Adapt Integrated Health Care is saddened by the loss of Kendra Hanks of Winston. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has released new information regarding this situation and community services will be offered to those in need of support. In coordination with Douglas ESD, Adapt Integrated Health Care Mental Health Crisis Services will offer free grief […]
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. The full 2021 Annual Report to the Community is available online at https://adaptoregon.org/about/annual-reports/.
Adapt Announces Board of Directors Changes
Adapt Integrated Health Care today announced a transition in leadership of its Board of Directors and the addition of new board members. Todd C. Munsey, who has served on the Board of Directors for 22 years, will yield the board chair position effective June 14, 2022, and will continue to serve as an active board […]
How Douglas County Mobile Crisis Response Works
By Cheryl McDonaldCheryl McDonald is the Crisis Program Director for Adapt Integrated Health Care. Mental health disorders—including depression, anxiety, post traumatic-stress—comprise the most common health conditions in the United States. It’s estimated that 21% of people every year have a mental health disorder—over twice as many people who have diabetes. Mental health and substance use […]
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Mobile Crisis Program Expanding
A Mobile Crisis program that has helped hundreds of people experiencing a mental health crisis in Douglas County is expanding. Adapt Integrated Health Care’s Mobile Crisis team was created through a partnership with the City of Roseburg in January 2019 and was originally funded by a federal Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program grant. Now, […]
Adapt Mobile Crisis Intervention
Adapt Mobile Crisis Team works in cooperation with the Roseburg Police Department to provide solution-oriented community response to mental health crises.
Adapt Integrated Health Care to Serve as Community Mental Health Program Provider for Curry County
Adapt Integrated Health Care—provider of primary care, mental health care and substance use treatment in southern Oregon—announced that the organization now serves as the Community Mental Health Program for Curry County, effective January 1, 2022. Community Mental Health Programs in counties throughout Oregon are responsible for providing a system of appropriate, accessible, and effective safety net services […]
Adapt CEO, Gregory Brigham, Ph.D., Receives Innovation and Leadership in Transformation Award
Gregory Brigham, Ph.D., CEO of Adapt Integrated Health Care, was awarded the Innovation and Leadership in Transformation Award by the Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA). The award was presented during the OPCA Annual Awards of Excellence meeting in September. The notable award recognizes Dr. Brigham for his commitment to expanding access to care for low income […]
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 […]