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Coronavirus Information

Samaritan has started to resume some elective surgeries, procedures and clinic visits, with patient health and safety as our highest priorities. Call your care provider to find out the best care options for you, which may include telehealth or in-person care. Face coverings are required in all of our facilities. 

It is very important that you call before coming in if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms. Patients may also do an E-Visit on Coronavirus Concerns. 


Welcome to Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services

Located in the Barbara & Larry Mullins Center in Lebanon, Oregon, Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services, believes there is hope for recovery and a better life. At Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services (STARS), we believe people get better in a healing environment fostered by dignity, compassion and respect.

Using a patient-centered approach to care, our clinic serves patients in need of a high level of care, as well as those in need of less intensive intervention. 

Visitor Information

Samaritan Treatment and Recovery Services 100 Mullins Drive, Suite C2 Lebanon, OR 97355
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Outpatient Services

We offer evidence-based, outpatient treatment services in support of co-occurring disorders such as mental health issues and substance abuse for adults over age 18.

  • Morning Groups: Designed for women, including those who are pregnant, parenting, or experiencing a life transition
  • Evening Intensive Outpatient: Created for those who work during the day
  • Substance Abuse Assessments
  • DUII Education and Intervention Groups
  • Medication-Assisted Recovery
  • Support and Referral for Mental Health Needs
  • Skill-Based Groups: Design for ongoing support and education

Philosophy of Treatment

Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services bases its philosophy of treatment on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAHSHA), 10 Guiding Principles of Recovery.

Recovery Emerges from Hope

Addiction can leave a feeling of hopelessness. The person with the addictive disorder, their families, friends, stakeholders and community can become overwhelmed with hopelessness and despair. Twelve step programs have recognized for decades that hope is a vital piece of a quality recovery program. The STARS team believes that people change as they heal, and we model this behavior in our interactions with patients, their families, friends, stakeholders and with each other.

Recovery Is Person-Driven

The days of telling an addicted person, “your best thinking got you here” are over. At STARS, we know that the addicted person is the expert in their own healing. Our job is to ensure that our patients, their families, stakeholders and the community have the most up-to-date, evidenced-based information to make informed choices. We use a strength-based approach and encourage patients to be actively involved in their service plan. 

Recovery Occurs Through Many Pathways

We know that our patients come to us from different walks of life and each person has a unique perspective on what brought them to treatment. Our team understands there is “no one way” or “right way” to enter recovery and what may work for one individual may not work for another. 

Recovery Is Holistic

Just as addiction impacts every area of a patient’s life and well-being, it’s important a recovery program addresses every aspect life. We understand the patient needs to be treated as a whole and that addiction treatment cannot occur in a vacuum. Being a hospital-based program, wellness is a primary focus of Samaritan Health Services and a part of our mission to enhance community health.

Recovery Is Supported by Peers and Allies

The addiction field started as a grass roots movement building on Narcotics Anonymous’ mission of “the therapeutic value of one addict helping another addict.” As the field has grown into a profession, the importance of peer support, allies and recovery mentors remain vital to a program. We recognize and provide peer support, as well as partner with others in the community who offer this service.

Recovery Is Supported Through Relationships and Social Networks

People with addictive disorders become isolated as do their families and loved ones. We encourage patients to find pro-social activities and people that foster resilience while minimizing risk factors. We use peer support to introduce people to new activities and groups. Our treatment focuses on healing relationships and relational skills.

Recovery Is Culturally Based and Influenced

People come from all walks of life, and we understand that culture is everything and it informs treatment. A patient’s values, traditions and belief systems will inform their treatment and pathway to recovery. 

Recovery Is Supported by Addressing Trauma

Our program recognizes that an understanding of the impact of trauma is vital to effective service delivery, and ensures that services and support systems are responsive to the vulnerabilities of trauma survivors. Our team practices a standard of universal precautions as we view our patients, their families, each other and our environment. 

Recovery Involves Individual, Family and Community Strengths and Responsibility

We believe family and affected others are an integral part of a patient’s recovery process. Our team encourages the involvement of family, allies and all stakeholders in our patient’s substance abuse treatment and recovery process. We are committed to assisting in the healing process of the patient, their family and our community.  

Recovery Is Based on Respect

Whether this is your first or tenth time in treatment, taking the steps to get into recovery takes courage. Our team knows this and has the ultimate respect for those we treat and their families. We model this in our attitudes, behavior and language with patients, each other and the community
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