Community Partnership Program Funded Projects

The following projects have been previously funded by the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Community Partnership Program. These projects serve a variety of populations in both urban and rural areas throughout Oregon. Each project focuses on a unique community-identified cancer need ranging from prevention to early detection to survivorship.

Community Action Model

Community Action Model grants aim to build community capacity to address pressing cancer issues through a two-year, five-step process resulting in policy, systems and/or environmental changes, which can ultimately have a larger impact on improving public health than a single project and/or organization. The goal is to provide communities with the framework necessary to acquire or further develop the skills and resources needed to plan, implement and evaluate cancer-related actions and policies. 

2019-1 Community Action Model Focus: HPV Vaccinations

APANO Communities United Fund

Reducing Cervical Cancer in Vietnamese Women Through Community-Based Intervention

Crook County Health Department

Advancing Awareness of HPV Vaccine Among Crook County Adolescents and Parents to Decrease Cancer Risk

Oregon State University

College Students for Cancer Prevention: Promoting the HPV Vaccine

The Next Door, Inc

Vacunas contra el VPH para mi, para mis hijos, para mi comunidad/HPV vaccinations for me, for my kids, for my community

Tier 1: Define Need

2018-1 Grant Cycle

Adelante Mujeres  

Assessing the need for cancer prevention through nutrition in the Latino community in Washington County.  

Determine the need and interest among the Latino community in Washington County to expand the Produce RX Program to include a focus on cancer prevention.

Cascade AIDS Project  

Addressing Cervical/Breast Cancer among Portland's Lesbian and Bisexual Women, and Transgender Men  

Identify attitudes, knowledge, and barriers to accessing cancer screening and preventative care among Portland area lesbian and bisexual women and transgender men.

Coos County Oregon State University Extension Family & Community Health  

WE CAN (Wellness Education for Cancer Nutrition) Engaging rural healthcare providers to include nutrition in treatment plans  

Assess the capacity for rural health professionals to provide nutrition advice to cancer patients in Coos County.

Oregon Cancer Foundation  

Survivor and Caregiver Support Program for Lane County  

Conduct a needs assessment of caregivers of cancer patients in Lane County with the aim of creating an ongoing caregiver outreach program.

Oregon Institute of Technology  

Head and Neck Cancer Screening in Klamath County, Oregon: A Survey of Rural Professional Practices 

Conduct a needs assessment of dentists and dental hygienists in Klamath County in regards to head and neck cancer examinations, protocols, and prevention intervention resources.

St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church  

Community Cancer Awareness & Healthy Living Symposium  

Connect uninsured or underinsured African-American women and men to cancer health education and support resources in the Portland metro area.

Umatilla County Public Health  

Umatilla County Cervical Cancer Prevention Needs Assessment  

Determine patient barriers to receiving Pap smears and assess barriers to adolescents receiving the HPV vaccine series in Umatilla County.

2017-2 Grant Cycle

Eugene Family YMCA

The Men of LIVESTRONG at the YMCA: Prostate Cancer Survivor Outreach in Lane County

Collect data on unique needs of prostate cancer survivors and establish partnerships with local providers to increase participation in an evidence-based small group survivorship program, LIVESTRONG at the YMCA.

Susan G. Komen Oregon & SW Washington

Development of African American Breast Cancer Screening Initiative

Collect and analyze baseline data around breast cancer screening rates among African American women in the Portland-metro area, informing and guiding future work in developing a 5-year initiative to increase screening rates.

Urban League of Portland

Older Adult Cancer Coalition Project

Develop a cancer education and community engagement program for African American seniors and older adults with disabilities to address existing disparities in cancer incidence and mortality.  

Yamhill Community Care Organization

Yamhill County Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Resource Assessment

Conduct a community assessment and asset mapping to assess existing tobacco cessation and prevention resources. Identify effective outreach strategies to engage local residents most at risk for tobacco-related cancers, with a focus on the Medicaid population. 

Yamhill County Health and Human Services

Yamhill County Cancer Awareness Project

Conduct a needs assessment to identify barriers to accessing cancer prevention services among county residents 40 years of age and older in Yamhill County.

2017-1 Grant Cycle

Josephine County Foundation

Collect & Analyze Data on Rural Adolescent Tobacco Product Use

Collect and analyze baseline data around rural adolescent tobacco product use in Josephine County high schools. 

