Purpose statement: We believe that health is more than the absence of disease. We are committed to creating well-being through nutritious foods. We prioritize prevention for those most impacted by health disparities and chronic disease.
Goal: All people in the Western Treasure Valley have access to what they need to enjoy a healthy and nutritious diet. We commit to 100 percent of community members being food secure by 2030.
Campaign liaison: Lindsay Grosvenor, R.D., Valley Family Health Care, Ontario Health Center.
Purpose statement: Our collective desire is for our community to be thriving. By ensuring all people eat nutritious foods, we are investing in the physical and financial health of our families and communities by preventing complex and costly chronic diseases. We use an equity and trauma-informed lens in all we do to break the generational cycle that plagues kids and families.
Goal: By 2031, all people in Clatsop County will be food-secure by having access to nutritious food. Through collaborations among multi-sectoral systems of care, we will create a culture that supports maternal and infant health. At the same time, we will ensure mothers and children have the resources and education necessary to access healthy and nutritious food for themselves and their families.
Campaign liaison: Kayla Warner, R.D., Oregon State Extension (interim)
Norma Hernandez, WIC Coordinator, Clatsop County
Purpose statement: We collaborate with all stakeholders that support, educate, and provide care for new mothers and families to improve their level of nutrition through outreach, education, and action.
Goal: We commit to Klamath County having the lowest rates of low birth weight babies in the state, decreasing the rate from 8 percent to 5 percent - or lower - by 2030.
Campaign liaison: Kelsey Mueller, Policy Manager, Healthy Klamath