Residential: 3647 Highway 39, Klamath Falls OR 97603

Outpatient: 220 Main Street, Klamath Falls OR 97601


Breaking the Cycle Recovery House: 541-887—7953



Intake Process

In order to be admitted into our program, we must have a current ASAM PPC-2R assessment. If there are any underlying secondary mental health diagnosis, a current mental health assessment is also required. Either of these assessments can be obtained by private, public or non-profit outpatient agencies.

We accept OHP, other insurance and private pay. A sliding fee scale is also available for residents who may qualify for this.


Please contact our Intake Coordinator to begin the journey to a clean and sober life!

Kim Sherman
Intake Coordinator
Phone: 541-887-8881
Fax: 541-884-1105

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Client Exit Plan

Transformations Wellness Center (TWC) is in business to provide addiction treatment and mental health services in a residential setting for individuals seeking recovery. In doing so, we admit individuals from all over the State of Oregon, and with this come challenges. Challenges include preauthorization and payment for services, detoxification services, and transportation to our facility and back to place of referral upon discharge.

In an attempt to improve our program, quality of care, client safety and client success, TWC has implemented the following client discharge and exit policy for all out-of-county clients.

Clients being referred to TWC from counties outside Klamath County will only be admitted for treatment with a completed exit plan. The referring agency is responsible for the individual being referred to TWC. This includes providing an up-to-date substance use assessment, mental health assessment and medication list, transportation to and from TWC, emergency exit plan, and aftercare plan upon completion of the program.

An individual exit plan is important for the overall safety and well-being of the client, liability of referring and receiving agencies, and creating a follow-up resource for continuing treatment. The referring County/Agency understands it is solely responsible for ensuring that the individual is transported back to the county of origin upon discharge from the TWC program.