Do you live in Benton, Lincoln, or Linn County?

Whether you’re a pain patient yourself, or you’re trying to get help for someone close to you or in your community, these organizations and support groups in Oregon help people manage chronic pain or try to resolve their dependence on prescription pain relievers.

Pain Management Support Groups and Organizations in Oregon

ACT Beyond Pain Program

This program uses modern pain science and evidence-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to guide students in an understanding of pain, and in developing tools with which to change their respective pain experiences.  An eight-week course for anyone with persistent pain, be it physical, emotional or both (pain is pain). The class includes 90-minutes of instruction and 30-minutes of gentle, chair yoga. For more information, contact or call (541) 967-3866 x2529

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Chronic Pain: Samaritan Good Move Program

An eight-week program based on the proven Move Beyond Pain® curriculum. The class will provide a basic understanding of chronic pain and cover topics such as medications, supplements, exercise, diet, therapy, and biomechanics. Participants will learn methods to set goals, get moving and reduce stress. Available in Albany and Lebanon, OR. Cost: $50, limited scholarships available. Call for information: (541) 768-4855.

Corvallis Pain Management

Corvallis Pain Management is a comprehensive pain management clinic with a sincere belief in an integrated, unique care plan with the patient at its center. Our providers all take pride in having excellent bedside manner, the utmost care and respect for our patients, and utilizing the latest diagnostic and therapeutic interventional techniques, to develop an individualized comprehensive and effective treatment plan. Two locations in Corvallis and Newport, OR. For more information call (541) 286-4742, email, or visit

Living Well with Chronic Pain

This free, six-session workshop helps adults with chronic pain gain resources and build skills to help manage their pain and live life to the fullest. The workshop teaches participants about exercise, use of medications, communication skills, nutrition, and pacing. Participants will also learn techniques for dealing with some of the side effects of chronic pain, such as frustration, fatigue, isolation and poor sleep. Available in Benton, Lincoln, and Linn counties. Call for information: (541) 768-6070.

Thriving with Pain

Come gather and connect with others who have suffered with chronic pain who want to thrive! Are you tired of suffering or just surviving chronic pain? Come check out this new group based on “From Ow to Wow! Five Steps to Thriving with Pain.”

  • A warm, safe, nurturing space
  • Share experiences, ideas, resources, information, and humor
  • Connect with others who live with similar challenges
  • Foster understanding and ability to thrive
  • Based in Waldport, with availability in Newport

For more information, contact or call (503) 810-4163. Please call to confirm location, day, and meeting time.

Amber Rose Dullea, MA, M.Div. is an inspiring, humorous coach and speaker. She brings an embodied compassion to her work due to living for over a decade with Fibromyalgia and chronic migraines. She combines compassion, humor, a whole system approach, her background as a Licensed Massage Therapist, and nurturing coaching skills to support individuals who live with chronic pain to thrive again by finding and living their Wow! Author of the book, From Ow to Wow! Five Steps to Thriving with Pain.

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