The Team at Rimrock Trails is thrilled to announce we have reopened our Adolescent Residential Treatment Program.

Located in beautiful Prineville, Oregon, Rimrock Trails Residential Treatment Program is specifically designed for adolescents 12-17 years of age who are struggling with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.

We are especially grateful to our community and partnering agencies Statewide, including the Oregon Health Authority, Oregon Council for Behavioral Health, and Pacific Source Community Solutions who showed unwavering support and encouragement for reopening the youth residential treatment program. We couldn't have done it without you.

For adolescent residential admissions and information, contact our Admissions Coordinator at 458-207-6443.


Dr. Mel Rose, PsyD, LCSW

Director of Residential Operations

Rimrock Trails is pleased to welcome Dr. Mel Rose as our new Director of Residential Operations. Mel has worked in residential treatment facilities for many years and has an MSW degree and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a specialty in Pediatric Psychology. Mel hopes to be a positive contributor to the residential program as it moves forward and serves adolescents dealing with a broad range of substance use and mental health issues. An avid hiker and equestrian, Mel has a daughter living in California and a new puppy named Puffin.


A Life Changing Lunch

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and community, our Prineville Community Engagement Team raised $15,000 at our first-ever fundraising luncheon to benefit Rimrock Trails Programs.

Together, we can do great things!

We want to give a special thank you to our Title Sponsor, Taylor Northwest, LLC, and Featured Sponsor Les Schwab Tires.

We are also grateful for

Our Champion Sponsors St. Charles Health Systems, Facebook Meta and Coldwell Banker Sun Country:

Our Partners Evergreen Home Loans, MidOregon Credit Union, and Prineville Insurance:

Our Friends American Family Insurance, Erickson's Thriftway, Hooker Creek, and Mooney Marketing, LLC:


Our Peeps The Printing Post, Ron's Comfort Food and Studio Jay

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Meet Vince and Ruth.

Vince reached out to us early this year with a dream of running the Eugene Marathon in honor of his best friend Kiefer. Not only did he meet his expectations he also smashed them. Vince completed his Marathon and with Ruth's help, raised nearly $9,000 to support mental health awareness!

The marathon was more than a race for Vince. See, his best friend Kiefer, lost his battle with mental illness last October. Vince knew his friend was hurting but never in a million years had thought Kiefer’s despair ran so deep. Vince knows that to prevent others from having the same outcome we need to be able to talk about our pain. There is no shame in reaching out!

Ruth was so moved by Vince's story she joined his team, ran the 5K, and helped contribute to the cause.

Through this event, Vince and Ruth have brought both awareness and compassion to the issue of mental health. It couldn’t have come at a better time as May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

We are so honored to have been able to collaborate with Vince and Ruth.

If you want to support them in their endeavors, go to #.

Help Vince and Ruth keep the Magic alive!


Thank You Wild Ride Brewing

Wild Ride Brewing presented a $3,700 check to Rimrock Trails benefitting Kiefer's Magical Legacy Fund. In all, The Kiefer's Magical Brew Bash event raised $8,000 to support mental health awareness programs and ensure that individuals and families can access mental health services, no matter their financial circumstances.

Thank you to Robin at See My Toes Polish for supporting mental health in 2022! In support of mental health, See My Toes is fundraising for Rimrock Trails and Portland's Foster Youth with Project Lemonade.

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Back to the Basics

Since 1949, Mental Health America and many other organizations have observed May as Mental Health Month by reaching out to millions of people through the media, local events, and screenings.

Rimrock Trails invites other organizations to join us in spreading the word that mental health is something everyone should care about by using the May is Mental Health Month toolkit materials and conducting awareness activities.

Click Here to Download Mental Health America's Toolkit

May is Mental Health Awareness Month


Mental Health Awareness Month is here!

This May, we are focusing on the power that role models have in destigmatizing mental health and encouraging people to find support.

Research shows that nearly 3-in-4 young people say hearing friends, family members, or coworkers talk about personal mental health struggles inspires them to improve their mental health.

We’re looking for stories and anecdotes that speak to the power of taking care of your mental health so that this month, we can create inspiring social media campaigns.

What has helped you manage your mental health? 

Your words will make a big impact - share them with us here!

Thanks for getting involved!

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Prineville Location
446 NW 3rd Street 
Prineville, OR 97754
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548 SW 13th Street
Bend, OR 97702
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215 SW 7th Street
 Redmond, OR 97756
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