Quest Center behavioral health clinic opens in Oregon City
On March 19, Quest Center for Integrative Health held a grand opening of a new behavioral health clinic at 110 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City.
The clinic is part of Quest's ongoing effort to confront and treat the intertwined epidemics of chronic pain and opioid use disorders that impact thousands of Oregonians every day.
Quest Center, in cooperation with Clackamas County Department of Health and CareOregon, offers both non-opioid pain management and culturally sensitive substance use disorder treatment.
Wellness, Integrity & Sustainable Health (WISH) is Quest's integrated medical and behavioral health program designed to treat chronic pain effectively and compassionately, predominantly through the use of non-opioid interventions.
The Finding & Sustaining Recovery program is based on the belief that all people who desire to live clean and sober can achieve a life of health and wellness without the use of substances.
A community health and wellness center since 1989, Quest Center for Integrative Heath is a nonprofit wellness facility. It strives to meet the needs of people who are experiencing challenges to their physical, mental and emotional health.
Quest Center's mission is to provide integrative health care services, education and inclusive community support to people seeking a wellness-focused approach to living and dying.
For details about the service, visit quest-center.org.