We reinvest in the EOCCO to help providers and members learn, plan and implement strategies to reduce health concerns in Eastern Oregon.
EOCCO is pleased to release the 2021 Community Benefit Initiative Reinvestments Applications. Included in the 2021 application package are four funding opportunities:
- Transformation Application: This includes “Opt-In” projects aimed at specific incentive measures and opportunities for continuing a 2019 or 2020 project. For the 2021 application cycle, Opt-in projects are focused on the following areas: COVID-19 primary care, hospital and public health capacity building; language services; comprehensive diabetes care; and immunizations.
- LCAC Application: This includes the opportunity for Local Community Advisory Councils to apply for funds allotted to their counties to implement projects aimed at improving the health of their communities
Umatilla CBIR Scoring Rubric and Umatilla CBIR Letter of Support Example Please email letters of support to UmCoLCAC@gobhi.org with a clear subject line of "2021 CBIR Name of Project".
- New Ideas Application: This application allows applicants to propose novel ideas focused on the topic areas outlined in the application form, including incentive measures, new collaborations, telehealth and broadband capacity, behavioral health integration, assessing and addressing health disparities, and assessing and addressing health-related social needs.
- Public Health Department Application: This application allows applicants to propose projects lead by public health departments to improve the health and wellbeing of EOCCO members and their communities.
SHARE Initiative Application
The Supporting Health for All through REinvestment (SHARE) Initiative is a funding opportunity for organizations who provide Social Determinants of Health and Equity (SDOH-E) related services, programs, or policy change in Eastern Oregon.
1. SHARE Initiative Application: This application focuses on projects that provide housing-related services and/or supports for EOCCO members to find, access, and maintain safe and affordable housing.
Community Benefit Initiative Reinvestment Technical Assistance Resource
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Anne King at email@example.com.
Past community benefit initiative grant summaries
This includes Local Community Advisory Council (LCAC), Transformation, and New Idea projects.