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Cedar Bay

Cedar Bay is a 5 bed residential treatment home licensed by the State of Oregon on November 21, 2006.  Cedar Bay is located in Coos County in the city of North Bend, Oregon. 

Cedar Bay serves 5 adults discharged from the Oregon State Hospital.  Residential care and treatment are provided to enable the residents to transition back into the community as regular and productive citizens.  Care and supervision are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by a Psychiatric Nurse Practioner and a Qualified Mental Health Professional, in addition to the rest of the trained and caring staff of Cedar Bay.

Cedar Bay has private bedrooms for all residents, as well as lots of common living space including a recreation room and a TV room. The home is also equiped with a nice deck in the back of the house which serves as a perfect place to enjoy pleasent summer evenings.  

Cedar Bay is in an ideal location, fishing and other recreational activities are literally twenty (20) feet out the back door yet it is still only a few blocks from downtown North Bend and county services.

Admission and visitation is only by prior arrangement, contact the Facility Administrator for admission information.


If this is a mental health emergency call 911, Coos County Mental Health at 541-756-8601 or your local mental health agency.

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