Astoria Pointe Amenities

The gorgeous coastal Pacific Northwest is Astoria Pointe's standout amenity.

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A Peaceful Place for Recovery

Astoria Pointe is located in quaint, historic Astoria, Oregon just off the Pacific Ocean at the mouth of the Columbia River. This facility is set atop a hill with views of the river and Astoria Bridge, providing a peaceful environment for escaping the chaos of addiction. The serenity and beauty of these surroundings is ideal for healing body, mind and spirit.

Comfortable Accommodations

Our facility only has 40 beds available to guarantee intimate, personalized care from our addiction treatment staff. Rooms at Astoria Pointe are shared by patients, and genders are kept separate to ensure privacy. Men and women each have their own space for relaxation to form strong bonds with their peers as a support system to lean on through recovery.

The Great Outdoors

Astoria Pointe’s location enables our patients to participate in many opportunities for complementary adventure therapies, such as group outings to the coastal beaches or hikes to waterfalls hidden within the beautiful landscape surrounding us. Reconnecting with nature in treatment helps people reconnect with themselves and find inner peace as they continue their course of care at the facility.

Outpatient Programming and Community Housing

We don't just offer residential treatment—Astoria Pointe has a full continuum of care for people receiving addiction treatment, from medical detox to an outpatient program with community housing. Patients often find that going from Astoria Pointe's residential program to our outpatient program is helpful since they already know the area and some of the staff.

Astoria Pointe recommends all patients step down from a 30-day residential treatment program, which is more intensive, to an outpatient program that meets either for a full day five times a week or for a few hours three to five times a week. This will allow patients to search for work, begin healthy routines and adjust to life in recovery with more support and supervision from professionals.