September 27, 2018 Advanced Health and their community partners are working hard to reduce the amount of overdoses caused by fentanyl. In November, there will be several free public events to raise awareness about drug problems in Southern Oregon with panels hosted by the Department of Corrections, law enforcement, health care providers, and other local […]
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September 25, 2018 Roseburg Junior Academy and Freemont Middle School are the first two schools in Douglas County to be approved for free garden beds under the Kitchen Garden Project. Funding to build the garden beds was made possible by a grant from the Umpqua Health Alliance. Nearly a dozen fourth through eighth graders constructed frames for […]
September 11, 2018 OHA conducted a survey among OHP members in late August 2018 to gauge their satisfaction with services, in addition to ways to improve care through CCO 2.0. Notably, 90 percent of OHP members indicated they were satisfied with the plan and the care they had received. Read More: OHA News Release: […]
September 11, 2018 The Oregon Health Policy Board received at its Sept. 11 meeting a draft version of the CCO 2.0 report from the Oregon Health Authority detailing recommended policies and policy implementation expectations. A draft Health Equity Impact Assessment, which features input from OHP members, was also included. OHA will make changes to the […]
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. Read More: KEZI 9: Medicaid Provider Joins Effort to Offer Parenting […]
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 […]