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Resources for Regional Partnership Grantees

 

For the 2017-19 biennium, the Oregon legislature made an initial investment of $5 million for modernizing Oregon's public health system. The majority of these funds are being used to establish regional communicable disease control programs.

 

In November 2017, OHA awarded grants to eight regional partnerships that will:

 
  1. Develop regional systems for communicable disease control;
  2. Emphasize the elimination of communicable disease-related health disparities; and
  3. Build sustainable regional infrastructure for new models of public health service delivery.
 

Key Resources

 

Community Engagement

 
 

 

Reporting Requirements

 
 
 
 

 

Health Equity and Cultural Responsiveness

 
 

Evaluation

 
 

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