Achieving wellness and recovery is a life-long process. It’s about changing behaviors and choosing new ways to live your life.
There are many resources and services to help individuals and their loved ones achieve life-long health, wellness and recovery—including, online education about substance use and mental illness, information about transitional housing and day treatment for Adapt clients and resources to help young people and adults quit tobacco.
Mentalhealth.gov offers a wealth of information on mental health disorders, how to talk about mental health and how to get help.
Having a child with a mental health condition can be a challenge. This site from the National Alliance on Mental Illness offers information and resources.
The stigma associated with having a mental illness often makes it hard to talk openly about what your feelings and experiences. Ok2Talk.org is offered by NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Current and former service members may face different mental health issues than the general public. Visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs mental health site for useful resources.
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.
Trauma Informed Oregon is a statewide collaborative that provides information and resources addressing the impact of trauma on children, adults and families.
Opioids are powerful pain medications. The Oregon Pain Guidance site provides useful information about opioid use, misuse and overdose.
Turn the Tide is an initiative of the U.S. Surgeon General to end the opioid epidemic.
This website from the National Institutes of Health offers easy-to-read or listen information about drug use and addiction.
Five questions, developed by the Child and Family Center at the University of Oregon, highlight parenting skills that are important in preventing the initiation and progression of drug use among youth.
This website from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers useful tips and tools to help parents and caregivers start talking to their children early about the dangers of alcohol.
This website from the National Institute on Aging offers a wealth of information on a variety of health topics, including alcohol use, talking with your doctor and how to help someone with a drinking problem.
This online resource is designed to connect Veterans, their family members and friends with information and resources to help with issues affecting their lives.
Adapt-North Bend provides individual and group tobacco cessation counseling for Advanced Health plan members. My Path to a Smokefree Future is based on research from the experts at Mayo Clinic. Appointment upon request. Call 541-751-0357 for more information.
The EX Plan can show you a whole new way to think about quitting. It’s based on personal experiences from ex-smokers as well as the latest scientific research from the experts at Mayo Clinic.
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Contact CCC Outreach Education for information about current classes or support groups, 541-672-0072
Freedom From Smoking® is a program specifically designed for adults who want to quit smoking.
This free program offers phone and online quit help. You can receive free nicotine substitutes (patches or gum) if they’re part of your personalized quit plan. Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669). Spanish Quit Line 1-855-335356-92 or quitnow.net/oregonsp
Different people need different resources as they try to quit smoking cigarettes. This service of the National Cancer Institute offers information and assistance to support both your immediate and long-term needs as you become, and remain, a non-smoker.
This site is designed and run by people at the National Cancer Institute to help teens take control of their health.
SmokefreeVET is a mobile text messaging service for military Veterans who receive their health care through VA. Visit Tricare to learn more about available tobacco cessation services.
A text-based resource to help people between the ages of 13 and 24 ease out of vaping. To enroll, text “VAPEFREEDC” to 88709.