A New Approach to Mental Health

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – For four months, the dormitory at the Three Bridges program has been Preston Helgesen’s home and safe haven. “I take medication for the voices,” said Preston. “I hear it constantly. It’s, like, a struggle.” At 23 years old, Preston is trying to start a new life, along with 11 others suffering … Continue reading »

Locals Look to Treat Early Psychosis

MEDFORD, Ore. – Teens suffering from severe mental health conditions are closer to getting the help they need in Southern Oregon. Jackson and Josephine counties are applying to become part of a state program called EASA, or the Early Assessment and Support Alliance, which experts say could help prevent a lifetime of anti-social or even … Continue reading »