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About Us

Compassion Center is a Management Services Organization Providing Disruptive Incubations and Socioeconomic Innovations Leading Towards A More Wholesome Empowerment of Underserved Populations, Worldwide.

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Donations

Compassion Center is a 501(c)(3) public charity organization. As such, individual donations are tax deductible* to the maximum allowed in an individual's case.

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How We Work

Compassion Center manages its many programs through a group of advisors, committees, fiduciaries and law firms to ensure 100% compliance with all laws.

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Professional Help

MSOplus is a professionally curated group of seasoned business experts, administrators professionals, fiduciaries and managers who specialize in serving.

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Accountability

Compassion Center's Board's Office of Accountability & Transparency (OAT) is tasked with administering and auditing, evaluating and adjusting its programs.

Compassion Center is Advancing the Scope of Science & Health, Food Security, Environmental and Socioeconomic Certainty To Heal Us All

Compassion Center International Outreach Program in Kenya conducted in cooperation with Victors Rescue CBO, a local community based center in Isiolo, Kenya. Photo: Jon Rothberg

A Legacy of Compassion

After 22 years of direct community service and successful operation, the board of Compassion Center recognizes the processes and policies that have allowed them to outlast their initial set of competition. As such, Compassion Center is taking proactive approaches to strengthening a variety of programs for our future generations.


Compassion Center has reorganized a majority of its primary business focus towards the future of integrative diagnostics, modalities, outcome management and management services. To do this, the organization is bifurcating its core operations into two operational NGO (2) silos; MSOplus and Integrative ECS; and (1) research silo; Center for Incubation & Findings Research (CIFR), respectively. This has been completed.


Aligning with the future of socioeconomic and integrative wholeness, Compassion Center has converted into a cloud based, mostly automated program proficiency and transparency platform to deliver its programs, internationally, so that the entire world can embrace our many global providers and professionally refined education, socioeconomic and clinical solutions, in-situ.


Compassion Center technology, accountability, administrative and fiduciary processes entrust and elevate people to empower the future of Compassion Center to Empower YOU. 

 

To learn more about how you too can become a part of the socioeconomic, environmental, and even local healthcare revolutions, click here and buckle up your seatbelt, we’re going to the next level, together, just like we always envisioned.

 

Compassion Center is always looking for new applications to serve on the Board of Trustees, Board of Directors and Executive Committees, please submit your CV or resume to us here.

A division of the Compassion Center, MSOplus (MSO+) empowers its global providers, clinics, health/mental health care facilities, hospitals & select legal organizations with a wide range of specialized management and fiduciary services to empower patients, mitigate risk and improve the overall efficiency and delivery of programs, processes of both its clinical and bed-side care facilities, improving direct access to advanced education, credentialing, world-class customer- service and patient/client retention programs, strengthening local underserved communities, and healthcare systems as a result of empathy and compassion- the way it should be.

 

In contrast, the Compassion Center’s Center for Incubation & Findings Research (CIFR) is a lead institution for the Community Based Clinical Cannabis Evaluation and Research Network (CBCCERN), a nationwide network of clinical and principle investigators who research the efficacy of cannabis for the treatment of chronic and intractable conditions that are not currently well-addressed by FDA-approved therapies.

 

In addition, through a series of contracts and long-term business relationships, the Center for Incubation & Findings Research provides folks with a variety of resources and MSOplus work together to develop and provide bespoke solutions to other qualifying nonprofits, medical clinics, healthcare facilities and law firms to maximize fiscal impacts, responsibly.

 

 

Lastly, Integrative ECS provides hospitals, clinic systems, correctional facilities and employers with the ability to safely integrate and manage the use of medical cannabis by both inpatient and outpatient users.

 

Working through our division, Integrative ECS, the Compassion Center provides a wide range of categorically complex, terminally ill and underserved patients with a full line of clinical medical cannabis evaluations, patient education, unbiased guidance on integrative healthcare, therapeutic protocols and professionally refined solutions for realigning mind-body-spirit with optimal total human wellness. At Compassion Center, we focus on wellness optimization, leading patients away from the disease management therapeutics.

 

 

The Compassion Center continues to guide and support research efforts in allied fields through the Center for Incubation and Findings Research (CIFR), a socioeconomic and healthcare research institute, business development incubator and research institute management provider dedicated to advancing solutions that better serve the greater good through advancing access and affordability. How can Compassion Center advance your research while preserving that intellectual property for the future of mankind at large?

 

Important Compassion Center Information

FEIN: 27-0014579 | OR-DOJ: 31382 | BRIDGE: 4222111255

EDUCATION | ADVOCACY | INNOVATION

 
COMPASSION CENTER PROVIDES CLINICAL SERVICES IN THE ABOVE STATES. IN THE EVENT YOUR STATE IS NOT LISTED, CHECK BACK SOON.

