Nestled in the heart of Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley, Philomath and Corvallis are home to the community we call our own. Here we serve a diverse population spanning across all abilities and ages. We consider ourselves blessed to be a part of something much bigger than simply our practice, and truly believe the most powerful posture is one of humility. We seek to serve our community, moving them to excel in health, wellness, and life. To this end, we delight in any opportunity to engage with and give back to our community, and welcome all prospects to pay it forward!
What does ‘Move.Heal.Excel’ mean to your organization and those you serve?
“At ABC House, we provide child abuse assessment services and trauma counseling to help children and their families heal and live a healthy, happy, productive life. We believe everyone we serve should have the opportunity to Move beyond the impact of abuse and Heal physically and emotionally, for the best chance at leading lives with the potential to Excel and thrive!”
-Leslie Fager, Development Coordinator
“‘Move.Heal.Excel.’ is absolutely key in our work with survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Our advocates empower survivors to make needed changes to their lives, so they can move beyond unsafe environments/relationships and work towards healing from their trauma and excelling on their own.”
-Ireland DeRosia, Director of Donor Development and Community Engagement
Community Outreach, Inc.
“At Community Outreach we take a holistic approach to helping our clients build healthy and productive lives. ‘Move.Heal.Excel.’ means the chance to put the past behind them, heal from traumas and injuries, and start building stable lives with the tools and skills they need to thrive.”
-Emily Barton, Development Director
“‘Move.Heal.Excel’ means that when we are furnishing a house for our clients, we make it a home for them. Their children now have a bed to sleep in, a dinner table to share with family, and ability to move forward, heal, and excel in their newly made home which was provided to them from the community we live within.”
-Michelle Maddux-Robison, Executive Director
Grace Center for Adult Day Services
“For those that Grace Center serves, how we move is important to strengthen our bodies so we may excel in our daily lives. Our bodies have the ability to heal themselves, so we should take time to appreciate all that it does and really take care of our bodies.”
-Denise Rattanapaibooncharoen, Outreach Coordinator
Jackson Street Youth Services
“Move all around our region connecting with youth. Heal trauma and end youth homelessness. Excel at helping youth find their way forward.”
-Hannah Miller, Development Director
Lumina Hospice & Palliative Care
“At Lumina we help patients live their best life, for the rest of their life. By caring for patient’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs we help them Move Heal Excel improving their quality of life so they can Live until they die.”
-Angela Hibbard, Director of Development, Marketing, & Outreach
Options Pregnancy Resource Centers
“‘Move.Heal.Excel.’” – For our patients, many of whom have suffered trauma, that means moving forward with hope, healing from the past, and being empowered through love, support, and resources to thrive and excel in life.”
-Celia Breeden, Executive Assistant
“Whether it’s a walk around our neighborhood, playing at the coast, or a hike up a mountain, for us animal lovers at SafeHaven Humane Society ‘Move.Heal.Excel’ means being as active as our pets, getting out and exploring this beautiful area together.”
-Steph Lesire, Events and Development Coordinator
SouthSide Community Outreach
“When I hear ‘Move.Heal.Excel’ it makes me think of the critical role that physical activity plays in a healthy life. At SSYO, our mission is to build strong young lives, and we know that regular and healthy movement is a key ingredient in a strong life. As we excel, we also help our community thrive by contributing back from our own stronger lives.”
-Justin Talbert, Operations Manager
Interested in partnering with us to serve our community?
Please call us at 541.929.2255 (Philomath) or 541.250.4525 (Corvallis)! Ask for our Community Care Coordinator, Dr. Melissa McNulty.