Promote mental health. Reduce opioid abuse. Strengthen community resilience.
“From Coast to Forest: Building on Community Strengths to Promote Mental Health and Reduce Opioid Abuse in Rural Oregon” is led by OSU Extension Family and Community Health, the OSU Center for Health Innovation and the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
These leaders are working toward reducing opioid misuse and abuse and their underlying causes and consequences and improving the mental health and well-being of Oregonians.
The project is funded through the Rural Health and Safety Education program of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Project activities will take place in Tillamook, Lincoln, Baker and Union Counties in Oregon.
Find more details via Oregon State University Extension Service about Coast to Forest: Mental Health Promotion in Rural Oregon.