IMPORTANT: On February 14th 2024 a potential breach of data occurred within Fora Health. The breach was quickly contained and while no explicit evidence of stolen data was found we are taking this breach very seriously. There was no financial information included in the breach. Any patients who could have had exposed personal information viewed will receive a separate notification and we urge anyone with questions to reach out to Fora Health at email@example.com.
News & Articles
Dr. Jennifer Hartley Honored as a Saint by the Portland Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
Dr. Jennifer Hartley, Fora Health’s Medical Director for Withdrawal Management, Innovation & Special Projects, was recently honored as a Saint by the Portland Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, The Order of Benevolent Bliss.
Dr. Eowyn Rieke to Present at National Conferences in 2024
Dr. Eowyn Rieke, Fora Health’s Outpatient Medical Director, recently had three presentations accepted to national conferences in 2024. She will present “Maximally Supportive Care: Creating Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Systems to Improve Engagement and Retention” and “3.7R Medically Monitored Residential: Creating a Critical Service for Complex Patients” at the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) 55th Annual Conference (Dallas, Texas – April 4-7), and “Fent to Bupe: Paths to Success from Camp to Clinic” at the 2024 National Health Care For The Homeless Conference & Policy Symposium (Phoenix, Ariz. – May 13-16).
Two Fora Health Doctors Named Top in Addiction Medicine by Portland Monthly
We are proud to share that two of our esteemed doctors, Dr. Jennifer Hartley and Dr. Eowyn Rieke, were recognized earlier this month as Top Doctors in Addiction Medicine in Portland Monthly’s 20th annual list of the metro area’s top medical providers, as chosen by their peers!
Mission Moments: Kirk
Warning – this story contains references to alcohol poisoning (overdose).
What is Treatment at Fora Health – Part 3: Withdrawal Management
Withdrawal Management, commonly called “detox”, is designed to ensure a safe and medically supervised transition through the most intense phase of withdrawal from drugs and/or alcohol. In this phase, known as acute withdrawal, a person can expect to be in withdrawal management for an average of 3-5 days. The length of stay varies from person to person and depends on use history and type of substance.
Mission Moments: Joseph
“I was diagnosed with depression at a very young age. Beginning in my teens, I experienced a lot of loss in my life. I always felt afraid that my relationships would fall apart and disappear from my life. It was hard to create true connections with that fear looming over me. I felt like I was doomed to be alone.