PAST EVENTS

PAST EVENTS

May 7, 2020 | Unsheltered: Exploring Metro’s $250 Million Ballot Measure for Homeless Services

Portland metro voters will decide on May 19th whether to fund enhanced homeless services by levying new taxes on businesses ...
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April 22, 2020 | Home Alone: Combating Social Isolation, Anxiety, and Depression during COVID-19

The COVID-19 quarantine poses mental health risks from social isolation and fear. Hear from nationally renowned speakers about strategies for ...
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April 1, 2020 Event Video | COVID-19: Oregon Strikes Back

The Oregon Health Forum’s first ever virtual event will feature local experts discussing actions they are taking to contain the ...
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February 19, 2020: Oregon Struggles Amid Drug and Alcohol Addiction Crisis, Experts Say

Oregon has one of the highest drug and alcohol addiction rates in the country. But the solutions will not come ...
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January 22, 2020: Legislative Session Will Be Short But Not All Sweet

The Oregon Legislature will hold a short session this year, with fewer bills on the table than last year. But ...
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December 12, 2019: Schools Need More Mental Health Resources

Mass shootings tend to dominate the headlines when it comes to trauma in schools. But many children also struggle with ...
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November 19, 2019: Is Oregon Ready For Universal Care? Maybe. But Does It Have The Will For Radical Change?

Oregonians might be ripe for statewide tax-funded universal health care, but it’s going to take political creativity and backbone for ...
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January 22, 2020: Legislators Take the Stage

On February 3, the Oregon Legislature will convene for a short 35-day session. Once again, health care bills will rise ...
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October 17, 2019: Trillium Signs Hundreds Of Deals in Portland-area Medicaid Market

Trillium Community Health Plan appears to be breaking down barriers in the Portland area. The for-profit insurer, which has faced ...
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September 25, 2019: Oregon’s Mental Health Systems Needs Repair, Panelists Agree

Oregon’s behavioral health director thinks it’s time to improve Oregon’s behavioral and mental health care system. Steve Allen, hired as ...
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