Small police departments and sheriffs’ offices seem increasingly open to finding alternatives to a standard law enforcement response, such as training officers to handle crises better or seeking assistance from mental health professionals.
FDA's accelerated reviews employ hotly debated effectiveness standards and result in drugs that are costly and of marginal benefit.
With the 2023 legislative session nearing, lawmakers and others shared their views at CCO Oregon’s annual conference.
Former governor sounds a note of alarm in keynote address for CCO Oregon’s annual conference.
Researchers from the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health surveyed social service agencies and found gaps in services and workforce across the addiction treatment and recovery continuum.
The money will be used for treatment and prevention of opioid and methamphetamine use, recovery, social services support, including housing, and supplies of the medication naloxone to reverse overdoses.
Many hospitals have grown wealthy while patients are squeezed by skyrocketing medical prices and rising deductibles.
The Oregon Health Forum prepares to relaunch with Rosie Bueford at the helm, an imminent event and plenty of issues to discuss.
In a state where places for people in recovery to find community are rare, True Colors will offer programs and activities in an inclusive environment.
Legacy Health, Providence Health & Services and PeaceHealth say the Oregon Health Authority is unlawfully forcing their hospitals to provide long-term care.