Engaged adults participating in a Prevention and Education training session, highlighting the importance of community health and awareness.

Adult Services

The Prevention & Education team is committed to ensuring our community members have the knowledge and skills necessary to make informed decisions regarding their physical and mental health and well-being.

For more information or to schedule a training for your team or organization, please contact us at prevention@adaptoregon.org!

Current Trainings

Opioid Awareness and Overdose Response Training

Learn about the latest trends in opioid use, how to identify and respond to an overdose, and how to administer naloxone (Narcan®), the opioid overdose reversal agent.

Problem Gambling Prevention 101

Understand problem gambling risk factors, warning signs, protective factors, and explore responsible gambling techniques.

QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) Gatekeeper Training

Gain insights into the common causes of suicidal behavior, recognize warning signs, and learn how to support someone who may be suicidal.

Understanding ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences)

Explore the ACE Study, types of ACEs, and the impact of ACEs on health and well-being.

Interested in a training that isn’t currently listed?

Reach out to prevention@adaptoregon.org so we can provide the help you are looking for!

Helpful Resources

Aware, Prepared, & Alive: Our Fight Against Fentanyl

Douglas, Coos, and Curry County’s source for information on fentanyl, substance use disorder, and local treatment resources.

DC Smoke Free

A local initiative committed to improving the community health of Douglas County.

Rethink The Drink

An initiative of the Oregon Health Authority’s Public Health Division to decrease excessive drinking and the harm it causes individuals, families, and communities throughout our state.

Oregon Problem Gambling Resource (OPGR) and Helpline (1-800-MY-LIMIT)

Oregon’s Problem Gambling Resource Network, including prevention resources and a 24/7 helpline.

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

A National Lifeline that provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources.

Adapt Crisis Services

Your local 24/7 crisis line, offering mental health evaluation and intervention, treatment determination, and referral to mental health services.

Protect Our Children

A state-wide network of resources and education to prevent child sexual abuse.

“Talk. They Hear You.” Campaign

SAMHSA’s national youth substance use prevention campaign helps parents and caregivers, educators, and community members get informed, be prepared, and take action to prevent underage drinking and other substance use.

Operation Parent

An organization committed to loving, supporting, and educating parents by providing real-world information, connection, and hope.

Partnership to End Addiction

From tips on preventing substance use to guidance on managing recovery from addiction, Partnership to End Addiction has the information and resources you need at every step of the way.