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CCO Community Advisory Councils

Each Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) has at least one Community Advisory Council (CAC)

Oregon Health Plan (OHP) members interested in sharing their voice about their community's health can apply to serve on their CCO's council.

Serving on a CAC helps achieve three important goals — better health, better quality of care and lower costs. CAC members may:

  • Talk about experiences accessing care to find solutions to improving care! This can include topics such as finding providers, getting appointments, arranging transportation and other health care challenges.
  • Make recommendations about how to improve health care quality and services in their community.

To join the conversation, contact your local coordinated care organization today.

CAC Contact Information

Rebekah Fowler​​, Community Advisory Council (CAC) Consultant. Please contact for council-related questions only.

Columbia County CAC: Martha Ruiz Olmstead​

Clatsop & Tillamook County CACs: Romy Carver

Learn about the Oregon Health Authority Transformation Center's statewide community advisory council supports.

CAC PSA Television Spot - 30 seconds - OHA Generic (Video in English)

CAC PSA Anuncio de televisión - 30 segundos - OHA Genérico (Video en español)

Additional Resources

  • Learn more about community advisory councils (PPT presentation with audio): Download the zip file to access the presentation. The slides include narration. To enable narration, click on Slide Show>Play Narrations. There are a few videos in the presentation that will also need to be started/played manually.