Programs at OnTrack Rogue Valley
Substance Abuse and Addiction
Offering counseling and treatment for self-referred clients, court referrals and probation clients in Jackson and Josephine Counties. All material is client-centered, evidence-based, trauma-informed best practice curriculum.
DUII (Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants)
A Level One outpatient education program. If client assessment determines that a higher level of care is necessary, above the requirement of the courts, the client will be referred to additional programs within OnTrack. All material is comprehensive, evidence-based, best practice curriculum from The Change Companies.
DAAP (Domestic Abuse Alternatives Program)
Serving men and women who have been convicted of a domestic violence act against a family member. Clients are referred by the courts, a probation/parole officer or Dept. of Health Services (DHS). This program has been identified by Oregon Administrative Rules as a Batterer Intervention Program.
MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) Counseling
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of FDA-approved medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a "whole-patient" approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. OnTrack Rogue Valley partners with physicians who prescribe opioid support medications to offer counseling that helps individuals stabilize their recovery goals and their lives. Please contact Sheila Harrington at (541) 200-2376 for more information.
If you've had problems in the past with your expression of anger and it is affecting you or your relationships, or if you have been given a condition from the courts to complete a program like this, we can help. This program allows you to explore the role anger plays in your life and provides strategies for managing and changing the way you experience and express your anger. The program meets in a group format. It is open to everyone, but especially those who have received legal charges for aggressive behavior. The group meets once a week for ninety minutes. Call Steve Calame at (541) 200-2385 for more information.
Intended for adolescents who are using chemicals or are chemically dependent. By treating their addiction early, it is possible adolescents will have reduced issues and reduced impact on their mental, social and physical health. The program provides safe, emotional support and education about addiction, encouraging the adolescents in the creation of treatment planning, thereby increasing the opportunity of positive life choices for success. Call (541) 200-2426 for more information.
A 30-week curriculum offered for the treatment and support of women who have been victims, survivors or aggressors in their intimate relationships. Designed to support participants as they become stronger and more confident. This is accomplished by learning to regulate emotional responses and manage behaviors as self-awareness develops. Call Leslie Kendall at (541) 200-2375 for more information.
LGBTQ+ Addiction Group
Offers the opportunity for members of the LGBTQ+ community, and their allies, to receive counseling for addiction or any kind of substance abuse issues. Participants must be 18 years of age or older.
A supervised visitation center for children and non-custodial parents. In partnership with Child Welfare, Jackson County Circuit Courts, CASA and the Family Nurturing Center, OnTrack offers comprehensive services to expedite reunification of families where children have had to be removed temporarily because of safety threats caused by, or contributed to by, parental substance abuse. Call (541) 200-2446 for more information.
Little Trackers Children's Day Care
Little Trackers is the only child care center in Jackson County that serves families and children who are participating in addiction recovery. This program is state-licensed and certified, and teaches children using a trauma-based care approach. Oregon's QRIS (Quality Rating and Improvement System) recently awarded Little Trackers five stars, making it the only child care center in Medford with that rating. Teachers are also trained to work with children who have developmental disabilities and/or cognitive delays. Call (541) 973-2235 for more information.
Alan Collins AIDS Project (HIV Prevention)
Offering HIV prevention education to the community and residential options for low-income clients living with HIV.
The HOME Program (Mom's)
State-licensed, residential substance abuse program serving mothers and their children with a 29-bed capacity. Through intensive residential treatment for mothers and their children, this program gives pregnant and parenting women a chance to rebuild their lives and become capable, caring parents. The first goal is to ensure that women deliver drug-free babies. For this reason, residential treatment, including individual counseling and group therapy, often begins during pregnancy.
The Dad's Program
State-licensed, residential substance abuse program serving custodial fathers and their children (Pre-K and under) with a 10-bed capacity. Through intensive residential treatment for fathers and their children, this service gives men a chance to rebuild their lives and become capable, caring parents. Residential treatment includes individual counseling and group therapy.
Grants Pass Residential Facility
Providing a safe, supportive, substance-free living environment during early recovery while helping addicts to become responsible, effective parents, partners and family members. This co-gender facility is licensed to accommodate up to 10 individuals, and is an integral part of our network of services offered in Josephine County.
Offering housing opportunities for low-income individuals and families who are experiencing barriers that prevent them from renting a residence on their own. Clients do not need to be enrolled in OnTrack programs to benefit from Second Chance, though they must complete relevant services as required by courts, such as drug & alcohol treatment, mental health programs, parole & probation, and debt correction. They must also remain clean and sober and maintain connections to the recovery community as indicated. Call (541) 608-7607 for more information.