"Detoxification" is medical care to prevent severe withdrawal symptoms when an alcoholic stops drinking.

"Inpatient" means that the alcoholic receives medical care in a hospital-like setting.

"Outpatient" means that the alcoholic is treated at a center but does not live there during treatment.

"Residential" means that the alcoholic lives in a group home or dormitory-like setting while going through the treatment program.

Most alcohol treatment centers accept private health insurance, military insurance, Medicare or Medicaid; but some may accept only self-payment. Many have fees on a sliding scale based on income.

Alcohol treatment programs in and around Grant County

• Grant County Center for Human Development

166 SW Brent Street

John Day, OR 97845

(541) 575-1466

Outpatient substance abuse treatment. Programs for adolescents, women and DUI/DWI offenders.

• Harney Behavioral Health

53 West Washington Street

Burns, OR 97720

(541) 573-7632

Outpatient substance abuse treatment. Programs for adolescents, women, people with mental illness and DUI/DWI offenders.

• Burns Paiute Indian Alcohol Program

Wada Tika Health Center

HC-71 100 Pasigo Street

Burns, OR 97720

(541) 573-7312 x229

Outpatient substance abuse treatment. Programs for adolescents, seniors. Non-tribal members welcome.

• New Directions Northwest, Inc. - Manages Baker House, Elkhorn Adolescent Treatment Center, Blue Mountain Addition Program and Recovery Village. Main number: (541) 523-7400.

• Baker House

2330 5th Street

Baker City, OR 97814

(541) 523-6581

Residential detoxification and substance abuse treatment for adults.

• Elkhorn Adolescent Treatment Center

3700 Midway Dr.

Baker City, OR 97814

(541) 523-8320

Residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescents.

• Blue Mountain Addiction Program

2610 Grove Street

Baker City, OR 97814

(541) 523-8364

Outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescents and adults.

• Recovery Village

1840 Resort Street

Baker City, OR 97814

(541) 523-4049

Substance abuse treatment for women with children.

• Alcoholics Anonymous - Grant County meetings

(541) 932-4844

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