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Partner Resources

The Oregon Living Well Program has a variety of resources for local Living Well programs, including the Living Well Guide to Implementation, marketing and recruitment resources, quality assurance and fidelity monitoring tools, presentations, data collection forms, and other information to support program implementation.

Tools and Materials

  • Quality Assurance and Fidelity
    Stanford's self-management programs result in well-researched health outcomes for participants when programs are implemented as designed (with "fidelity")
  • Marketing Materials
    The Oregon Living Well program and the Living Well Marketing and Recruitment workgroup adapted statewide marketing materials based on templates developed by the National Council on Aging.
  • Living Well Marketing and Sustainability Toolkit
    This toolkit aims to help local Living Well Programs with partnership development, marketing and recruitment of participants and building financial sustainability. All of these tools work together to support the program in the long term.
  • Living Well Program Guidebook
    Developed by the Oregon Living Well Program and Oregon Living Well Network to provide leaders, Master Trainers, program coordinators, and others interested in Living Well with some specific information related to how to implement the program.
  • Living Well Network
    The mission of the Living Well Network is to promote the expansion, implementation, coordination and sustainability of quality Living Well programs statewide
  • Living Well News Articles
    Living Well has been featured in several local and statewide newspapers.
  • Report your Data
    The Oregon Department of Human Services asks your assistance in collecting information about where Living Well programs are being offered across Oregon and who is participating.
  • Other Resources
    Budget template, sample news releases, workshop announcements, etc.

Request A Leader Training

If you are affiliated with an organization that has a license from Stanford University to offer a chronic disease self-management program and would like OHA to help support your efforts in hosting a 4-day leader training, please review the Leader Training Request Form (pdf) and send your completed form to

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