Our History:

 The administration, board of directors, and team of professionals at Rimrock Trails are dedicated to helping create lasting, positive change in the lives of individuals and families. Rimrock Trails was established as a nonprofit, adolescent residential substance use program at the Prineville Pioneer Memorial Hospital in 1990. Four years later the organization acquired property on 9th Street in Prineville where the flagship program currently operates. A second building was constructed on the property in 1998 to house outpatient services, administrative offices, a learning center, indoor rock climbing wall, gym, and weight room. We now operate comprehensive outpatient care in three areas throughout Central Oregon for individuals under age 25, and we are approaching three decades of service. Rimrock Trails now leads the system of care for addressing substance use and mental health disorders of young adults in our region.

In 2019, we expanded our outpatient services to include mental health treatment for both young children and adults.

 

2017 camping trip at Lookout Mountain summit in the Ochocos (Prineville, OR)

We’re here to help.