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  • Adapt Celebrates Our “Great Place To Work” Recognition
    Adapt Integrated Health Care’s recent recognition as a “Great Place To Work” highlights a culture of commitment, community, and care that permeates every layer of the organization. Adapt Integrated Health Care recently hosted an Great Place To Work Recognition Event, a celebration and acknowledgment of the organization’s ongoing commitment to employee well-being and community health. … Read more
  • Adapt Publishes 2022 Annual Report to the Community
    Adapt Integrated Health Care is proud to unveil the 2022 Annual Report to the Community, offering reflective insight into the tireless efforts of our team and community partners over the past year. Dr. Greg Brigham, CEO, shares, “As I look back on 2022, I am profoundly impressed and inspired by the work that our team … Read more
  • Adapt Integrated Health Care Earns Great Place to Work Certification™
    Adapt Integrated Health Care is delighted to announce it has been Certified™ by Great Place To Work®. This prestigious accolade is based entirely on feedback from our employees, with 84% declaring Adapt as a great place to work. This rating is a remarkable 27 points above the average U.S. company, underscoring our commitment to fostering … Read more
  • Adapt & Douglas ESD Cover “Talking About Suicide”
    Listen to an interview with Cheryl McDonald, Program Director of Crisis Services at Adapt, and Amy-Rose Wooten, Behavioral Health Services Director at Douglas Education Service District, and learn more about how to talk about suicide with Kyle Bailey & KQEN!
  • Community Listening Event – Responding to Community Loss
    Adapt Integrated Health Care, Line for Life, the Oregon Family Support Network, and Douglas Education Service District (ESD) invite community members to a crucial “Community Listening Event.” It will take place on May 23rd from 6-8pm at the Roseburg Library in the Ford Family Room located at 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg, OR 97470. … Read more
  • Adult Mental Health – We’re Here to Help
    By Teresa Emery, MA, LPC According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) (2022), mental health illness is quite common among adults 18 years and older. Approximately 19.86% of adults experience mental health issues, which equates to 50 million Americans in the United States. In 2022, Oregon reported 27% of adults suffering from mental … Read more
  • Suicide Prevention Resources Available
    Adapt Integrated Health Care and Douglas Education Service District are deeply saddened by recent losses to suicide in our community. We would like to inform residents of the available resources and services designed to provide support, prevent suicide, and promote mental health and well-being. Talking about suicide with a loved one can be one of … Read more
  • Reducing Barriers to Primary Care in Douglas County
    By Michelle Watson Primary care services are a critical step to wellness that is difficult to reach for many people in our rural communities. For a number of Douglas County residents, simple access to basic health care services is a consistent and persistent need that, with the weight of the past two years pressing on … Read more
  • The Impact of Mental Health Crisis Response Services
    By Cheryl McDonald The need for rapid and effective community-based responses to mental health crises is continuing to grow in southwest Oregon. Across the state, depression rates have continued a steady climb over the past several years. Even knowing this challenge exists, those experiencing depression, anxiety, or other mental health struggles may find it difficult … Read more
  • Adapt to provide support for Roseburg Warming Shelter
    In the wake of an officer involved shooting, which occurred on Tuesday, February 28th, Adapt will assist Onward Roseburg in continuing to provide Warming Shelter Services. The Adapt-owned building at 406 Winchester Avenue in Roseburg will serve as a host-site for the Roseburg Warming Shelter. This Shelter, a collaborative effort between the City of Roseburg … Read more
  • Crisis services continue availability after school threats
    Listen to Adapt’s Program Director for Crisis Services, Cheryl McDonald, discuss the importance of Crisis response for students and families affected by this Tuesday’s threats to southwest Oregon schools. Read more on KVAL
  • Drug Court celebrates 101st Graduation
    The Douglas County Drug Court program, a collaboration between Adapt Integrated Health Care and the Douglas County Courthouse, has celebrated its 101st graduation. Learn more at The News Review