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The Oregon Public Health Division, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention (HPCDP) section reports data on chronic conditions and specific risk factors associated with chronic conditions. This information helps guide Oregon’s efforts to prevent and help people manage chronic conditions and reduce health inequities among populations that are most affected.
We will see progress toward ending health inequities with broad joint efforts that lifts the voices of our most affected communities. Learn more and join efforts to advance health equity at
Healthier Together Oregon.
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Includes chronic conditions, health protective and risk factors, and substance use.
Includes tobacco inspections, point-of-sale assessment data and equity mapping.
Includes deaths from heart disease or stroke and other chronic conditions.
Includes alcohol, cannabis and tobacco related data and links to other drug use information.
Includes state level cancer incidence and links to other cancer data.
Includes hospital discharge and emergency department visits data.
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