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Strategies: Cascadia Behavioral Health’s Survival Story

Later this year, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare will break ground on a gleaming $20 million center in Northeast Portland that will combine affordable housing and physical and mental health services.

The Brave One: Speaking Out About Mental Health

Anna Putnam is on her way back from bipolar disorder. Putnam was accepted into a group home in Oregon City operated by Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, where the staff worked with her to find the proper formula of medication that helped control her dopamine levels, but still let her feel her emotions.

Cascadia Problem Gambling Helps Within Prisons Walls

Cascadia Problem Gambling Counselor, Erin Cox stand in front of the Columbia River Correctional Facility. She and a handful of others are combating problem gambling with an innovative program called "GRIP."

MMT Awards $750,000 for Garlington Center

Meyer Memorial Trust Awards $750,000 for Cascadia’s Garlington Center Project   — Funds will support building a new integrated behavioral healthcare clinic and 50+ affordable apartments for Northeast Portland – A center offering innovative, holistic care and housing for people in need is one step closer, thanks to Meyer Memorial Trust’s (MMT) award totaling $750,000 for [...]

Derald Walker, Ph.D.

President & CEO

Neil Falk, M.D.

Interim Chief Medical Officer

Beth Epps, M.Ed.

Chief Clinical Officer

Brandon Gatke, EMBA

Chief Information Officer

Janice K. Jacobs, MBA

Chief Financial Officer

Garlington Center Project Reaches Critical Milestone

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, July 21, 2015 PORTLAND, OR – This week Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare reached a critical milestone in its campaign to rebuild Garlington Center into a first-of-its kind development that will provide integrated affordable housing, behavioral health services and a neighborhood wellness center for homeless veterans and other low-income people in Northeast Portland. [...]

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