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine

Supporting Oregon Breast Cancer Survivors with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine: A Cross Sectional Survey

Assess knowledge, attitudes, and use of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine (AOM) among breast cancer survivors in Oregon. Identify interest, unmet needs, and barriers to inform development of a future AOM-based breast cancer survivorship group.

2016-2 Grant Cycle

Bay Area Hospital

Low Dose CT for Lung Cancer Screening on the Oregon Southcoast

Exploring the use of low dose CT for lung cancer screening while using a community readiness matrix to assess infrastructure, establish community partners, and explore a feasible process.

Northwest Sarcoma Foundation

Solidarity In Sarcoma Outreach Program

Creation of an outreach program plan tailored to the needs of sarcoma patients via literature review, patient interviews, and surveys.

2016-1 Grant Cycle

The Next Door, Inc.

Entre Amigas: Between Friends

Form a task force addressing breast cancer data and issues relevant to Columbia Gorge Latinas; address the elimination of obstacles and/or barriers to obtain a mammogram.

2015-2 Grant Cycle

American Cancer Society (Great West Division)

Coalition Building to Support Implementation of Interventions to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening

Engage key stakeholders in increasing colorectal cancer screenings using evidence-based protocols.

American Cancer Society (Great West Division)

Coalition Building to Support Implementation of Interventions to Increase HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Vaccination Rates

Convene a statewide coalition to identify barriers, needs and opportunities for increasing HPV vaccinations within the state of Oregon.

American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific

Addressing Lung Cancer Through Radon Risk Reduction

Utilize community coalitions to increase awareness of radon-based lung cancer risks among Oregon adults quitting tobacco.

Coos Health & Wellness

Assessing Commercial Tobacco Products Policies, Systems and Programs Existing for Youth in Coos County

Identify current strategies, gaps and opportunities for reducing youth tobacco use to zero by 2020.

Crook County Health Department

Identifying Need for and Barriers to Tobacco Cessation Support Through Stakeholder Engagement

Convene a workgroup focusing on tobacco cessation through Coordinated Care Organization incentives and matching individual users with local cessation options.

Deschutes County Health Services

Addressing Nicotine Dependency Among Teens in Deschutes County

Train local high schools in an evidence-based tobacco cessation program addressing early nicotine dependency.

Tillamook Regional Medical Center

Strengthening Our Services - Cancer in Tillamook County

Evaluate and create a plan to address cancer-related health and quality of life needs in Tillamook County through community partnerships.

2015-1 Grant Cycle

Hugh Howard Housen Memorial Foundation

Adolescent and Young Adult Patient Support Program in Multnomah County

Conduct a needs assessment of adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer patients, family members and care providers to better understand the unique needs of this population to develop targeted programs.

Jefferson County Public Health Department

Jefferson County Tobacco Free Youth in Jefferson County

Establish a team of committed local stakeholders from Jefferson County and Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs to develop a community-based program to prevent tobacco use in youth.

Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center

Yellowhawk Cancer Data Project in Morrow, Umatilla and Union Counties

Establish a cancer registry to collect baseline data and aid in documenting cancer among the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) and eastern Oregon.

Tier 2: Develop and Pilot

2018-1 Grant Cycle

Care Partners Hospice and Palliative  

Impact of Access to Single-Fraction Palliative Radiation Therapy on Cancer Patients Enrolling in Hospice  

Evaluate the impact of offering single fraction palliative radiation treatment to hospice patients.

Mittleman Jewish Community Center  

Implementing a sun safety and skin cancer awareness prevention program adapting the SHADE curriculum for MJCC youth summer campers.  

Adapt and implement an evidence-based skin cancer awareness prevention program for youth with the goal of promoting sun safe behaviors among summer day campers.

Northwest Sarcoma Foundation  

Solidarity in Sarcoma pilot project  

Create and pilot an outreach program tailored to the specific needs of sarcoma patients identified through a previously conducted needs assessment.

Oregon School-Based Health Alliance (OSBHA)  

Youth to Youth HPV Prevention in High School  

Provide peer to peer HPV prevention education to high school students to increase knowledge about HPV and increase youth uptake of HPV vaccination.

