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Generous Grant Provides for Expansion

Only 45.9% of adults with mental illness in Oregon receive any form of treatment from either the public system or private providers (according to SAMHSA). There are a growing number of children, adults, and families in Marion and Polk Counties who are unable to find access to mental health services. Those in need of mental health care often run up against multiple barriers: long

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Join Us For Breakfast

Many of us have heard the seemingly dire facts concerning youth in foster care–how they will be bounced around from home to home, how so many of them will age out of the system without a permanent family, and how the correctional system is filled with former foster youth. It can feel overwhelming, and although many of us would like to help out, we

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