We reinvest in the EOCCO to help providers and members learn, plan and implement strategies to reduce health concerns in Eastern Oregon.
Applications are now open for the 2023 funding cycle for Transformation, New Ideas, and Pubic Health Department grants. See below for more information on each type of award. Applications are due by 5pm PST on Friday September, 23, 2022.
- Transformation Application: This includes “Opt-In” projects aimed at specific incentive measures and opportunities for continuing a 2020 or 2021 project. For the 2022 application cycle, Opt-in projects are focused on the following areas: health information technology; language access services; well-child visits; and immunizations. See the Transformation application for more details. See the Transformation application for more details.
- 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, workforce strategies, assessing and addressing health disparities, and assessing and addressing health-related social needs. See the New Ideas application for more details.
- 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. See the Public Health Department application for more details.
- Local Community Health Partnership (LCHP) Application: This application allows LCHPs, formally called LCACs, to establish projects to support better health, better health care, and lower costs for EOCCO members and their communities. Your LCHP can use this funding to develop and implement innovative projects to improve the health of your community. Projects must focus on Community Health Improvement Plan (CHP) components and be consistent with Oregon Health Authority social determinants of health and health equity guidelines.
Community Benefit Initiative Reinvestment Technical Assistance Resource
Technical assistance for the 2023 CBIR applications will be available:
Aug 10, 2022 3:00 PM-4:00 PM Pacific Time
Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpcO2gpz0jE9fymsDZ7Mr7lK_QExaX1LDJ
Aug 16, 2022 12:00 PM-1:00 PM Pacific Time
Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAofumspj4pGNIviQjOY0zzdX8rh5Z8Bw32
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the CBIR TA team through the EOCCO shared inbox CBIR@ohsu.edu.
Past community benefit initiative grant summaries
This includes Local Community Advisory Council (LCAC), Transformation, and New Idea projects.
- EOCCO 2022 CBI Grant Summaries
- EOCCO 2021 CBI Grant Summaries
- EOCCO 2020 CBI Grant Summaries
- EOCCO 2019 CBI Grant Summaries
- EOCCO 2018 CBI Grant Summaries
- EOCCO 2017 CBI Grant Summaries
- EOCCO 2016 CBI Grant Summaries
- EOCCO 2015 CBI Grant Summaries
Supporting Health for All through REinvesment (SHARE)
Applications are now open for the 2023 SHARE Initiative! This application is designed to provide funding to projects addressing Social Determinants Of Health and Equity (SDOH-E). Eligible applicants must demonstrate ways in which their project aligns with one of the four SDOH-E categories: economic stability, education, neighborhood and build environment, and social and community health. See the application for more details.
Applications must be submitted for consideration by August 31, 2022. Applicants will be notified of their funding status in December 2022.
Have questions about your application? Technical assistance will be available:
Monday, July 25: 1pm-2pm PST
Tuesday, July 26: 11am-12pm PST
Thursday, August 4 : 3pm-4 pm PST"