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  • Reducing Barriers to Substance Use Treatment in Douglas County
    Learn more about the work and impact of our Substance Use Disorder Treatment division in our monthly Guest Column with The News Review.
  • Adapt Youth & Family discusses Youth Mental Health
    Listen to Adapt’s Youth & Family Services leaders, Toni Zimmer, Brenda Royal, and Nichole Matz talk about mental health in youth in our Counties.
  • North Bend Opioid Treatment Program Achieves Recertification
    Opioid Treatment Programs (“OTP”), which offer medication-assisted treatment for those working toward recovery from opioid usage disorder, undergo regular certification evaluations with the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (i.e. “CARF”). OTPs across the United States provide life-saving care to those that are and have been affected by the national opioid crisis. Adapt Integrated Health […]
  • BHRN Grant Funding for Mental Health Services in Douglas County
    Adapt Integrated Health Care has received funding from Measure 110 to support mental health services in Douglas County. See the full article here.
  • Community Support Services offered by Adapt Integrated Health Care and Douglas ESD in wake of loss of Kendra Hanks
    Adapt Integrated Health Care is saddened by the loss of Kendra Hanks of Winston. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has released new information regarding this situation and community services will be offered to those in need of support. In coordination with Douglas ESD, Adapt Integrated Health Care Mental Health Crisis Services will offer free grief […]
  • Adapt 2021 Annual Report to the Community Released
    Adapt Integrated Health Care is pleased to share its 2021 Annual Report to the Community. The following are some of the accomplishments highlighted in the 2021 report. In 2021, Adapt provided services to 11,456 children, adolescents, and adults in our four-county region (Douglas, Coos, Curry, Josephine). Despite the challenges of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we […]
  • Adapt Announces Board of Directors Changes
    Adapt Integrated Health Care today announced a transition in leadership of its Board of Directors and the addition of new board members. Todd C. Munsey, who has served on the Board of Directors for 22 years, will yield the board chair position effective June 14, 2022, and will continue to serve as an active board […]
  • How Douglas County Mobile Crisis Response Works
    By Cheryl McDonaldCheryl McDonald is the Crisis Program Director for Adapt Integrated Health Care. Mental health disorders—including depression, anxiety, post traumatic-stress—comprise the most common health conditions in the United States. It’s estimated that 21% of people every year have a mental health disorder—over twice as many people who have diabetes. Mental health and substance use […]
  • Adapt Integrated Health Care Careers
    What are you looking for in your next career move? Look to Adapt Integrated Health Care. There’s a lot to love here.
  • Mobile Crisis Program Expanding
    A Mobile Crisis program that has helped hundreds of people experiencing a mental health crisis in Douglas County is expanding. Adapt Integrated Health Care’s Mobile Crisis team was created through a partnership with the City of Roseburg in January 2019 and was originally funded by a federal Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program grant. Now, […]
  • Adapt Mobile Crisis Intervention
    Adapt Mobile Crisis Team works in cooperation with the Roseburg Police Department to provide solution-oriented community response to mental health crises.
  • Adapt Integrated Health Care to Serve as Community Mental Health Program Provider for Curry County
    Adapt Integrated Health Care—provider of primary care, mental health care and substance use treatment in southern Oregon—announced that the organization now serves as the Community Mental Health Program for Curry County, effective January 1, 2022. Community Mental Health Programs in counties throughout Oregon are responsible for providing a system of appropriate, accessible, and effective safety net services […]