The Public Health Foundation of Columbia County  

Cessation Interventions-- Columbia County  

Implement evidence-based tobacco cessation programs in partnership with local community partners in Columbia County.

Urban League of Portland  

Black/African American Breast Cancer Screening & Education Program  

Provide mobile mammography and breast health education to Black/African American women throughout Multnomah County.

2017-2 Grant Cycle


Camp UKANDU's Teen Retreat Program for Teen Cancer Patients, Survivors, and Siblings

Implement and evaluate a retreat program for teen cancer patients, survivors, and teen siblings of cancer patients to foster positive social and emotional intelligence through peer to peer relationships, independence, and leadership to support their successful transition into adulthood

Chelsea Hicks Foundation

Testing PhotoVoice as an empowerment tool to support the recovery of children with cancer

Pilot and evaluate use of PhotoVoice model among pediatric oncology patients to document and describe their individual experiences with cancer. 

La Pine Community Health Center

The BreatheFree Stop Tobacco Use in the Workplace Project

Implement a workplace tobacco cessation program, based on the American Cancer Society's Freshstart curriculum. Support local businesses and employers in implementing tobacco use policies in accordance with the Oregon Clean Air Act.

Friends of Zenger Farm

Preventing Cancer through Nutrition Education of Elementary School-Aged Youth in East Portland

Implement and evaluate a farm-based nutrition education program targeting low-income and/or immigrant elementary-aged youth, aiming to reduce cancer risk by improving childhood nutrition.

2017-1 Grant Cycle

American Cancer Society

Preventing Cancer by Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates in Clatsop County

Continuation, building on a previously funded project. Implement a quality improvement pilot project to increase HPV vaccinations through clinical capacity building, community education, and statewide HPV strategic planning.

Crook County Health Department

Engaging stakeholders to design and pilot tobacco cessation services to reduce local cancer rates

Continuation, building on a previously funded project. Identify barriers to accessing tobacco cessation resources in Crook County. Results to inform the development and pilot testing of a local tobacco cessation resource.

Northeast Oregon Network

NEON Pathways Community Hub Smoking Cessation Intervention: Tobacco Free for Cancer Free

Provide training and support for Community Health Workers around best practices for tobacco cessation among high risk populations in Eastern Oregon, utilizing an established Pathways Community Hub model.

Oregon State University, Health Promotion and Health Behavior

Adapting a mindfulness-based intervention to improve sexual function for female cancer survivors

Adapt and implement a mindfulness-based intervention for sexual function to meet the needs of female cancer survivors.

Tillamook Regional Medical Center

Strengthening Our Services 2 - Cancer in Tillamook County

Continuation, building on a previously funded project.  Design and pilot test cancer care “road maps” to provide clear and collaborative care pathways for cancer patients.

Uriel Medical Foundation

Pilot Program for Long-Distance Expansion of SHADE Sun Safety Science CurriculumExpand the elementary school SHADE sun safety science curriculum to areas outside Central Oregon through web-based teacher workshops and integration of local liaisons.

2016-2 Grant Cycle

Oregon State University

Latinas' experiences with mobile mammography and bilingual navigation services from screen through follow-up care

Funding to interview Latinas to document their experiences with screening and follow-up care, needs and barriers following mobile mammography and navigation services at Albany InReach Services.

American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific

Reducing Lung Cancer through Radon Risk Reduction

Increase the number of Oregonians utilizing home radon testing through providing free radon test kits to new and existing partnerships and program evaluation.

South River Community Health Center

A Clinical Stepped Care Approach to Tobacco Dependence & Cancer Prevention

Implementation of a stepped care tobacco cessation program for adult patients.

Cascade Health Alliance

Distributing Colorectal Cancer Screening Kits to Klamath County's Medicare and Medicaid Population

Reestablishment of a Klamath County FIT kit testing program for colorectal cancer.

2016-1 Grant Cycle

Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon

Reducing Fine Particulate Air Pollution and Lung Cancer Mortality Through Jade/Lents Greening

Engage residents and local stakeholders in greening the Jade District and Lents neighborhoods through tree planting in order to reduce air toxics in order to reduce community rates of asthma, heart disease and cancer. This also may mitigate the potential for low birth weight babies, organ damage and anemia.


