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New Systems and Approaches for Delivering Health Care

Learn how pilot projects are transforming health care delivery in the region.

“The landscape is changing, and with that change we have an opportunity to make real change in our communities.”

- Beck Johnson, Delivery System Transformation community cochairperson

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Highlights From Past Pilots

See how a few of our past pilots have made a difference in our communities:

Traditional Health Worker Hub

Learn how the Traditional Health Worker Hub prepares people to fill critical roles in health care, social services.

“The heart of a community health worker is to help out the community."

Analuz Torres, Training Hub Coordinator


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CHANCE 2nd Chance

Learn how the CHANCE 2nd Chance pilot program uses community connections to help others.

“A good day is helping someone to meet their goals; giving back and helping people, walking with them and guiding them through barriers I faced.”

Chelsey Allen, Certified Recovery Mentor

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Health & Housing Planning Initiative Pilot

Learn how the Health and Housing Initiative Pilot made a difference in Linn and Benton counties.

"Home matters to everybody. Everybody should live in a safe and stable home. Everybody should be able to thrive and be surrounded by a community that cares."

Brigetta Olson, Deputy Director, WNHS

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Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Pilot

See how the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Pilot has impacted survivors.

"Sarah’s Place has adopted the principle of trauma-informed care and provides compassionate, safe, non-judgmental care for patients."

Tasha Mosbrucker, SANE RN

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Child Abuse Prevention & Early Intervention Pilot

Learn how the Child Abuse Prevention and Early Intervention Pilot has helped families.

"We are giving a lifeline to families that really need it."

Tara Webster, Home Supervisor

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