Central Oregon Health Council Announces the Availability of Community Health Project Grants

Central Oregon Health Council Announces the Availability of Community Health Project Grants

The Community Advisory Council (CAC) of the Central Oregon Health Council is accepting pre-applications for projects addressing social determinants of health and equity (SDOH-E) through the Community Health Projects grant program. The CAC is investing in community-level interventions focused on improving community health and well-being and reducing health disparities. Special consideration will be given to projects that partner with impacted community members. Grant awards will range from $5,000 to $80,000.

The Community Health Project grants involve a two-step process. Interested parties are invited to complete the attached pre-application for preliminary review by the CAC, after which selected applicants will be invited to fill out a full application for final funding consideration. Information on the pre-application may also be found at https://cohealthcouncil.org/standard-grants. If you have questions about the Request for Proposal, please contact MaCayla Arsenault, project manager at the Central Oregon Health Council.


About Central Oregon Health Council

The Central Oregon Health Council (COHC) works to achieve the Triple Aim of improving health outcomes, increasing satisfaction with the health system, and reducing costs. COHC oversees the Regional Health Assessment in Central Oregon, which occurs every five years, and devises a Regional Health Improvement Plan to improve health metrics in the region. COHC facilitates collaboration and regional planning with area health care providers, elected officials, school districts, housing groups, public transportation, and community members to build an equitable and integrated health ecosystem. Visit www.cohealthcouncil.org for more information.


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