This event is the organization’s first-ever Bend-based event.


The Rimrock Trails’ Bend Community Engagement Team is pleased to announce on February 16, at the Aspen Hall in Shevlin Park 18920 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend, OR 97701 they will hold a mental health awareness and fundraising event Harvesting Hope Presented by Finding My True North. Guests will enjoy a wine pairing with wines by Janes Family Wine Club and cuisine by Bowtie Catering, entertainment provided by Christy Collins and Jayson Berray as well as live and silent auctions. Tickets are limited and can be purchased for $50 at

“The Harvesting Hope mental health and fundraising event could not come at a better time. The ongoing impact of the COVID pandemic has substantially affected the health and well-being of our community. We are especially grateful to our team and partners who have put this wonderful and timely event together.” – Michelle Duff, Community Relations Manager, Rimrock Trails Treatment Services 

Rimrock Trails Treatment Services and its 64 employees are committed to creating lasting change in the lives of individuals and families in Central Oregon by providing timely access to evidence-based and affordable mental health services. They make available vital services for many of Central Oregon’s rural, underserved and vulnerable children, teens, adults, and families who are struggling with mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety relating to complex co-occurring problems including trauma, parental substance use, abuse, and/or violence. Mental health and substance use issues are primary public health issues facing the Central Oregon community. It is estimated that 1 in 5 adults and 1 in 6 youth experience a mental health illness yet only 44.8% of those adults and 50.6% of the youth receive treatment. In addition, mental health concerns have increased substantially over the course of the last several months, as the pandemic drastically changed lives. Increases in depression and anxiety are hovering in the double digits and it is estimated that the demand for mental health services has increased by 48% due to the crisis.

Access to quality and effective behavioral health services is imperative to creating healthy, resilient, and thriving communities. This year Rimrock Trails is on track to provide over 7,000 behavioral health services in their Bend, Prineville, and Redmond outpatient counseling clinics. These services include individual, group, and family therapy, peer support services connecting individuals to vital community services, comprehensive care management, disordered eating, and substance use disorder treatment. As a nonprofit human services agency, Rimrock relies on support from the community and its partners to strategically meet the clients where they are at. Supporting Harvesting Hope will help ensure that individuals and families in Central Oregon have access to quality, affordable healthcare where individuals have the opportunity to maximize their mental and emotional health and are able to lead independent and productive lives.


About Rimrock Trails Treatment Services –


Established in 1990, the mission of Rimrock Trails is to provide comprehensive, evidence-based treatment services to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by substance use and mental health issues. They create a foundation for healing, strengthen family connections, and offer hope for a brighter future.

Rimrock Trails is a 501c3 nonprofit specialty behavioral health provider. For over three decades the administration, board of directors, and team of behavioral health care professionals at Rimrock Trails have been dedicated to helping create lasting change in the lives of individuals and families struggling with mental health and substance use disorders. With counseling clinics for persons of all ages in Bend, Redmond, and Prineville as well as their Crook County-based Adolescent Residential Treatment Program, the organization has helped tens of thousands of individuals and families in Central Oregon and beyond.

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