July 16, 2019 July is Child & Family Month: A Spotlight on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) The toxic stress that can be a symptom of trauma continues to impact our children and families and can worsen or create mental health conditions. Awareness surrounding trauma-informed approaches and concepts help us provide [...]
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June 26, 2019 Facilities Maintenance Team Provides Another Level of Safety and Stability Cascadia's Facilities Maintenance team is made up of six technicians, Melissa, Chris, Jesus, Joe, Steve, and Sam, who continually collaborate to further Cascadia's mission, investing time and energy into our buildings, as well as with the residents [...]
Cascadia Awarded Spirit Mountain Community Fund Grant for New Garlington Health Center Wellness ProgramOlivia Alley2019-06-19T08:34:33-07:00
June 19, 2019 Cascadia Awarded Spirit Mountain Community Fund Grant for New Garlington Health Center Wellness Program PORTLAND, OR -- Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare has received a $29,721 grant from Spirit Mountain Community Fund (Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde) to launch a new wellness program at the Garlington Health Center in [...]
June 17, 2019 Hacienda Receives Support from Cascadia's Child & Family Program After a year of planning, Cascadia has expanded our culturally-specific services through a partnership with Hacienda Community Development Corporation, a nonprofit that strengthens Latino families by providing affordable housing, homeownership support, economic advancement and education opportunities. Cascadia’s Child [...]
June 6, 2019 We Welcome All: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Is Key to Whole Health Care June is Pride month: the time of the year that the LGBTQ+ community can be visible, and celebrate themselves and each other in a safe and loving environment. Being seen and heard can be [...]
June 6, 2019 New Arbor Place Raised Garden Beds Offer Opportunity For many years the staff at Arbor Place have tried to have a facility garden – tilling plots above their garage and supplementing the soil with conditioner – but the garden was not producing much food. Now thanks to [...]
June 6, 2019 Diabetes Mangement Group Will Help Clients Live Whole Lives Individuals who have a mental health condition are much more likely to also have diabetes, and Cascadia is tackling the issue by offering clients with prediabetes or diabetes an opportunity to learn how to manage their symptoms. Earlier [...]
May 13, 2019 Bill Toland, CADC, Named 2018 Oregon DUII Treatment Provider of the Year William Toland, a Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor (CADC) at Cascadia's Clackamas Health Center, was honored April 25th as the 2018 Oregon DUII Treatment Provider of the Year by the Oregon DUII Multi-Disciplinary Training Task Force for [...]
March 29, 2019 Panel Calls For More Collaboration Among Mental Health Services Original article published by The Lund Report can be found here. Mental health services have fallen short for the people who need them most in Oregon — the Portland area especially — but a panel of authorities offered hope [...]
March 19, 2019 AmeriCorps Members Expand Cascadia’s Mental Health First Aid Services Last week, during AmeriCorps Week, we celebrate Jackie Moore and Lucia McArdle's service to Cascadia through AmeriCorps' Mental Health First AidTM (MHFA) Corps. Cascadia has been a MHFATM Corps Host Site through the Health 360 Healthy Minds Alliance since 2017. Through this [...]