In the picture from right to left: Dr. David Eisen, Andrew Suchocki, MD (Medical Director, Beavercreek Health Clinic of Clackamas County), Debra Cockrell (Director, Health Clinics Division, Health, Housing, & Human Services, Clackamas County), Richard Swift (Director of Health, Housing, & Human Services, Clackamas County), Ryan Olds (CareOregon).
Quest Clackamas County Opened!
WISH and FSR now available in Clackamas County
We are pleased to announce that Quest Center for Integrative Health’s new Clackamas County Clinic location is open for business! At the new clinic, we offer two of our signature programs:
- WISH – Wellness, Integrity & Sustainable Health: A holistic approach to pain management that allows for improved function and the reduction of debilitating symptoms. Our goal is to increase our patient’s quality of life by helping to find individualized solutions to managing their chronic pain. A study conducted by CareOregon saw a 71% drop in emergency room visits for patients engaged in WISH.
- FSR – Finding and Sustaining Recovery: 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. FSR is an abstinence-based, multidisciplinary, and integrated program designed to develop and maintain sober and healthy lifestyles. The program employs evidence-based practices such as group therapy, individual counseling, Chinese medication and acupuncture, peer support and recovery yoga.
The grand opening of the Clackamas County Clinic was celebrated on the morning of March 19. In attendance at the ribbon cutting were representatives from Clackamas County and CareOregon, as well as Quest staff, community members and Board members. Dr. Andrew Suchocki, Medical Director of Beavercreek Health Clinic of Clackamas County, spoke on behalf of Quest and the importance of providing these services in Clackamas County:
“…Without a comprehensive, systemic approach to safe pain management, you’ll never be able to change the culture … without partners like Quest, it doesn’t happen. …”
For more information on Quest Center for Integrative Health, or our new Clackamas County Clinic, please visit us as www.quest-center.org. For more info on our community partners, please visit Clackamas County and CareOregon websites.
Quest Center for Integrative Health:
Founded in 1989, Quest Center’s mission is to provide integrative healthcare services, education and inclusive community support to people seeking a wellness-focused approach to fully living. Quest was originally a psychosocial support service provider for people living with HIV/AIDS. Since that time, Quest’s services have expanded to include all those living with chronic illnesses and pain. Our services have adapted to have a holistically focused medical/wellness component to them. For nearly three decades, our vision remains constant: we strive to meet the needs of people who are experiencing challenges to their physical, mental and emotional health. We endeavor to create a place of healing, where our patients trust and value Quest Center as an inclusive, empowering, safe and diverse community of support.