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Our name has changed, but we haven’t

Cascade Centers is now Canopy.

Innovative Mental Health Leader Cascade Centers Is Now Canopy

Cascade Centers, Inc., has changed its name to Canopy. Along with a new name, the company introduced a new logo and colors, as part of its rebrand.

Canopy, Inc. Reorganizes Leadership to Respond to Service Demands

Canopy, Inc. (Canopy), one of the nation's largest privately held Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), announced the reorganization of leadership roles throughout the company.

COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan

This is an unprecedented time for everyone, and the situation is changing daily. Canopy is committed and prepared to address the evolving risk posed by COVID–19. Canopy's business continuity plan is designed to protect the health and safety of our people, our clients and our communities, to maintaining our business operations and to ensuring clients receive the highest quality service without disruption.

Canopy and Beyond Well Solutions Announces an Innovative Private Employee Mental Health Podcast Platform

This pioneering platform of a private company–branded podcast is designed to improve employee engagement and increase EAP utilization performance .

The LifeBalance Program Team Up for Employee Well-being and Happiness

The LifeBalance Program and Canopy have partnered up to provide health, happiness, and savings to Canopy clients and their employees. Beginning March 1, 2019, the approximate 90,000 employees serviced by Canopy will have access to the LifeBalance Program's exclusive network of recreational, cultural, well–being, and travel savings.

Canopy Awarded as #4 Healthiest Employers in Oregon, size 2 - 99

Canopy' wellness program encourages healthy behaviors, promotes social engagement, and inspires employees to give back to the local community. The wellness program targets four main components of health, which include mental health (stress management, assessments with customized recommendations, massages), physical health (biometric screenings, standing desks), social health (staff night out, e.g. Paint Nite, nature hikes), and community health (clothing drives, volunteer events).

Canopy Partners with Psyinnovations to Provide Digital Mental Health Solutions

PsyInnovations, the developer of the mental and behavioral health platform, wayForward, has announced a multi–year partnership with Canopy, Inc., a Portland, Oregon based EAP that aims to improve employee wellbeing and health. Canopy will use PsyInnovations' wayForward platform as a core part of their Employee Assistance Program's (EAP) offering to employers.

From the Portland Business Journal

A Proactive Mental Health Tool

For nearly 40 years, Portland–based Canopy Inc. has built a successful business providing counseling, a crisis line, work–life balance programs and health and wellness coaching for employer groups.

Expanded Focus on Mental Health Bolsters Workplace Wellness

NW Human Resource Association Article

There is a direct link between job performance and employee health. To improve employee health and enhance productivity, many employers have focused on health risk factors such as obesity, physical inactivity, and tobacco use. However, it is becoming increasingly evident that wellness goes beyond physical fitness and good nutrition.

Canopy, Inc. to Use hubbub Wellness Platform as Key Tool in EAP Program

Thousands of employees gain access to health and wellness resources available in the hubbub platform

hubbub health, an online and mobile wellness platform, and Canopy, Inc., a company committed to supporting families with drug abuse and other health–related challenges, are working together to use technology and innovation to help thousands of Canopy's client workforce develop healthy habits in and outside of the workplace, leading to improved productivity.

Canopy, Inc. Demonstrates Measurable Outcomes due to Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Intervention, including 44% Improvement in Absenteeism

Historically, the Employee Assistance field has measured the effectiveness of services by reporting on basic metrics, such as employee utilization and employee satisfaction. While allowing employers to capitalize on a “feel good” element by providing a benefit employees appreciate, the metrics have not fully illustrated the positive impact of offering an EAP.

Canopy, Inc. Receives National Accreditation

Canopy, Inc. (Canopy) was recently accredited by the American Association of Suicidology (AAS). The AAS is a national leader in the advancement of scientific and programmatic efforts in suicide prevention through research, education, training, development of standards and resources, and through survivor support services. Canopy, Inc. is one of three organizations in Oregon that has been accredited by AAS.

Canopy, Inc. Announces an Additional Owner

Canopy, Inc. (Canopy) recently announced Julie Marshall, Ph.D., as a new stockholder of the firm. Dr. Marshall is the current Vice President of Clinical Operations. Dr. Marshall has been with Canopy for over 14 years.

Canopy, Inc. Awarded Oregon Military Assistance Helpline

Canopy, Inc. was recently awarded a contract with the Oregon National Guard to provide Oregon veterans, service members, and their families with 24/7/365 resources to address crisis intervention, personal concerns, and other issues facing military families through a new helpline called the Oregon Military Assistance Helpline (ORMAH).

Employers Save $10.5 Million in Employee Costs

Canopy, Inc., Employee Assistance Program, (Canopy EAP) announced today that, in 2008, employers under contract with Canopy EAP realized a 4:1 Return on Investment (ROI).

Canopy, Inc offers a preventative health and wellness program as part of their core Employee Assistance Program.

Starting July 1, 2006, Canopy, Inc. will be the only Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in the nation offering its members unlimited phone and e–mail access to personal health coaches as a core component of the EAP.
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