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Healthier Together Oregon (HTO) in Action

OHA is pleased to host “Healthier Together Oregon (HTO) in Action", a series of online events that provide opportunity for partners to learn more about the strategies and activities outlined in HTO.

Each 90 minutes event will provide an overview of HTO strategies and activities within each implementation area, showcasing of local examples, and opportunity to connect with others around the state who are doing similar work to identify next steps.

The intended audience is anyone in Oregon who is working to advance health equity or involved in community health improvement, including community-based organizations, cross-sector partners (e.g. in education, transportation, food systems, housing, social services, and land use planning), local and tribal public health, hospitals, Regional Health Equity Coalitions (RHECs), Coordinated Care Organization (CCOs), and Community Advisory Councils. 

Advanced registration is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

Closed captioning in English and Spanish will be provided.

2021
Healthy Families:
November 15,  1:00 3:00pm

Register: https://www.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJItdOyprDorH3fUgzsAA4LHZvUiKx1WWiM

2022
Healthy Youth:
January   TBD

Equity and Justice:
March   TBD

Technology and Innovation:
May   TBD
Workforce Development:
July   TBD


Housing and Food, Sept. 2021 - View​ Recording​ | View Slides

​This interactive HTO in Action event featured examples by Rouge Food Unites and Oregon Housing Community Services (OHCS). Attendees participated in a Jamboard breakout session for to share about the food and housing work happening across our state and offer resources. 

Healthy Communities, May 2021 - ​​View​ Recording | View Slides

The event showcased examples from Oregon's Department of Land Conservation and Development, HOLLA Mentors, and the United Way of the Columbia Willamette and OHA's public Health Division.​​

Behavioral Health, July 2021 - View Recording | View Slides

This HTO in Action event featured examples from four partners. Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center, Holistic Healing Behavioral Healthcare, Oregon Pediatric Society, and Citizens for Safe Schools shared examples of work they are doing in the Behavioral Health implementation area.




ACCOMODATIONS

Everyone has a right to know about and use Oregon Health Authority (OHA) programs and services. OHA provides free help. Some examples of the free help OHA can provide are:

  • Sign language and spoken language interpreters
  • Written materials in other languages
  • Braille
  • Large print
  • Audio and other formats

If you need help or have questions, please contact Heather Owens at 971-291-2568 or heather.r.owens@dhsoha.state.or.us or 711 TTY.

ACOMODAMIENTOS

Todos tienen derecho a conocer y utilizar los programas y servicios de la Autoridad de Salud de Oregon (OHA, por sus siglas en inglés). OHA proporciona ayuda gratuita. Algunos ejemplos de la ayuda gratuita que OHA puede brindar son:

  • Intérpretes de lengua de señas y lengua hablada
  • Materiales escritos en otros idiomas
  • Braille
  • Letra grande
  • Audio y otros formatos

Si necesita ayuda o tiene preguntas, comuníquese con Heather Owens al 971-291-2568, o Heather.r.owens@dhsoha.state.or.us o 711 TTY.





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