Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon is committed to promoting self-directed recovery and wellness for all individuals. We honor lived experiences. We support people wherever they are on their journey, free from judgment, or agenda.
We support these aims through education, advocacy, recovery, peer services, training, technical assistance, community collaboration, and through developing peer workforce and leadership.
System of Care for Suicide Prevention Survey
The Clackamas County Coalition to Prevent Suicide launched in September of 2018 and, in partnership with the University of Oregon, is requesting your assistance in better identifying gaps and strengths specific to the system of care for suicide prevention in Clackamas County.
By completing this brief survey, you can help the Coalition be strategic about equitable and responsive changes to better support people at risk across the county and across the lifespan.
Please complete the survey below by May 2nd, 2019.
Peer Wellness Specialist Training
May Training dates:
May 9th-11th, 10am-6pm
May 15th-17th, 10am-6pm
May 30th-31st, 10am-6pm
June 1st, 10am-6pm
June 5th, 10am-6pm
July dates coming soon…
This training is specifically designed to encompass whole health certification to Peer Wellness Specialists upon completion.
This program has been approved to train Adults to Adults in Mental Health Support and Adults to Adults Addiction Support.The cost of this course is $900.
We would like you to know that you are not alone! By reaching out, you have started the process! Our team of professionals are equipped with the right tools and life experience to help get you plugged into a support system that will best provide you with excellent services that you are requesting.
Thanks for contacting us! You will hear back from one of our staff very shortly.