Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What About Testing

Adapt is unable to test for Covid-19. If you are experiencing symptoms, contact your primary care provider before coming in to the clinic.

Learn More: What You Should Know About Testing for COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Adapt Integrated Health Care has taken steps to protect the health of our patients, staff, and visitors. We have set up appropriate screening to our facilities, and we are providing guidance to our staff members on how to deal with the possibility of COVID-19 cases.

What Our Patients Should Know

Adapt remains open at all locations with all services available.
• Following CDC guidelines and to offer the greatest protection to patients and staff, Adapt continues to require facial coverings, social distancing, and screening at entry for all staff, patients, and visitors at all clinic locations. We also pre-screen during appointment call reminders.
Adapt offers all services in-person and via telehealth, including primary care, mental health care, and addiction treatment.
• If you have a fever (100.4 degrees or higher), cough or shortness of breath, please call our office to reschedule your appointment.
• While we may not be able to provide service in-person if you are experiencing the symptoms above, our crisis phone line is available. Call our 24-hour Crisis Line at 1‑(800) 866-9780.



News Releases

5/27/2021 – Adapt Covid-19 Response Update (Press Release)

11/23/2020 – Adapt Update on COVID-19 Response (Press Release)

5/21/2020 – Preventing Misuse & Abuse of Alcohol (Press Release)

5/11/20 – Adapt Update on COVID-19 Response (Press Release)

3/27/20 – Adapt Response to COVID-19 (Press Release)

Stress and Coping

We understand that the outbreak of COVID-19 can cause stress for people. Our 24-hour Crisis Line at (541) 440-3532 or (800) 866-9780 will remain available.

Learn More: Manage Anxiety & Stress About COVID-19

Prevent the Spread of the Flu, Common Cold, and COVID-19

If You Are Sick:

• Stay home except for getting medical care if needed
• Avoid crowded public areas
• Avoid public transportation
• Stay away from others by staying in a separate room and away from others as much as possible.
• Seek prompt medical attention if your illness is worsening (e.g., difficulty breathing).
• Call 911 if you have a medical emergency

Learn More: What To Do If You Are Sick

To Protect Others and Prevent Spread:

• Wash hands often with soap and water. If not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
• Avoid close contact with people who are sick
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw it away. If you don’t have a tissue, cough into your elbow
• Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces that you frequently touch

What to Do If You Are at Higher Risk:

• Stay at home as much as possible
• Make sure you have access to several weeks of medications and supplies in case you need to stay home for prolonged periods of time.
• When you go out in public, keep away from others who are sick, limit close contact and wash your hands often
• Avoid crowds
• Stay up to date on CDC Travel Health Notices and Guidance

Where to Get More Information . . .

Douglas County Resources

Douglas Public Health Network’s Facebook

Oregon Resources

Oregon Covid-19 Vaccine Finder
Oregon Health Authority COVID-19
OHA Facebook
OHA Twitter Call 211, 7 days a week 8 AM -11 PM to speak with a live person who will help answer frequently asked questions. Or visit

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

CDC Covid-19
What you need to know about COVID-19 (CDC)
Frequently Asked Questions (CDC)
Get Your Household Ready for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (CDC)
People More At Risk (CDC)
Travel Notices (CDC)