The Blast! is a 5K Color Blasting Run/Walk fundraiser to support Peer Power's mentoring programs and other activities. Peer Power is the prevention program at Adapt. The focus of Peer Power's programs is the prevention of: substance abuse, problem gambling, suicide, child abuse, tobacco use, violence, and bullying. Please click here to learn more about our programs.



Contact us for additional information or questions

Cati Adkins


We provide:

  • Mentoring services to youth in Douglas County
  • Prevention Teams at schools in Douglas County
  • The Resource Zone-Mobile teen drop-in center 
  • Suicide intervention trainings (ASIST & QPR)
  • Problem gambling prevention events and support
Prevention Topics

Bullying Prevention

Gambling Prevention

Substance Abuse Prevention

Suicide Prevention

Violence Prevention


Alcohol Facts

Marijuana Facts

Prescription Drug Abuse

Opiate Facts

Suicide Facts

Bullying Facts

Violence Facts

Child Abuse Facts

Tobacco Facts

If you have any questions please call Cati at 541-492-0145.
You can also send an email to:

Peer Power is the Prevention Department at Adapt.

While Adapt is well known for its alcohol, drug, and gambling treatment services, it may not be as well known that we also have had a substance abuse and gambling prevention department for many years.