12 agencies, groups receive Cascade Health Alliance grants in 2019

December 12, 2018

12 agencies, groups receive Cascade Health Alliance grants in 2019

At least 12 local groups, agencies and institutions are receiving grants from Cascade Health Alliance in 2019.

Cascade Health Alliance is a coordinated care organization, or CCO, that serves residents who are on the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) in Klamath County, in addition to Medicare members through ATRIO Health Plans.

The 12 recipients for the upcoming year include Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Klamath County, Klamath Basin Senior Citizens Center, Klamath Housing Authority, Friends of the Children, Lost River Community Center, Sanford’s Children’s Clinic, Chiloquin Elementary, Chiloquin Visions in Progress, Sage Community School, Pregnancy Hope Center and Skyline District Cross-Country Camps.

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Cascade Health Alliance is helping new mothers get the supplies they need.

Cascade Health Alliance and over 30 of it’s community partners recently sponsored a community baby shower help new mothers get the supplies they need and connect families with other medical and support services.

 

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Cascade Health Alliance working to improve community spaces in Klamath Falls

September 28, 2018

Tayo Akins, CEO of Cascade Health Alliance, and his entire staff were at the at Mills-Kiwanis Park opening event and have been working collaboratively with the Mills Neighborhood Association to create an environment people are proud to live in and feel safe using public spaces. Over the last year, CHA has contributed more than $50,000 to help improve community health outcomes through member engagement and community space improvements.

 

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