A board member of Douglas County’s designated mental health services provider, the Community Health Alliance, has filed a legal complaint against the alliance’s administration and the county’s chief addictions services provider, A
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Community Health Alliance is offering support for anyone who has been affected at by this tragedy. Anyone is welcome to drop in to any of these locations or call 541-440-3532 or 800-866-9780.
ROSEBURG, Ore – The Community Health Alliance (CHA) based in Roseburg is already assisting Douglas County residents deal with today’s tragic incident at Umpqua Community College (UCC).
Community Health Alliance (CHA), the non-profit organization that now manages the full array of mental health services for all Douglas County residents, is vacating the Douglas County Health Department building and opening two new offices on Mercy Medical’s campus in Roseburg.
Community Health Alliance recently appointed Christine Seals, M.D., as the new chair of its Board of Directors effective immediately. Community Health Alliance is a non-profit organization that was recently formed to manage the full array of mental health services for Douglas County.
January 30, 2012—A group of nine healthcare providers in Douglas County are forming the state’s first coordinated care organization (CCO), calling it “the Community Health Alliance.”
The provider groups include Douglas County Independent Physician’s Association (DCIPA), Douglas County’s Health and Human Services Department, Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. (GOBHI), Mercy Medical Center, Umpqua Community Health Center, Advantage Dental, and ADAPT, which provides substance abuse and addictions treatment and recovery services.