Press Release: Adapt Response To COVID-19

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Adapt, provider of integrated addiction treatment, mental health care, and primary care services in Southern Oregon, remains open at all locations during the COVID-19 public health emergency, and has implemented additional screening measures and safeguards at all locations to ensure the safety of our patients, caregivers and communities.

“Safe and accessible services are our priority right now. We are committed to the safety of our patients, their families, and our employees. We launched our incident command structure early on to align our operations with public health and CDC guidance,” said Dr. Gregory Brigham, CEO.

All outpatient treatment services at Adapt (including Opioid Treatment Programs), Compass Behavioral Health, and SouthRiver Community Health Center are adequately staffed and continue to provide services.  Adapt’s residential substance use treatment programs have taken several steps to protect patient health and safety and will continue to serve patients and the community.

“To better accommodate our patients’ needs, we have expanded telephone and telehealth services for new and existing patients of Adapt Substance Use Treatment, Compass Behavioral Health, and SouthRiver Community Health Center,” said Brigham.

Adapt has implemented a new screening policy across all locations to protect our patients while meeting the needs of our communities. Patients and visitors will be asked appropriate screening questions and have their temperature taken. Patients feeling sick are asked to call before coming in.              

  • SouthRiver Community Health Center (541) 492-4550
  • Compass Behavioral Health (541) 440-3532
  • Adapt Substance Use Treatment
  • Roseburg Main Campus  (541) 672-2691
  • Roseburg Opioid Treatment Program (541) 673-2770
  • North Bend Campus (541) 751-0357
  • North Bend Opioid Treatment Program (541) 492-0200
  • Grants Pass Campus (541) 474-1033

If you are having a mental health crisis and need to speak with a qualified behavioral health professional, please contact the mental health crisis hotline in your area.

  • Douglas County (800) 866-9780 / 541-440-3532 crisis hotline operated by Compass Behavioral Health
  • Coos County (888) 543-5763 / 541-266-6800 crisis hotline operated by Coos Health & Wellness
  • Curry County (877) 519-9322 crisis hotline operated by Curry Community Health
  • Josephine County (541) 474-5360 crisis hotline operated by Options

Changes to Adapt services during the COVID-19 emergency will be posted to Adapt’s website and patients notified. 

www.adaptoregon.org

www.compassoregon.org

www.southriverhealth.org

About Adapt

With nearly 50 years of experience, Adapt provides outpatient and residential behavioral health services to residents of Coos, Curry, Josephine and Douglas Counties. Adapt, doing business as SouthRiver Community Health Center, is also a fully integrated Patient Centered Primary Care Home in Douglas County.

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