Company description: “With locations throughout Central Oregon, Rimrock Trails is a leading provider of co-occurring behavioral health treatment for children, teens, adults and families in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
For over 25 years, Rimrock Trails has helped create lasting change in the lives of individuals and families struggling with substance use and complex co-occurring problems. While in treatment Individuals begin to believe in themselves, develop a clear vision for their future and become empowered to face life’s challenges without the use of substances.
Treatment of both substance use and co-occurring problems in an integrated program is vital to each Individuals long-term success. Our treatment team consists of clinically trained mental health therapists, certified alcohol and drug counselors, and certified recovery mentors who work together to comprehensively understand and address the dynamic needs of each individual and their family.
All treatment methods are evidenced based and grounded in our genuine belief that people do well if they can. With compassion, guidance, and support our team of professionals tailors individualized interventions to help build the skills necessary for living a successful, satisfied and meaningful life.”
Company slogan: “We create a foundation for healing, strengthen family connections, and offer hope for a brighter future.”
Headquarters: “Prineville, Oregon”
Ownership type: Nonprofit
Year founded: 1990
Specializations: “Youth Co-Occurring Disorders, Speciality Behavioral Healthcare All Ages, and Substance Use Disorder Treatment”
Website title: “Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment Services Rimrock Trails Bend, Oregon”
Website description: The mission of Beyond the Baby Blues is to provide support to women
experiencing postpartum depression and related mood disorders in the
context of a therapeutic group that includes their babies. We also provide
support and education to the public and other professionals regarding
issues that face families experiencing postpartum depression.
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