Specialty Mental Health and Substance Use Provider

Established 1990
NEW AT RIMROCK TRAILS
September is Rimrock Trail's Birthday Month
For over 30 years Rimrock Trails has been dedicated to providing access to comprehensive evidence-based treatment services to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by substance use and mental health concerns.

In that time we have served tens of thousands of local individuals and families in our Bend, Redmond, and Prineville counseling clinics and our Crook County-based adolescent residential treatment program. We could not have done it without the unwavering support from you, our community partners, advocates, and volunteers.

This September, we hope you will help us celebrate so that together, we can continue to create a foundation for healing, strengthen family connections, and offer hope for a brighter future for the Central Oregon Community.
Help Us Celebrate

Each quarter with every loan they fund, Mann Mortgage gives back to local non-profits.

Community members can vote as many times as they like for the non-profit of their choice.

The 2021 3rd Quarter votes are due on September 30th, so please take just a moment to download and vote on the above ballot. Then email it to Lisa Hevern at lisa.hevern@mannmortgage.com or fax it to 541-526-5119.

Thank you for encouraging your offices, friends, and families to vote for Rimrock Trails!

Founded in 1990 at the Pioneer Memorial Hospital in Prineville, Rimrock Trails is celebrating 31 years of service to the Central Oregon community.

Why give to Rimrock Trails?

  • Since the Pandemic studies show that 1 in 3 individuals is struggling with a mental health issue.
  • We are expanding access to children and family services in Redmond with the purchase of a new downtown clinic location.
  • Our team is working tireleslly to reopen the Crook County-based Adolescent Residential Treatment Program.
Rimrock Trail’s Quilt Raffle Sponsored by Our Savior’s Stitchin Sisters
Make a donation and earn a chance to win!

With every $5 donation you make to Rimrock Trails, your name will be entered in our raffle to win one of three beautiful quilts, made by Our Savior’s Stitchin Sisters. Three lucky winners will be drawn! 

  
The drawing will be held at our Prineville Business Offices, 1333 NW 9th Street, on October 1, 2021, at noon. Winners will be notified by email and/or a phone call so please complete the Facebook donation form in its entirety. The quilts will be available for pick up at our offices or we can make arrangements to bring them to you.
 
If you would like to purchase your ticket with cash or check please contact michelle.duff@rimrocktrails.org.
MEET OUR TEAM




Lynn Vigil, CADC II, QMHA

Residential Admissions Coordinator





With a heart for helping others, for 8 years Lynn Vigil has dedicated herself to helping the teens and families in the Crook County-based residential treatment program get the care they need in a timely manner.

Lynn earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Marketing. She is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II and a Certified Life Coach. She brings over 23 years of experience working in residential treatment and found Rimrock Trails to be a natural fit where she could marry her passion to help others with her ability to connect with youth.

Lynn shares, “My vision for the residential treatment program is to continue serving youth and to build our program back to where we can be at full capacity. There are many youth in our state that need a safe place to be so that they can work on themselves and learn the skills that will help them grow in life. Rimrock Trails provides that safe place."

Lynn is very involved in the Prineville community and has been married for over 20 years to her amazing husband, Jeff. They have two incredible daughters, Dr. Alexandra Greenberg who is a Chiropractor in Prineville, and Emily Mitchem who is married with two beautiful daughters of her own, Brinley age 4, and Sage, age 20 months. Lynn's granddaughters are the joy and light of her life!

In her free time, Lynn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, working out, gardening, crocheting, and traveling wherever she can with her husband. Their dream is to travel the world once they retire! In addition, she and Jeff are loving fur parents to their beautiful and sweet black lab, Jack Black.

Thank you, Lynn, for your ongoing commitment to Rimrock Trails and the individuals and families we serve.
THANK YOU RIMROCK TRAILS COMMUNITY
The Rimrock Trail's Parking Lot Pop-Up Sale Sponsored by Coldwell Banker Sun Country Earns Nearly $1000
Not even the unanticipatted downpour could stop this amazing team from showing up and helping out at this month's sale.
We are so grateful to the Prineville and Redmond First Interstate Bank Teams for choosing to help Rimrock Trails for their company wide Volunteer Day!

We are so thankful to the team at the Humane Society of the Ochocos who picked up the unsold goods for their thrift store.
Rimrock Trails Receives over $5,000 from the Central Oregon Health Council's 2021 Central Oregon Naloxone Grant
We are so very thankful for the ongoing support of the Central Oregon Health Council. Our longtime community partner has provided us $5,815 to purchase Naloxone kits. Naloxone is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose.

We are grateful for the Central Oregon Health Council's continued partnership.
RESOURCES FOR YOU
Mental and substance use disorders affect communities nationwide, but with commitment and support people with these disorders can achieve healthy lifestyles and lead rewarding lives. September is nationally recognized as Recovery Awareness Month to spread the message that treatment is effective, and people can and do recover. The Recovery Month observance continues to work to improve the lives of those affected by mental and substance use disorders by raising awareness of these disorders and educating communities about the effective treatment, and recovery services available. Rimrock Trails along with the Crook County Health Department is celebrating Recovery Awareness Month all month long on the Crook County Health Department’s Facebook Page.

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Prineville Location
446 NW 3rd Street 
Prineville, OR 97754
541-447-2631
Bend Location
548 SW 13th Street
Bend, OR 97702
541-388-8459
Redmond Location
1655 SW Highland Avenue Redmond, OR 97756
541-388-8459