Serenity Lane Breaks Ground in Coburg

Serenity Lane GroundbreakingCOBURG, Ore. — Serenity Lane officially broke ground at its new location in Coburg Wednesday morning.

Over the last 40 years, the current facilities have helped about 60,000 people overcome drug and alcohol addictions.

The 15-acre property will double the available number of beds to 130, allowing them to help even more.

“Those are numbers and facts, but serenity lane is about saving lives. There is always hope for recovery,” said board member Fr. John Kerns.

About four buildings will be put off, until they raise more money. To donate, click here.

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