MEDFORD, Ore. – Hundreds of people walked through downtown Medford on September 30th for walks for recovery. Walkers gathered at Hawthorne Park to share their stories of addiction and recovery before taking to the streets. Organizers say this event ...

In this Mental Health Minute, we hear from Leticia Welch, who is a Certified Recovery Mentor Services Supervisor at Addictions Recovery Center, She shares that recovery is possible and sustainable, with the right support and connections. If you are struggling ...

Two families displaced by the Almeda Fire were able to begin the rebuilding process of their new homes with the help of Habitat for Humanity. For the Garcia and Diaz families, emotions ran high Saturday morning. Each family will own ...

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Now that the Bootleg Fire is fully contained, the Klamath Tribes are beginning to assess the damage caused to their land, along with the forest service. Klamath Tribes Chairman, Don Gentry, says one-quarter of their treaty ...

TALENT, Ore.– Dozens of Almeda Fire survivors are moving in to new homes in talent this week. Totem pole trailer park in talent will soon house 27 displaced families. They won’t pay rent for almost a year, and for now will ...

TALENT, Ore. —Six months after the Almeda Fire, some Talent residents are still looking for rebuilding answers. The city council met Wednesday to discuss a resolution about building codes, that have kept some fire victims at a standstill and prevented ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — A yoga center in Ashland is offering a special series to COVID-19 survivors still struggling with lingering symptoms. Natalie Stawsky has owned the Ashland Yoga Center for over 3 years, but she’s been instructing much longer. “I’ve ...

TALENT, Ore. — Building is booming in Talent! The city says it’s working hard to approve all building permits, and, cutting costs at the same time. The interim Talent City Manager, Jamie McLeod-Skinner, says many people are hoping to re-build ...

OREGON — A ‘Wildfire Recovery’ Legislative Session was held earlier tonight, with state representatives discussing temporary housing, the housing deficit and funding. Representatives discussed how the wildfires in the state had a ‘disproportionate impact’, affecting Oregonians with a low socioeconomic ...

MEDFORD, Ore —Along with mental health concerns, overdoses are rising a staggering rate since the pandemic. It’s no secret, it’s not been an easy year for many people. And the numbers reflect the damage done by COVID-19 extends way beyond ...

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