Serving Patients, Providers, Facilities, Nonprofits and Firms in: Oregon, Utah, Nevada, California, Washington, Arizona, Hawaii, Wyoming, Texas, Florida, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky, Colorado, New Mexico, Alabama and Wisconsin with new states being added all the time, check back soon if you don’t see yours listed above!

 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 750865, Las Vegas, NV 89136-0865

International Headquarters:

Offices: Compassion Center, 1915 NE Stucki Ave, Ste 308, Hillsboro, OR 97006
T/F: 1-844-842-COMPASSION (844-842-2667) | O: 541-484-6558 | F: 541-484-0891

Mail Correspondence: Compassion Center, P.O. Box 868, Clackamas, OR 97015 

 
NOTE: THESE LOCATIONS HOUSE COMPASSION CENTER’S CORPORATE OPERATIONS AND THE OFFICE OF ACCOUNTABILITY & TRANSPARENCY (OAT), AND DO NOT PROVIDE ANY FORM OF IN-PERSON SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC DIRECTLY THROUGH THESE ADMINISTRATIONS. 
 
PLEASE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE COMPASSION CENTER BY VISITING US HERE TO BE CONNECTED TO A LOCATION NEAREST YOU THAT IS BEST SUITED TO ADDRESS YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS. 
 
NOT ALL SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE AT ALL LOCATIONS BUT ALL SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE ALL THE TIME SO PLEASE REACH OUT AND LET’S EXPLORE HOW COMPASSION CENTER CAN HELP. 
 

Compassion Center Historic Timeline

Thursday, June 7, 2001
Compassion Center is Chartered and Founded in Eugene
Center for Nonprofit Law in Eugene Oregon helped establish the Compassion Center, with the intention of creating a local community resource center combining clinical recommendations and education regarding various state programs available to underserved citizens.
Thursday, June 7, 2001
Monday, April 21, 2003
Compassion Center expands and relocates to W. Eugene
Outgrowing the original warehouse space on S. Bertelsen Rd., the clinic was moved to 2055 W. 12th Ave., Eugene, OR 97402, where doctors held clinics and provided provider and patient education, and state recommendations while the organization hosted local patient, caregiver and producer meetings in its community resource center for almost 15 years serving over 18,000 local community members with program guidance, compassion and unbiased education regarding Oregon's Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP).
Monday, April 21, 2003
2005 Oregon Legislative Session - Multiple Dates
Compassion Center Helps Expand the OMMP, Correctly
Along with a group of community based organizations, patient advocates, administrators, lawmakers, judges, district attorneys, law enforcement agencies and universities, the Compassion Center's own research institute provided blind patient data and usage statistics that supported expansions outlined in SB-1085, regardless of additional restrictions it would impose on producers, in order to better protect the patients, and providers, that were enrolled in the state program.
2005 Oregon Legislative Session - Multiple Dates
2010 Oregon Legislative Session - Multiple Dates
Compassion Center Partners w/Patient Rights Coalition
Following through on a previous directive from the Oregon Legislature, Compassion Center teamed up with a coalition of patients, community based nonprofit organizations, administrators and lawmakers to revise the Classification of Cannabis on Oregon's Controlled Substances Act resulting in a CSA Schedule II rating and the legal protections for hospitalists, emergency internists, general family practitioners and more as they integrated medical cannabis and navigated the system in favor of integrative medicine.
2010 Oregon Legislative Session - Multiple Dates
2010-2011 Annual Readership Poll
Compassion Center Voted #17 out of Top 100 Nonprofits
Under the leadership of Cheryl Smith, Exec. Director, Compassion Center was voted #17 out of the top 100 nonprofits in Oregon to work for, as determined by a poll conducted by Oregon Business Magazine. Cheryl was instrumental in leading the organization.
2010-2011 Annual Readership Poll
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Compassion Center Joins the Regional Oregon HIV Alliance
Connecting underserved citizens with healthcare, HIV testing, prevention and resources for those in need is one of the most compassionate things one can do for another, and it was an honor to join the HIV Alliance and align these resources for our patient base.
Thursday, February 27, 2014
2014 Oregon Legislative Session - Multiple Dates
Compassion Center Advocates For Patient Rights in Salem
Recognizing an emerging trend, Compassion Center sent Andrew Nonnenmacher, Exec. Director and Kris McAlister to Salem, Oregon to protect patient rights with regard to newly emerging laws and state regulations. This meeting was the catalyst for generational change.
2014 Oregon Legislative Session - Multiple Dates
Monday, January 9, 2017
Compassion Center Consolidates w/Cannalogix Foundation
Leading a variety of disruptive innovations in integrative healthcare, the Compassion Center took initiative and seized an opportunity to partner with the Cannalogix Foundation Research Institute (CFRI) by managing their national group of researchers, and the organization as a whole, on a joint-research patient study, allowing Compassion Center to expand management services nationally into existing family care clinics or integrative practices to deliver higher care standards.
Monday, January 9, 2017
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Compassion Center Relocates its Corporate Headquarters
Consolidating office space and professional staff with the Cannalogix Foundation, the Compassion Center moved its National corporate headquarters to Cannalogix's Hillsboro Oregon campus, centralizing administrative and accountability staffing, legal, compliance, patient advocacy and operations right next door to the Hillsboro VA Clinic, where they continue to be located today.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Wednesday, March 12, 2017
Compassion Center Closes Its West Eugene Flagship Clinic
Keeping ahead of the ever evolving landscape of medical cannabis and the emerging trends in integrative healthcare, and a series of advancements in technology and tele-health, the Compassion Center Board recognized a not-so-subtle trend in the decline of "in-person appointments", forcing Compassion Center's Board of Directors to make a difficult decision, and close its flagship clinic in West Eugene after almost 15 years of direct community action. Taking a majority of the program online through online groups, tele-health and/or online learning, Compassion Center delivers in-person care and programs through a network of approved clinics, providers and/or healthcare facilities, in addition providing pop-up clinics and similar events that empower communities with improved access to affordable care.
Wednesday, March 12, 2017
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Compassion Center Helps Cannalogix create a Genomic Kit
Keeping in step with our missions to empower communities, clinics, hospice centers and hospitals with the latest, most powerful clinical, diagnostic and therapeutic tools, the Compassion Center helped the Cannalogix Foundation develop the CECD.Solutions Genomic Kit with laboratory, Anantlife Canada, as a "Clinical EndoCannabinoid Deficiency" (CECD) kit combining Genomic Testing with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Datasets. Today, Compassion Center manages CECD.Solutions. Medical providers and patients may use it to obtain, measure and verify otherwise critical insights into genetic/genomic predispositions of patients seeking relief from medical cannabis or hemp- further helping steer protocols and build confidence, despite addictive personality disorders and/or other contributing barriers or contraindications that are currently standing in the way of healing.
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Compassion Center Reorganizes its Structure For The Future
Recognizing the most proficient roles that Compassion Center has played in the overall Continuum of Care, and that the cost of doing business was skyrocketing in nature while revenues were simultaneously dropping in states which had recently legalized marijuana for the adult-use and/or recreational markets, the Compassion Center established MSOplus and Integrative ECS to be the professional and public facing Compassion Center brands, respectively, laying a foundation for the future.
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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Friday, December 21, 2018
Center for Incubation & Findings Research (CIFR) is Created
While Compassion Center always had divisions considered research and advocacy, the Board took a further step and chartered the Center for Incubation & Findings Research (CIFR) to organize and manage ongoing program incubations while expanding additional offerings to support research programs in the integrative healthcare space.

