Did you know that around 81,000 Oregonians currently meet criteria for problem or disordered gambling (Moore, 2006). Unfortunately only about 2% seek treatment each year. This may be because those with gambling issues are less likely to seek treatment versus people with other forms of addictions. Problem Gambling Open Houses: [...]
Cascadia Garlington Video Series: Garlington Demolition from Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare on Vimeo. Cascadia's Behavioral Healthcare's Garlington Center building has been a special part of the Eliot Neighborhood for nearly 80 years. We recognize and honor the building's history and the role the Center has served in the community, and [...]
One in five people in Oregon face a mental health challenge. Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare's CEO, Derald Walker facilitated a hour long discussion around understanding depression and anxiety during a KGW Live Chat. He and Trillium's Lynn Logan also joined KGW's Straight Talk host, Laural Porter to discuss mental health and [...]
Anxiety, stress and other emotional reactions can be triggered by large changes like election results, according to Samantha Ridderbusch, a spokeswoman for mental health non-profit Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare.
During the construction process for the new Garlington Center, which will combine affordable housing, a community wellness center, behavioral healthcare and primary healthcare, the current Garlington staff and services are being temporarily relocated.
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Announces $500,000 Fundraising Challenge Match from FamilyCare Health in Support of Cascadia's Capital Campaign for New Community Healthcare Clinic FamilyCare Health's fundraising challenge supports Cascadia's Building a Culture of Caring capital campaign to establish the Garlington Health &