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Developing the 2020-2024 State Health Improvement Plan

Process of Development


To develop the 2020-2024 State Health Improvement Plan, the Public Health Division used the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) framework, widely used by CCOs and local health departments.  From August of 2019 – July 2020, over 100 partners from a variety of sectors came together in subcommittees of the PartnerSHIP to identify strategies, measures and develop work plans for implementation. Subcommittees included PartnerSHIP members, additional subject matter experts, and people with lived experience.

Meeting archives are found here for each subcommittee: 

Community Engagement

The OHA-PHD values authentic community input. Community feedback was sought two times during the development of HTO: one in winter of 2018-2019 to identify the priorities, and another in spring of 2020 to gather feedback on the draft strategies. To amplify the voices of communities most affected, OHA-PHD provided funding to the following community-based organizations to solicit feedback from people of color, people with disabilities, people with low-income, and people who identify as LGBTQ+.

  • Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living - Serves the disability community in 13 rural and frontier counties of Eastern Oregon
  • Micronesian Islander Community (of Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon) - Serves the Micronesian and Pacific Islander community, including Compact of Free Association (COFA) citizens, throughout the Willamette Valley.
  • Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) - Serves all federally recognized tribes in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, including the 9 tribes located in Oregon.
  • Q Center - Serves LGBTQIA+-identified persons living in the Portland metro area.
  • Self Enhancement, Inc. - Provides education, advocacy, and wraparound support services for the African American/Black community and other underserved youth and families across the Portland metropolitan area. 
  • SO Health-E Oregon - Serving people of color, LGBTQ community members, people living with disabilities, and low-income community members in Jackson and Josephine counties.
  • The Next Door - Serving Latinx and Native American communities throughout the Columbia River Gorge area via its Health Promotion Services, Nuestra Comunidad Sana (Our Healthy Community).
  • Unite Oregon – Serving low- income and immigrant communities in Jackson county.  

 2019-20 PartnerSHIP Roster