Individuals and families in Central Oregon experiencing poverty are provided equitable access and connected to appropriate resources that help them overcome obstacles to self-sufficiency and address health challenges.
- Increase high school graduation rates among economically disadvantaged students
- Decrease food insecurity
- Decrease percent of individuals living at poverty level and income constrained
- Decrease housing and transportation costs as a percent of income
- Learn more about these measures at Central Oregon Health Data
Britta Schroeter Phillips
Community Outreach Advocate , Thrive Central Oregon
Traditional Health Worker Liaison, Provider Network Programs, PacificSource
Community Health Coordinator, PacificSource
Executive Director, Family Access Network
Community Relations Coordinator, Partners In Care
Elizabeth Schmitt, MS
Meets on the 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 11am – 12:30pm
The Central Oregon Health Council assembled RHIP Workgroups, groups of community professionals focused on some aspect of the Regional Health Improvement Plan, in 2016 to strategize and address the RHIP Health Indicators for each area of focus.