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Planning continues for a new residential substance abuse treatment and recovery center in the mid-Willamette Valley.
Site work began this spring at the corner of Highways 34 and 20 in Lebanon, the future location of Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services (STAR).
When the 16-bed facility opens, it will be the first co-ed residential facility in the area. The two-story building will include program and individual therapy space, a kitchen and separate residential areas for men and women. Samaritan Treatment & Recovery is open to anyone with a substance addiction.
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