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 sustained full employment of our essential workers, allowing us to keep our doors open to new and existing patients.
  • Adapt launched a fully-integrated Electronic Health Record system to enable a no wrong door approach to patient care.
  • Although the pandemic presented enormous challenges to providing school-based mental health services, skilled youth and family therapists provided counseling to 305 students from 22 schools and 1 school-based health center across 9 school districts.
  • With broad community support, we opened a Sobering Center in Douglas County to offer an alternative to jail and the emergency department for publicly intoxicated individuals—providing 75 service visits since opening in August in 2021.
  • We provided crisis services to 784 adults and youth in 2021 and responded to 2,559 mental health crisis line phone calls — a 2% increase over the prior year.
  • We provided crisis services to 784 adults and youth in 2021 and responded to 2,559 mental health crisis line phone calls — a 2% increase over the prior year.

The full 2021 Annual Report to the Community is available online at https://www.adaptoregon.org/about-us/annual-reports/.