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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 treatment—into one user-friendly experience with improved navigation, functionality and resources.

Previously, Adapt maintained two websites—one for primary care and another for mental health and substance use treatment. “With the transition to fully-integrated care, it makes sense to have one robust website where community members can easily find the information they need,” said Greg Brigham, Ph.D., Adapt CEO. Information formerly available on the SouthRiver Community Health Center website, is now available on the new site, including the patient portal, new patient forms, and provider information.  The SouthRiver website will be unpublished with redirects to the new site.

In addition to streamlined navigation, new features on the website include: a brochure library with English-Spanish language materials, a comprehensive forms page for new patients, a 50-year history timeline, and resource pages for medical providers and other professionals. “We have also created an Equity & Safety page to reinforce our commitment to care that is both trauma-informed and attentive to issues of equity, inclusion and diversity,” said Susan Jeremiah, Chief Human Resources Officer.

The public is encouraged to visit the new site at and to provide feedback by emailing

About Adapt

Adapt has operated for 50 years in Douglas County, originally providing addictions treatment and prevention services. Adapt has expanded over the years to provide comprehensive and fully-integrated primary care, mental health care, substance use treatment, and prevention services to Douglas, Coos, Curry and Josephine counties.