Trillium to Offer Free Parenting Resources

Trillium and it’s community partners are teaming up to provide parenting resources free of charge for those who have children covered by Trillium, a Medicaid provider. Dr. Thomas Wuest with Trillium said they are currently serving about 90,000 people in Lane and western Douglas counties.

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Oregon Governor Tours New Umpqua Health Newton Creek Medical Facility

Oregon Governor Kate Brown got a firsthand look at the 25,000-square-foot Umpqua Health Newton Creek medical facility in Roseburg. The Newton Creek Medical Facility will bring up to twelve new providers to the area. Brown said, “It is visionary, the building was designed to enhance and support patient privacy and ensure patient and staff safety, as well as being completely ADA accessible.”

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Community shows huge support for inaugural ‘Out of the Darkness’ suicide awareness walk organized by Advanced Health

August 10, 2018

A large gathering of supporters joined together for the inaugural ‘Out of the Darkness” suicide awareness walk organized by Advanced Health and its local partners. About 290 people attended the walk that raised over $11,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) for research, education and support services for all those affected by suicide. Advance Health’s chief healthcare transformation officer Lisa Hendricks, a member of the Suicide Prevention Committee in the county, said it’s been working on ways to address the challenges the community faces around suicide. In the most recent Coos County Community Health Improvement Plan (2015-2020), it stated from 2009 to 2011, there were 142 suicide-related hospitalizations in the area.

 

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