Today, CIFR manages a variety of research programs ranging from CFRI to the CBCCERN, and is branching out into other conventional research channels to fill emerging gaps in integrative therapeutics. In addition to the incubation and management services provided, CIFR establishes a virtual bridge between researchers and the community based organizations driving the measurable change on the streets.
Friday, December 21, 2018
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Compassion Center Appointed VCTF's Management Provider
Compassion Center was selected to be the management services provider (MSO) for the Vape Crisis Task Force (VCTF) and its public facing websites, VapeCrisis.org and VCTF.cc. Officially, the VCTF is a National public safety task force made up of concerned parents, local community leadership, state and federal lobbyists and expert healthcare providers dedicated to unifying agencies, organizations and healthcare facilities on the latest developments, and solutions, in battling the emerging Vape Crisis while educating on how E-cigarette Vapor Associated Lung Injury (EVALI) negatively affects consumers and communities including overwhelming community health systems.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Friday, February 02, 2020
Compassion Center International (CCI) is Initially Chartered
Compassion Center began piloting disruptive programs in the early aughts and in the early twenty-teens expanded Internationally to further ensure global equity and inclusion in the development of integrative healthcare. Taking full accountability for the successes, failures and lessons learned and associated with the management, evaluation, recommendation, follow up and education of patients, providers, administrators and lawmakers, alike, Compassion Center International takes great pride in expanding Compassion Center's United States' born programs well beyond the borders of the USA.
Friday, February 02, 2020

Donations Are Tax Deductible

While we share our knowledge (inter)Nationally, the Compassion Center is an Oregon Headquartered 501(c)(3) public charity management services organization dedicated to professional education, patient advocacy and healthcare innovations that disruptively serve the categorically complex, terminally ill and underserved populations of the world in order to foster wholeness and inclusion for the next generation to live better as a direct result of our efforts, sacrifices and lessons. The more we can learn from our histories, cultures and existing civilizations, the more we can share with eachother and protect future generations.