Adam Livengood, MA


Lead Research Program Manager

Adam Livengood is a Research Program Manager at IREACH. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Central College and a Master’s degree in Social Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa. Over the past 12 years, Adam has coordinated a variety of community-based participatory research initiatives and clinical trials, including interventions designed to strengthen social and behavioral health and reduce risk, with a focus on rural and medically-underserved populations. His research interests include addiction treatment and overdose prevention, co-occurring substance-use disorders, culturally adapted suicide prevention models, chemical dependency professional/substance-use disorder counselor training programs, and the health impacts of public policy. At IREACH, Adam provides project management and coordination support for the Native Center for Alcohol Research and Education (NCARE), the Native American Research Centers for Health (NARCH) in partnership with Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness in Maine, and community outreach and engagement for the Northwest Health Education and Research Outcomes Network (NW HERON). Outside the office, Adam enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest one adventure at a time.

IREACH Programs


Adam Livengood



  • Northwest Health Education and Research Outcomes Network