A Premier Inpatient Mental Health Facility in Southern Oregon Offering Residential Treatment

Our inpatient mental health facility in Klamath Falls, Oregon offers residential treatment perfect for teens and young adults struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues. Our treatment center’s 30-acre ranch in the breathtaking area of Southern Oregon provides a peaceful, serene setting for your family member to reflect and grow. This location features outdoor therapeutic activities, yoga, a massive greenhouse and barn, horticultural teaching, and more.

For youth of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions struggling with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, suicidal ideation, and other mental health issues, the earlier they’re diagnosed, the more effective inpatient treatment can be. Identifying those behaviors and symptoms early and getting help, including specialized treatment, can prevent further and more severe problems from developing later.

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Tour Our Oregon Treatment Center

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Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment

Our therapists believe that substance abuse and addiction co-occur alongside many mental health struggles. With that in mind, our residential treatment center helps youth understand how to navigate difficult drug and alcohol issues while also overcoming mental illnesses.

Conditions We Treat

Inpatient Treatment and Therapies Offered

Our facility's mental health services are highly recognized. Specialized inpatient treatments and areas of focus at our Southern Oregon location include:

Insurance Reimbursement

Residential treatment at our facility is frequently reimbursed by insurance plans. To determine if your insurance plan will cover the cost of inpatient care, contact our team or fill out our insurance verification form. We’ll work with your insurance company for free to help you understand your benefits. Let us help you demystify insurance coverage for residential treatment centers.

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We Serve Families Across the Country

Our treatment center offers coed residential care and support for teens and young adults who may be struggling with behavioral health issues. Located a short drive from Klamath Falls and Medford, Oregon, our inpatient facility is proud to offer clients and families in Oregon and around the country customized mental health treatment from clinicians who use evidence-based methods.

Youth receive help for mental health issues like anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and more in a healing, nurturing environment.

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A Day at Our Oregon Program

Our treatment center offers a structured, supportive environment designed to promote healing, self-care, and emotional wellness. The schedule for clients at our Oregon facility includes mental health and daily living activities, individual and group therapy, exercise, and meals. This approach, in combination with family therapy, is designed to build confidence, strengthen relationships, and improve social-emotional functioning.

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Wake Up

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9:30 a.m.
Group Therapy

12:30 p.m.

1:30 p.m.
Farm Time

3 p.m.

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6 p.m.

8 p.m.
Evening Routine

9:30 p.m.

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Therapeutic Activities at Oregon Treatment Center

In addition to traditional therapy methods, our inpatient mental health facility's beautiful Oregon location will allow teens and young adults to participate in therapeutic and experiential activities like horticulture therapy, sensory activities, walking/hiking, and growing/gardening with all organic foods.

Here are some examples of activities teens and young adults can participate in at our Southern Oregon location:

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Animal interactions


Music therapy 


Horticultural therapy 

Sensory work 


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Service projects 



Board games

Tabletop RPGs

Card games

Pizza and movie nights

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Cultural events 

Attending plays 

Improv workshops 

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Strength training 






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Openness to current spiritual beliefs

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Oregon Treatment Center FAQ

During residential care at our Oregon facility, youth maintain a shared schedule designed to help heal mental health and substance abuse issues. On a typical day, they’ll wake up at the same time, eat a healthy breakfast, do yoga or meditate, participate in a range of group and individual therapies, take part in therapeutic activities like horticultural therapies, gardening, and hiking, and wind down at night with a nutritious dinner and group support. This shared schedule provides 24 hours of care so that teens and young adults can learn healthy ways of living and overcome difficult mental health issues.   

The difference between a typical inpatient treatment program and short-term residential treatment at our program is the environment. While a typical inpatient facility has a hospitalization environment, our center provides a nurturing, healing environment in beautiful Southern Oregon where teens and young adults can work through difficult mental health issues. 

The length of treatment differs for each adolescent and teen, but on average treatment at our Oregon program lasts around 90 days.

Youth seek out short-term residential treatment at Oregon facility due to the intensive 24-hour care it can provide for a wide range of mental health and substance abuse issues. For teens and young adults who have safety issues or a lack of support at home or who need a high level of care after an inpatient hospitalization or outpatient treatment, a short-term residential program can be a good option. 

Care at our Oregon Residential Treatment Center  can be necessary when a youth’s mental health needs are too great for an outpatient center or when they’re stepping down a level of care from a hospitalization program. It can also be a good option if someone feels unsafe at home or is trying to break out of a negative daily routine. 

It can be hard for teens and young adults to think about or accept going to a residential treatment center to address their difficult mental health issues. Help motivate your child to embrace this type of treatment by asking open-ended questions about their situation and how this experience could improve it. Reassure them you’ll provide support by participating in family therapy during their stay and maintaining regular communication with them while they’re at the facility. Share success stories from short-term residential treatment programs. We’re happy to provide a few testimonials from our Embark locations

Transitional Living at Dragonfly Transitions

If a residential treatment center isn’t right for your teen or young adult, check out Dragonfly Transitions. Located an hour away from Dragonfly’s residential program, our transitional living program in Ashland, Oregon provides 6-12 month-long behavioral health treatment that helps young adults find balance and consistency in their education, employment, fitness, nutrition, relationships, and independent living skills.

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A Continuum of Mental Health Care Offered Across the U.S.

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If residential programs don’t offer the level of care your adolescent or teen needs, Embark Behavioral Health offers a range of exceptional treatment and therapy options across the United States.

From virtual counseling to outpatient therapy, our robust continuum of care will provide the right level of treatment to help your child overcome difficult mental health challenges.

Contact us today to learn more about our programs and how they’re changing the lives of adolescents, teens, and young adults across the U.S., helping them embrace a fulfilling and purposeful future.

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Embark Behavioral Health

13221 Mann Road,

Klamath Falls, OR 97603


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Meet the Team

Anthony Liufau

Position: Clinical Director

Anthony Liufau

Clinical Director

Michelle Hall, MS, Master of Science in Leadership

Position: Executive Director- Dragonfly
Michelle Hall is the Executive Director for Dragonfly Transitions, a program with three campuses for young adults in Southern Oregon. She brings over 25 years of leadership, operations, and customer service management experience to her role from a variety of organizations, including Apple, REI, and Target. She received her B.S. in Management from Bellevue University and her M.S. in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University as well as continuing education in hospitality, operations, and human resources. She brings her passion for growth and life-long learning to the Dragonfly team. Michelle loves working with the team, partners, families, and students to strategize ways to grow and improve the program and feels privileged to be a part of such a purpose-driven organization with Embark Behavioral Health. Leveraging her training in project management, customer service, and instructional design, she has a solid track record for creating developmental programs and strategies that help teams deliver their best work. As a parent to two young adults, she brings a personal connection to the work as well as her professional experience. An avid reader, runner, hiker, and traveler, you can find her exploring the outdoors when she is not working, spending quality time with her family, watching baseball (go Cubbies!), or reading a book.

Michelle Hall, MS, Master of Science in Leadership

Executive Director- Dragonfly

Michelle Hall is the Executive Director for Dragonfly Transitions, a...

Summer Hornbeck, MAT

Position: Enrollment Director

Summer Hornbeck, MAT

Enrollment Director