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  • Share Your Thoughts & Memories of Susan
    We are profoundly saddened by the passing of our colleague, mentor, friend, and Adapt’s Chief Human Resources Officer, Susan Jeremiah. It will take a long time for us and others who knew Susan to come to grips with this loss. Susan was the heart and soul of our company for over 30 years, and she […]
  • Mental Health: Raising Awareness, Reducing Stigma
    September marks the 31st annual National Recovery Month. SAMHSA (the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) describes this event as an effort to “educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and substance use disorders to live healthy and rewarding lives.” An estimate 8.9 million Americans are […]
  • Adapt Opens Sobering Center in Roseburg
    Adapt today announced the opening of a sobering center for people who are experiencing the effects of alcohol and other drugs. The sobering center began accepting referrals from local law enforcement on Friday, August 13. “Although the idea of establishing a Sobering Center in Douglas County has been discussed for several years, it wasn’t until […]
  • Adapt Covid-19 Response Update
    Due to the significant increase in COVID-19 cases in our community, including the circulation of highly contagious variants, Adapt Integrated Health Care has reinstituted high level safety precautions to reduce the spread of infection and to stay ahead of the increased risk to our  clients, employees and community. “This means that we are shifting back […]
  • Adapt Launches New Website to Amplify Integrated Care
    Adapt Integrated Health Care, a provider of addictions treatment, mental health care and primary care services in southern Oregon, is pleased to announce the launch of a new website reflecting the organization’s integrated model of care. The new website was designed to bring together information for all service areas—primary care, mental health, and substance use […]
  • Adapt Covid-19 Response Update
    Adapt Integrated Health Care, an essential provider of integrated addiction treatment, mental health care, and primary care in Southern Oregon, remains open at all locations with all services available during the COVID‑19 public health emergency.  Following CDC guidelines and to offer the greatest protection to patients and staff, Adapt continues to require facial coverings, social […]
  • Adapt 2020 Annual Report to The Community
    Adapt Integrated Health Care is pleased to share its 2020 Annual Report to the Community. The past year brought the unprecedented challenges of a global pandemic, devastating wildfires, and social and economic turmoil. With each challenge, however, comes the opportunity for reflection and growth toward a stronger and more resilient future. The following are some […]
  • Adapt Receives Cambia Health Solutions Funding to Address Mental Health Needs in Rural Communities
    For many people, the coronavirus pandemic can be unsettling and stressful For people with existing mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other forms of mental illness, the effects of the pandemic can be far more-reaching—making many symptoms infinitely worse. Cambia Health Solutions and its regional health plans – serving members across Idaho, […]
  • Adapt Update on COVID-19 Response
    Adapt, an essential provider of integrated addiction treatment, mental health care, and primary care in Southern Oregon, remains open at all locations with all services available during the COVID‑19 public health emergency. During this time, Adapt (including Opioid Treatment Programs), Compass Behavioral Health, and SouthRiver Community Health Center, have used additional screening measures and safeguards […]
  • Adapt Ranked in Top 25 of Oregon’s 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For
    Adapt, headquartered in Roseburg and serving southern Oregon with offices in North Bend and Grants Pass, was named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon. Adapt ranked 23rd among the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in 2020. This is the fifth time Adapt has made the list. Each year, Oregon Business, […]
  • Adapt Launches Stewards of Children Initiative to Help Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
    Today’s children are Oregon’s future leaders, parents and workers. Our state’s future prosperity depends on their healthy development and growth. Too many children, however, are living in environments that undermine healthy development. These children are more likely to experience sexual abuse, resulting in life-long problems in learning, behavior, and both physical and mental health. Preventing […]
  • Mental Health Support Available
    Wildfires in Douglas County and statewide are creating stress and concern for many people and communities. Compass Behavioral Health continues to offer routine and crisis mental health support via walk-in, phone and telehealth services and supports for those who may be experiencing Emotional Distress. “Emotional distress is often experienced prior to, during and after a […]