Trust Healing Center are endless. They take a personalized approach to each client, spending the time to [assess] the needs of individual clients,” wrote staff member N.B. in a representative review. “Their holistic approach goes above and beyond...The warm environment created by the staff offers a true place of healing and recovery.”
Additionally, reviewer A.J. called the center “ideal for people in recovery to take seriously the steps to health which require self-introspection, quiet, and dedication.” J.B. called staff “highly skilled” with “unmatched” staff-to-client ratios.
No information regarding specific costs is available on the facility’s website, but most insurance plans are accepted.
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