Camp UKANDU Teen Program - Year Round Camps & Retreats

Design, pilot and evaluate a new year-round program for teenage cancer patients, teenage cancer survivors, and teenage siblings of cancer patients in the Portland Metro area.

Coos Health and Wellness 

Assessing Commercial Tobacco Products Policies, Systems and Programs Existing for Youth in Coos County (Phase 2)

Continuation of an assessment of commercial tobacco products policies, systems and programs in Coos County including review of evidence-based interventions appropriate for a rural setting and identifying community support for policy changes leading to development of a strategic plan. 

Hike It Baby with the Oregon Public Health Institute

Hiking to health: A Community Based Outdoor Physical Activity Program for Families with Young Children

Creation of a sustainable, ongoing health resource for Baker County families. Offer weekly opportunities for Baker County families with children under 5 to be physically active through weekly group hikes led by a community health worker. Provide support for individual physical activity.

2015-2 Grant Cycle

Asian Health & Service Center (AHSC)

Asian Cancer Resource and Support Services (ACRSS)

Establish a cancer resource center providing culturally and linguistically appropriate education and support services for the Asian community.

Eastern Oregon Healthy Living Alliance

Use of Fecal Occult Blood Test and Fecal Immunochemical Test Kits in Eastern Oregon

Increase colon cancer screening rates in Eastern Oregon through focus group participation from counties that provided fecal occult blood testing kits.

Eastern Oregon University

Implementation of a University-Student-Delivered Outdoor Physical Activity Pilot Intervention Among Rural Children

Develop a university-student delivered after school pilot program aimed at rural children emphasizing physical activity and reducing high risk behaviors associated with cancer.

Hood River County

Smoking Cessation in the Gorge

Train local health care providers, community health workers and clinical staff in evidence-based tobacco interventions to reduce the tobacco use of Oregon Health Plan members.

2015-1 Grant Cycle

African American Health Coalition

Thriving and Surviving Program: A Cancer Self-Management Program

Test implementation of an online chronic disease self-management program for African American cancer survivors that will address isolation, reduce fatigue and increase feelings of self-efficacy.

Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center Cancer Services

Survivorship: Optimizing Survivors Quality of Life in Coos, Curry, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lake Counties

Create survivorship program for gynecological cancer survivors and caregivers, including implementation of survivorship care plans and support groups.

Association of Oregon Centers for Independent Living

Cancer Screening for People with Disabilities in Deschutes, Douglas and Multnomah Counties

Improve rates of cancer screening for Oregonians with disabilities through a train-the-trainer program for staffs at the cross-disability Centers for Independent Living (CILs) based in Bend, Portland and Roseburg.

Columbia Gorge Health Council

Finding the right FIT in Hood River and Wasco Counties

Address low rates of colorectal screening through a community-led process to identify a highly sensitive fecal immunochemical test, or “FIT kit” that is appropriate for community.

Columbia Memorial Hospital

Healing at Home: A Rural Cancer Survivorship Pilot Program in Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook Counties

Develop and implement a rural cancer survivorship clinic to address cancer survivorship care, focusing on physical rehabilitation and nutrition education.

Multnomah County Health Department

Mid-County Prescription CSA Pilot in Multnomah County

Test how effective and feasible it is to use a Community Supported Agriculture model to increase patients' consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables.

Samaritan Regional Cancer Program - Palliative Care

Palliative Care Patient Navigation for Stage Four Cancer Patients in Benton, Lincoln and Linn Counties

Develop and implement patient navigation services for stage IV cancer patients who would benefit from better understanding of palliative care and other available treatment options.

Samaritan Cancer Resource Center

Overcoming Transportation Barriers in Cancer Care in Benton, Lincoln and Linn Counties

Finalize the development of and begin implementation of SamExpress – a transportation program to increase access to cancer treatment.

Samaritan Cancer Resource Center

Survivorship Group Expansion Project in Lincoln and Linn Counties

Expand access to a cancer survivor support group in rural areas of Linn and Lincoln counties that addresses nutrition education, emotional well-being and fitness support.

Uriel Medical Foundation

Elementary School Skin Cancer Science Education and Sun Hat Program in Deschutes County

Develop, implement and evaluate an elementary school skin cancer education curriculum and sun hat program.

