New Pathways

What: A Pain and Education Group available to all at Siskiyou Community Health Center
Where: Siskiyou Community Health Center
Contact: Michelle Marikos (541) 944-7110

Living Well With Chronic Pain Self Management Program

What: 6 week workshop. Meets once per week for 2 ½ hours. Stanford University program led by two trained facilitators. Participants learn skills to improve quality of life and increase self-efficacy in managing chronic pain symptoms.
Where: Workshops offered in community settings in Jackson and Josephine Counties.
Contact: Register for next available start date – Call 541-864-9611 or email

BREAKING FREE of Chronic Pain

When: 8 week series, once a week for 90 minutes
What: Self-help program teaches tools and techniques for self-care and chronic pain management. Learn about the nature of chronic pain as a mind-body phenomenon. Understand the impact of lifestyle, stress and diet on pain levels. Learn how to retrain your nervous system, gain more control over your mood, achieve better function and improve your quality of life.
Where: Orenda Energy Arts, 617 East Main St, Medford
Reserve your spot: Call Integrative Healing & Recovery Programs (541) 210-1952

Oregon Pain Guidance Group

What: Group of healthcare professionals and community partners promoting best practices for managing complex, chronic non-cancer pain.
When: Meets monthly on third Wednesday 6-8 PM (5:30 dinner – $10) CME available for a small fee.
Where: Smullin Center – room 108, Medford, OR
Also meets same time at Three Rivers Hospital, Grants Pass, OR
To get on the OPG email list, email your contact details.