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Meetings & Events

Legislative Spotlight Forum – Oct. 12

Time: 7–8:45 p.m.
Location: Corvallis-Benton County Library, 645 NW Monroe
Info: Mid-Valley Health Care Advocates will hold a forum for the community to speak with local legislative candidates about health care.  Find out candidates plans to improve health and create a more sustainable health care system in Oregon.

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Generation Found Screening – Oct. 17

Time: 7:30–9 p.m.
Location: Darkside Cinema, 215 SW 4th St., Corvallis
Info: The Collegiate Recovery Community at Oregon State University is holding a screening of the documentary, Generation Found, at the Darkside Cinema. Generation Found aims at educating students and the community about addiction and recovery in hopes of reducing social stigmas surrounding recovery. Tickets must be purchased in advanced. 

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Housing as a Vaccine – Nov. 7

Time: 9:30–11:00 a.m.
Location: Samaritan Health Plans, Endeavor Conference Room, 2300 Walnut Blvd., Corvallis
Info: IHN-CCO is hosting a presentation with guest speakers from Enterprise Community Partners and Oregon Housing and Community Services to talk about health and housing. Find out about a study done on stable housing and the utilization rates and costs of health care. Listen to best practices across the state and participate in local discussion surrounding health and housing. If you have questions, please contact the IHN transformation team.

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Pedal Corvallis Community Bikeshare

Pedal Corvallis, a community Bikeshare is available to residents and visitors of Corvallis.  For a small fee, individuals are able to rent a bike to travel to appointments, go to the store, or spend the afternoon riding.   Membership to Pedal Corvallis is free For IHN members age 18 or older and covers trips up to 2 hours.  For a limited time, IHN members can receive a free helmet.   

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Heath Equity Grants Available

The Linn Benton Health Equity Alliance is offering mini-grants and sponsorships through funding from Oregon Health Authority for those working on health equity in Linn and Benton Counties.

Organizations who are applying for grants must be involved in policy and system change in the areas of capacity building, housing, access to health and wellness, and education. The following types of funding are available:

  1. Policy and system change projects: $5,000-$17,000, due Nov. 2, 2016.
  2. Participation and capacity building mini-grants: $3000, due Nov. 2, 2016.
  3. Sponsorships: up to $2,000, due one month before project start date.

Funding decisions will be made in December 2016.

Policy and Systems Change Grant

Capacity Building Grant Application

Sponsorship Request

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