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Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Training Available in Coos & Curry County

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Childhood experiences, both positive and negative, have a tremendous impact on future violence victimization and perpetration, and lifelong health and opportunity. As such, early experiences are an important public health issue. Much of the foundational research in this area has been referred to as Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

ACEs can be prevented. Learn more about preventing ACEs in your community.

North Bend Chief of Police Rob Kappelman Talks About Opioids

Hope is on the horizon for local opioid crisis

A great story about the community’s work in curbing the opioid crisis

Hope is on the horizon for local opioid crisis

JILLIAN WARD The World  Jul 18, 2018 Updated Jul 18, 2018

SOUTH COAST — In the local battle against the opioid epidemic, Kate Frame is the linchpin in bringing solutions together.

Advanced Health was approached by the Oregon Health Authority, asking if it would facilitate a grant from the Center of Disease Control. According to Frame, this is not the type of grant Advanced Health has ever administered in the past, but once it saw the local work being done on the opioid crisis, it agreed. Read more…

Rachel Stappler, PA-C Talks About Pain Medication

Rachel Stappler, PA-C Talks About Pain Medication from Advanced Health on Vimeo.

Coos County sees higher overdose-reversing prescriptions than state average

Naloxone is being prescribed more locally than the state average

JILLIAN WARD The World Jan 31, 2019

COOS COUNTY — More of the overdose-reversing drug, naloxone, is being prescribed in Coos County than throughout the rest of the state.

In Coos County, naloxone is being prescribed at a rate of .61 per 1,000 residents, while the statewide average is .53 per 1,000 residents. This means 39 people received a naloxone prescription in Quarter 3 of 2018, according to the Oregon Health Authority.  Read more…