Tier 3: Evaluate and Sustain

2018-1 Grant Cycle

Asian Health &Service Center (AHSC) 

Phase 2 of Asian Cancer Resource and Support Services (ACRSS)  

Increase culturally and linguistically appropriate cancer resources, educational materials, and support services available to the Asian communities in Oregon.

Marion-Polk Food Share Inc.  

Diet Intervention for Cancer Prevention: Farm Share Rx  

Increase rates of vegetable consumption to prevent obesity, an individual risk factor for cancer, through a prescription Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program as a means of cancer prevention in Marion and Polk counties.

Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, Inc. (NARA)  

Evaluating and Improving Culturally Tailored Colorectal Cancer Screening for Portland Area American Indians and Alaska Natives  

Adapt and evaluate evidence-based interventions aimed at increasing early detection of colorectal cancer among the American Indian/Alaska Native community.

Oregon State University: Health Promotion & Health Behavior  

Implementation of a mindfulness-based program to foster positive body image and sexual well-being after cancer  

Implement and evaluate the delivery of a virtual mindfulness-based intervention to address sexual health concerns among female cancer survivors.

2017-2 Grant Cycle

Columbia Memorial Hospital

Healing at Home II: Rural Cancer Survivorship Implementation

Implement a comprehensive survivorship program for rural cancer patients, with the aim of providing access to treatment and support systems close to home to improve patient quality of life.

Eastern Oregon Healthy Living Alliance

Improving colorectal cancer screening rates in eastern Oregon in partnership with EOCCO Community Advisory Councils

Improve colorectal cancer screening rates in Eastern Oregon frontier counties through promotion and use of Fecal Occult Blood Test Kits or Fecal Immunochemical Test Kits.

Oregon State University, Linus Pauling Institute, Healthy Youth Program 

Cancer Prevention through Nutrition: Vegetable Box Program from School Gardens to At-Risk Families

Shift community norms around nutrition and decrease cancer risk by increasing access to and affordability of fruits and vegetables among at-risk families, while empowering youth advocates through partnerships with the health department and local schools.

Marion-Polk Food Share

Farm Share Prescriptions for Health: Reducing Cancer Risk and Chronic Disease in Rural Communities

Reduce cancer risk related to obesity among low-income adults by implementing a Farm Share Rx program, referring at-risk patients to receive a box of farm fresh produce with access to nutrition education.

Western Oregon Advanced Health

Increasing Colorectal Cancer Screening on the Southern Oregon Coast

Improve colorectal cancer screening rates in rural Coos and Curry counties through a direct mail program to promote fecal testing, with focus on addressing populations facing cancer-related health disparities.

2017-1 Grant Cycle

Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services

Cancer Prevention - Addressing Childhood Obesity with Good Food Good Medicine

Provide nutrition education and cooking classes to elementary school children, raising awareness around establishing healthy eating habits as it relates to cancer and disease prevention.

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center and Foundation

¡A Tu Salud!

Implement a culturally tailored curriculum to address cancer prevention through weight loss, physical activity and healthy eating.

Zenger Farm

CSA Partnerships for Health: Reducing Cancer Risk and Chronic Disease among Latinos

Continuation, building on a previously funded project. Implement and evaluate an expanded and culturally tailored CSA Prescription program, with the aim of prevention through prescription of fresh fruits and vegetables.

2016-2 Grant Cycle

Eastern Oregon University

Get Outside After School Activity Program (GO-ASAP) physical activity and cancer prevention program for middle school youth

Expansion of the Get Outside – After School Activity Program (GO – ASAP) along with measuring participants' physical activity, attitudes and knowledge of health behaviors related to cancer prevention.

Family YMCA of Marion and Polk Counties


Creation of a twelve week evidence-based small group survivorship program for adult cancer survivors.

Hood River County Prevention Department

Smoking Cessation in the Gorge

Refunded project. Expansion of a pilot program using evidence-based tobacco cessation interventions.

YMCA of Douglas County


LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a free twelve-week, small group activity program designed to support cancer survivors in the transitional period between completing their cancer treatment and the shift to feeling physically and emotionally strong enough to return to their normal life.

2016-1 Grant Cycle

Chelsea Hicks Foundation

Expansion of Therapeutic Play Programs in Local Pediatric Oncology In-Patient Facilities

Expand program capacity to meet the growing demand for on-site therapeutic play at local pediatric oncology in-patient facilities. 

