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Healthier Together Oregon (HTO) identifies population-wide priorities and strategies for improving the health of people in Oregon. HTO serves as the basis for taking collective action on key health issues in Oregon.
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Oregon will be a place where health and wellbeing are achieved across the lifespan for people of all races, ethnicities, disabilities, genders, sexual orientations, socioeconomic status, nationalities and geographic locations.
HTO Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) Projects - Applications Due Febraury 15, 2024!
This opportunity provides funds for local partnerships to conduct projects for the community health improvement plan or community health assessment
The Public Health Division convenes the PartnerSHIP to develop and oversee implementation of Healthier Together Oregon. The PartnerSHIP is made up of representatives of priority populations and implementers of the plan. As of spring 2021, the PartnerSHIP has been been reformed to support implementation.
PartnerSHIP Committee page for meeting information, PartnerSHIP member list and bios.
Learn about our process for developing our 2020-2024 plan.
Policy and Partnerships Staffpublichealth.email@example.com
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A series of online events that provide opportunity for partners to learn more about the strategies and activities outlined in HTO.
View past events
What's new with HTO?
Healthier Together Oregon Annual Report, released June 2022.
Healthier Together Oregon Annual Report | Year 1: September 2020 – December 2021
Informe anual de Healthier Together Oregon | Año 1: de septiembre de 2020 a diciembre de 2021
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Check out our HTO Resources page for communciations resources to help introduce and communicate about HTO to audiences that are unfamiliar with the initiative.
Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs), local health departments and hospitals also develop and implement Community Health Improvement Plans (CHIPs) and Assessments (CHAs).
Visit our CHIPs & CHAs page for information and resources
Do your local health priorities align with the SHIP? Share your stories of success and inspire other communities to address the leading causes of death and disability in Oregon.
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