By: Dan Feldman, NBC Sports & KGW Reporter, Katherine Cook March 7, 2018 Athletes praise Kevin Love for opening up about mental health. I can't imagine how terrifying writing and publishing this was for Love. This was courageous. Raptors star DeMar DeRozan opened up about his mental health. And that got Cavaliers forward and [...]
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March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month #HaveTheConversation about an often hidden addiction that affects 80,000 Oregonians PORTLAND, OR — In a few short weeks, March Madness will reach a crescendo with an estimated $10 billion in bets placed in nationwide on the NCAA basketball championship games. And calls to the National Problem Gambling Helpline will spike [...]
By KATU Feb 6, 2018 Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare is an organization helping women face mental health challenges through community-based programs, including peer-to-peer services. Beth Epps, Chief Clinical Officer and Deniz Conger, Senior Director of Philanthropy joined us to share a little about women's mental health issue and their upcoming event, HEART, that combines health, [...]
By Elizabeth Hayes – Staff Reporter, Portland Business Journal Feb 2, 2018, 2:46pm PST Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare is making good on a goal that was a long time in the making to add primary care to the mental health, addictions and housing services it already offers. Cascadia will roll out the new services for clients this month at its [...]
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Launches Primary Care Services, Offering Benefits of Integrated Health CareIT Dept2018-04-17T11:41:59-07:00
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare launches primary care services, offering benefits of integrated health care New services for Cascadia clients begin in February at Woodland Park Health Center, expand to Plaza and Garlington health centers this spring. PORTLAND, OR - A heart-wrenching fact: individuals who struggle with severe and persistent mental illness die 20 to 30 years sooner [...]
The apartment building for families displaced from the Eliot neighborhood is also a behavioral clinic for vets and others. By Kayla Brock 1/16/2018 at 11:04am It’s around 10 a.m on a Friday morning at the corner of NE MLK and Morris in the Eliot neighborhood. Trucks fill the site and men in hard hats walk [...]
Each year, with over 100 community partners, the KGW Great Toy Drive benefits more than 120 nonprofit organizations throughout Oregon and SW Washington. This year, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare’s Child and Family Program received over 350 toys, putting smiles on more than 300 families.. Cascadia’s Child and Family Program provides culturally responsive outpatient services [...]
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare takes on some of Portland’s toughest issues – families facing eviction, chronic homelessness and serious mental health conditions. Cascadia’s team of mental health providers, counselors, and outreach specialists help transition people out of homelessness and into housing every day. Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare’s Street Outreach Team helps a community member experiencing [...]
A “Yes” vote on Measure 101 ensures that our state's most vulnerable residents get quality health care. On the January 23 special election, Oregonians will have the opportunity to vote on Measure 101. Approval of Ballot Measure 101 will retain HB 2391 in its entirety as enacted by the 2017 Oregon Legislature. It upholds specified [...]
As of April 1, 2017, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare has become a Certified Community Behavioral Health Center (CCBHC) as part of a national pilot program to measure the benefits of expanding the integration of mental, substance use and physical health care.