Mission and History
OnTrack Rogue Valley's mission is to empower individuals and families to overcome addiction, poverty and social stigma through integrative counseling, education, skills training and stable housing that sustain recovery.
We envision that all residents in the Rogue Valley have access to quality comprehensive addiction and related behavioral health services that support recovery.
OnTrack Rogue Valley was founded by Dr. Rita Sullivan. For over 40 years, OnTrack has provided individual and family-centered treatment designed to transform families into healthy, functioning entities that can raise children, reach economic goals and protect their well-being to reduce the intergenerational transmission of abuse and poverty. Services are offered on a sliding-fee scale and most major insurance plans, including Oregon Health Plan, are accepted. No one is refused services based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation or status as a person with a disability.
OnTrack Rogue Valley offers evidence-based, trauma-informed and family-centric treatment and support services for youth, adults and families. Services include residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment for pregnant/parenting women with their children, fathers with their children, and single adults. Outpatient services include DUII counseling. Other programs include Little Trackers, an award-winning children’s day care facility; Breaking Free, for treatment and support of women who have been victims, survivors or aggressors in their intimate relationships; and Family Connections, offering supervised family visitation and neutral exchange. Mental health counseling, teen counseling and suboxone treatment counseling are also available.
OnTrack Rogue Valley also provides transitional, low-income and second-chance housing opportunities, and believes this is a vital part of the recovery process.