Uriel Medical Foundation

Evidenced Based Evaluation and Advancement of Elementary School Sun Safety Science Curriculum and Sun Hat Program

Expand current Sun Safety Science Curriculum pilot program to more elementary schools and a rigorous evidence-based evaluation that includes a sustainability plan for viable long-term integration in schools statewide.  

Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation and Health Center 

Stop CRC –Promoting Colorectal Health for Medically Underserved Patients

Grow previous Tier 3 project to increase Latino and uninsured colorectal cancer patient screening by at least five percent.

Zenger Farm

CSA Partnerships for Health

Improve the health of 100 families with diet related chronic disease, including cancer, through a prescription community supported agriculture vegetable program. Participants receive a weekly vegetable share from local farms at their neighborhood clinic as well as cooking classes.

2015-2 Grant Cycle

Familias en Acción

Un Abrazo para la Familia: An Evidence Based Cancer Education Program for Low Income Latinos

Provide evidence-based, culturally appropriate cancer education to Latino survivors and co-survivors.

Mid-Columbia Medical Center

Breast Health for Strong Families

Increasing community access to services through increased case management, education and outreach.

2015-1 Grant Cycle

Bay Area Hospital

Bay Area Hospital Telemedicine Room in Coos County

Reduce travel and financial hardship for cancer patients in Coos County through establishment of a telemedicine program for oncology specialty care consultations.

Oregon State University, KidSpirit

Healthy Behaviors and Skin Cancer Prevention in Youth: Enhancing the Summer Camp Experience to Promote Cancer Prevention in Benton County

Examine the impact of a sun safety and skin cancer prevention educational tool during the Benton County summer KidSpirit Youth Program.

Upstream Public Health

Tobacco Policy Health Equity Analysis in Multnomah County

Conduct a health-equity analysis and advocate for a balanced retail licensing policy to reduce access to and use of tobacco products by youth.

Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation and Health Center

STOP CRC - Promoting Colorectal Health in Washington and Yamhill Counties

Use culturally appropriate strategies to increase colorectal screening among low-income Latinos/as receiving care at Virginia Garcia’s community health centers.

Special Funding Opportunities

2017-2 Special Call: Step It Up! Survivors

Step It Up! Survivors is a statewide effort to implement an evidence-based walking program among cancer survivors, their friends and family.

Active Care Physical Therapy, Inc

Walk On: Choose to Move Through Cancer One Step at a Time

Clatsop County Public Health

Step It Up to Step Out Cancer

Community Cancer Center

Sole Survive-N-Thrive

Hood River County Prevention Department

Catch Me If You Can - Gorge Sole Survivors

Northwest Medical Foundation of Tillamook

Step it Up! Tillamook County Cancer Survivors

Sky Lakes Cancer Treatment Center

Sunshine City Strollers: Creating Healthy Lifestyles for Cancer Survivors and Their Families

Sunrise Daisy Retreat

Step It Up! Survivors with Sunrise Daisy Retreat: Supporting Cancer Survivors Towards Thriving and Resiliency

The Public Health Foundation of Columbia County

Columbia County Step it Up! Survivors

2016-1 Special Call: Healthy Corner Stores and Physical Activity Promotion

Healthy Corner Stores

Gorge Grown Food Network

Gorge Grown Healthy Corner Stores Initiative

Engage low-income residents with a high obesity risk through incentivizing and assisting select corner stores in sourcing healthier food options.  

Oregon State University –Union County Extension Service

Linking School Gardens With Rural Corner Stores to Expand Access to Locally-Grown Fresh Produce

Increase access to fresh produce in the rural communities of Elgin, Cove, and North Powder - by linking school garden/greenhouse programs with nearby corner stores.

Physical Activity Promotion

Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services 

Get Our People Going

Establish walking groups in Klamath Falls and Chiloquin, to raise awareness of the benefits of physical activity as it relates to cancer and disease prevention. Walking groups will be complimented by social gatherings with an educational component.

North Central Public Health District

Step It Up! The Dalles

Address obesity issues in The Dalles by increasing the physical activity of residents via implementation of the CDC's Action Guide for Establishing a Community-Based Walking Group Program.