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Support Local Treatment & Recovery Services

Addiction in our country and in the state of Oregon is a national health crisis. Not only is there a high financial cost, but there is an even higher human cost, as hundreds of thousands of Oregonians struggle with addiction. It isn’t “somebody else’s problem.” Two out of three Oregonians are either addicted or have an addicted person in their lives. Oregon ranks sixth in the nation for addiction and Linn County ranks seventh in Oregon for addiction. It has become apparent that the need in Oregon is greater than the services available. Addiction counselors are greatly overloaded and there is currently no residential treatment center in Benton or Linn counties available to adult men and women.

To help serve this need, Samaritan Foundations is raising $4 million to build a new alcohol and drug treatment facility, and we need your support! With your investment, Samaritan Health Services will expand local services by providing both inpatient and outpatient treatment services at the facility. Located in Lebanon, the $4 million 16-bed philanthropic project will serve residents of Oregon through the state’s addiction services program. The center will be the only one located in Benton or Linn counties, and will be conveniently situated for quick access to Lebanon Community hospital. Please join us in making a way for healing for our fellow Oregonians working to overcome addiction.

Help us Reach Our Goal!

The campaign for Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services has raised $348,689 of the $4 million goal as of May 2018!
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Invest in Recovery Services

The Samaritan Foundations team is excited to work with you to help you invest in this project.

Naming opportunities have been established, giving you the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy to the treatment of addiction. 

Please contact Samaritan Foundations at 1-844-768-4256 to learn more and make a contribution.