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 […]

Preventing Misuse & Abuse of Alcohol

The Covid-19 pandemic has swept through our nation, upending people’s lives and leaving entire communities to deal with an onslaught of health, social and economic stress and uncertainty. While we all respond differently to stress and uncertainty, the pandemic has also created a perfect storm for substance misuse and abuse by young people and adults. […]

Adapt 2019 Annual Report to The Community

Adapt today released its 2019 Annual Report to the Community. The report provides information about the delivery of primary care, behavioral health care, and prevention services over the past year, and highlights successes in providing care to individuals, families and communities throughout Douglas, Coos, Curry and Josephine, counties. “Although the release of our Annual Report […]

Adapt Update on COVID-19 Response

Adapt, provider of integrated addiction treatment, mental health care, and primary care in Southern Oregon, has remained 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 for […]

The Blast for Prevention 2020

Adapt’s Prevention & Education Program will host The Blast for Prevention Color Blasting 5K Run/Walk the week of June 21 – 28, 2020. This year the Blast will be a virtual race hosted by Eclectic Edge Racing. In alignment with Covid-19 guidelines, participants can choose to run or walk this 5K from any location that […]

Mental Health Support Available During Covid-19

As communities work to combat and contain COVID-19, Compass Behavioral Health has implemented new protocols to reach people seeking treatment for mental health conditions. “For many people, the coronavirus pandemic can be unsettling and stressful, said Cherie Barnstable, Compass Behavioral Health Clinical Director.  “For people with existing mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, […]

SouthRiver One Of 30 Oregon Health Centers To Receive Funding To Address The COVID-19 Pandemic

On April 9, 2020, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Health Resources and Services Administration awarded more than $1.3 billion to 1,387 health centers across the U.S. as part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In Oregon, $23,256,870 will go to support 30 health centers to help communities detect, prevent and […]

Substance Use Treatment & Recovery In Times Of COVID-19

As communities work to combat and contain COVID-19, Adapt has implemented new protocols to reach people seeking care for substance use and behavioral health disorders. “For people who rely on substance use treatment services—whether it’s counseling or medication-assisted treatment—we’re open and working at full capacity to serve our clients and community,” said Thomas Sorrells, Adapt […]

Adapt Response to COVID-19

Adapt, provider of integrated addiction treatment, mental health care, and primary care services in Southern Oregon, remains open at all locations during the COVID-19 public health emergency, and has implemented additional screening measures and safeguards at all locations to ensure the safety of our patients, caregivers and communities. “Safe and accessible services are our priority […]

Adapt Grants Pass Moving to New Office Location

Beginning Monday, December 23, 2019, Adapt’s Josephine County addiction treatment and recovery services will be provided from its new location at 356 NE Beacon Drive in Grants Pass. The Adapt office on NE 6th Street in Grants Pass will close for the move on Thursday, December 19, and open again on Monday, December 23, at the new Beacon […]