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Conference of Local Health Officials meets March 21 in Portland and Salem

March 15, 2019

What: The monthly public meeting of the Conference of Local Health Officials (CLHO).

When: March 21, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Where: Portland State Office Building, Room 1E, 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland; and Local Government Center, 1201 Court Street NE, Salem. No conference call option is available for the public.

Agenda: Public Health Advisory Board (PHAB) Incentives and Funding Committee update; active transportation public health metric data; Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) funding; Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Education Program (ADPEP) program element; Sexually Transmitted Infections program element funding, Foodborne Illness Prevention Program remittance factor; OHA updates.

The agenda is subject to change. It will be posted with meeting materials on the Conference of Local Health Officials website at http://www.oregonclho.org before the meeting.

Background: The Conference of Local Health Officials provides recommendations to the Oregon Health Authority on the foundational capabilities and programs and any other public health program or activity under ORS 431.147. (ORS 431.340)

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Danna Drum

OHA Public Health

503-957-8869
danna.k.drum@dhsoha.state.or.us

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