Willamette Family, Inc - Women's Residential

Oregon (OR) > Rehab Centers in Eugene, OR
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3.2
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687 Cheshire Avenue
Eugene, Oregon 97402

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Meet The Staff

Susie Dey, MSW, QMHP
Executive Director

Susie Dey is the new Executive Director of Willamette Family, Inc. She was the Director of Women's Residential & Behavioral Health Services and also was the Child Welfare branch manager for Lane County for 21 years, in addition to many years of direct casework and supervisory experience in both Oregon and California. She has been with Willamette Family since 2005 where she draws upon her child welfare and community experience to integrate the needs of children and families with addictions treatment services. Susie managed and supervised Children and Family Programs, and co-directed mental health services. She has an MSW from Arizona State University as well as a BA from California State University at Fullerton. Susie is part of several community initiatives, including United Way of Lane County’s Success by Six Leadership Team and the University of Oregon’s F.E.A.T. project.

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Mark Appelbaum
Director of Finance

Mark Appelbaum joined the agency in March 2013 as Director of Finance. He oversees the agency’s fiscal responsibilities, H.R. department and I.T. operations. He had prior not for profit human services work experience as CFO for Alvord-Taylor, Inc. After moving with his family to Eugene in 1999, he served as Controller for States Industries, Inc. and Oregon Rubber Co. before entering the human services field. He has a Master in Accounting from Clarkson University and a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Minnesota. He is married with three children and is a running enthusiast.

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Anonymous
3.0
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Strengths:Available on state insurance. Weakness:It's like a revolving door for addicts. There is no counseling for mental issues. The return rate is very high. The information is that most addicts return to rehab on an average of 7 times.
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Robin
2.0
It was available, when I needed treatment Used my past against me,things I disclosed in group. All addicts need to be treated differently.Getting to the root of your addiction,takes a great team.
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Anna
3.0
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Sisterhood. Unity. Narrow curriculum. Only skimming the surface of individual issues. It was pretty generic. All the way down to the food and the extra curricular activities.
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Inez
4.7
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Supportive environment resourceful Need more activities to keep in.shape Great people in a.great.city.needs.more.structure
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Anonymous
No Rating
They work with people of all types: young, old, male, female, light, dark, little and big. My counselor was great.
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Anonymous
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Willamette Family Women Recovery Center is the best in Oregon. I think it's full of wonderful people, but not the place to get treatment. I would recommend the facility.
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Anonymous
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This facility allows pregnant women and women with children to live in the facility while being treated. Children's issues are addressed through onsite therapy and parenting support. It is a familiar and successful facility with great success rates of graduates.
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Lori
3.3
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It could of been better, but it was what I needed. I think it is wonderful how much they work with pregnant women and women with children. They allow you to have your child with you in inpatient and that help a tremendous amount for those who really want to get clean.
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