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SouthRiver Receives Funding to Support Integration of Physical and Mental Health Services

On August 8, 2019, the U.S. Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) announced the allocation of nearly $400 million to combat the nations opioid epidemic. Over $200 million will go directly to 1,208 health centers across the nation to increase access to high quality, integrated behavioral health services, including treatment for […]

DATE CHANGE: The Blast for Prevention

Due to scheduling conflicts, The Blast for Prevention 5K Run/Walk has been rescheduled to June 2020. Time, location and registration information about will be sent out in early 2020. The Blast helps to raise funds to support Prevention programs, such as mentoring and positive youth development. For more information email us at catis@adaptoregon.org or call […]

The Blast for Prevention 2019

Adapt’s Prevention & Education Program will host The Blast for Prevention Color Blasting 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, September 14, 2019. The Blast will be chip timed by Eclectic Edge Racing. Color Blasting using non-toxic colored cornstarch will take place throughout the course. The Color Blast colors allow participants to show support for the community health […]

Adapt Releases 2018 Annual Report

Adapt today released its Annual Report for 2018. The report provides information about the delivery of primary care, behavioral health care, and prevention services over the past year, and highlights successes in growing a comprehensive system of care to support the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities in Douglas, Josephine, Coos and Curry […]

SouthRiver Recognized for Continued Efforts to Improve Patient Care

The national Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) recognized SouthRiver Community Health Center with a 2019 Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Quality Award for continued efforts to improve patient care and health outcomes. To receive PCMH recognition, health centers must meet national standards for primary care that emphasize care coordination and on-going quality improvement. SouthRiver […]

Education Program Offered on How to Stay Healthy As We Age

Compass Behavioral Health in coordination with Douglas County Senior Services is offering a new education program for Douglas County residents age 55 and older. The Wellness Initiative for Senior Education (WISE) is an evidence-based program that celebrates healthy aging and educates older adults though numerous fun and interactive lessons. In the six-session program, participants will […]

Adapt Announces New Reedsport Location for Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment Services

Adapt Substance Use Treatment and Compass Behavioral Health services will now be provided at a new location in Reedsport. Douglas County Courthouse Annex 680 Fir Street, Reedsport 97467 Compass Behavioral Health services are currently available at the new Courthouse Annex location. Beginning Tuesday, June 18, Adapt Substance Use Treatment services will be available at the […]

Adapt Prevention & Education Hosts Girls Circle Facilitator Training

One Circle Foundation, the leading U.S. developer of gender-responsive, evidence based support programs for adolescent girls, is now registering participants to attend its two-day Girls Circle Facilitator Training workshop taking place on 6/26-6/27 at the Ford Family Foundation, 1600 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg. Read more about the training and how to register to attend. Read more

SouthRiver Community Health Center Receives 2019 Humanitarian Award

On March 18, 2019, the Winston-Dillard Area Chamber of Commerce recognized SouthRiver Community Health Center with the Humanitarian Award during the Chamber’s 2019 First Citizens Award Ceremony. SouthRiver was honored for excellence in promoting the health and well-being of Winston and greater Douglas county citizens. Among the many contributions made to the community, SouthRiver was […]

Adapt Receives Funding for Suicide Prevention Initiative

The Adapt Prevention & Education Program was awarded $18,460 from the Umpqua Health Alliance Community Health Improvement Plan Funding Program to train four facilitators from Adapt and Compass Behavioral Health the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), the world’s leading suicide intervention workshop.   The two-day interactive workshop in suicide first aid teaches participants to […]

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month

For the 15th year, Adapt Prevention & Education, in collaboration with the National Council on Problem Gambling, dedicates March to helping people to “have the conversation” about problem gambling. Approximately 2 million (1%) of U.S. adults are estimated to meet the criteria for compulsive or pathological gambling and another 4-6 million (2-3%) are considered problem […]