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  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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
  • Adapt offers crisis services to affected community members
    If you or a loved one were affected by the threats to our schools on Tuesday, February 21st, Douglas ESD and Adapt have supportive resources available to help. Learn more with KVAL
  • Adapt Prevention team works to prevent child sexual abuse
    Adapt’s Prevention & Education Team are making strides to prevent child sexual abuse in rural Oregon. Through a collaboration with the Protect Our Children project, Adapt continues to provide training and education on how to prevent child sexual abuse. Continue Reading on The News Review
  • Adapt’s Plans for 2023
    Listen to Jerry O’Sullivan, Chief of Regional Business Operations, speak on our history and upcoming projects of Adapt Integrated Health Care. Listen on News Radio 1240 KQEN Learn even more about upcoming services with The News Review.
  • Todd C. Munsey Retires from Adapt Board of Directors
    Adapt Integrated Health Care today announces the official retirement of Todd C. Munsey from the Adapt Board of Directors. Since 1999, Todd has served the mission of Adapt through his leadership, character, and compassion for those seeking health and recovery in our communities. Todd has volunteered his time and expertise to provide sound governance to […]
  • Adapt Participates in First Thursday
    Adapt, the Oregon Department of Human Services, and other Douglas County community organizations host First Thursday at the DHS office! Continue Reading on News Radio 1240 KQEN
  • Learning about Adapt’s Opioid Treatment Programs
    Adapt’s Opioid Treatment Programs, located in North Bend and Roseburg, provide a path to recovery for those experiencing opioid use disorder. Let our teams help you walk the road to better health! Continue Reading on The News Review
  • Adapt Youth & Family Mental Health
    Adapt’s Youth & Family team from our Mental Health Care division know how much work goes into building and maintaining personal health and wellbeing for our youth. In recent years, those struggles have become even bigger hurdles. But our team stands ready to help you and your family! Continue Reading on The News Review
  • Adapt provides school-based therapists to Douglas County
    Adapt’s work with Douglas County school districts includes providing 19 school-based therapists across as many schools. This access to on-site mental health services for our youth will serve as a crucial component to continuing to advance the collective wellbeing of our community.Continue Reading on The News Review