Community Health Hub
At Yamhill Community Care Organization, we strive to make our community a great place to live in. We know that a healthy lifestyle isn’t just about seeing your doctor occasionally. There are many other different ways to improve the way you live. Yamhill CCO’s Community Health Hub is a group of people focused on finding our members the services they need.
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Click here to download a form for referring your patient to these resources. Community Health Hub referral form
Below are some of the resources our Community Health Hub can direct members to:
Community Health Workers: CHWs meet CCO members wherever they’re at, working with them to navigate their care and access resources to successfully manage their own health and well-being.
Persistent Pain Program: The PPP is an 8-week class combining pain management education and movement therapy.
Diabetes Prevention Program: Yamhill Community Care Organization offers the National Diabetes Prevention Program. Groups meet for 16 weekly sessions and six monthly follow-up meetings with a trained lifestyle coach.
Project ABLE: Project ABLE partners peer specialists with people who need support getting healthier, both mentally and physically.
Provoking Hope: Provoking Hope utilizes peer support to help people, especially families, who have encountered difficulty with drug or alcohol use.
SNACK Program: The Student Nutrition and Activity Clinic for Kids pairs Linfield College interns with children up to age 18 who work with them and their families to make healthy lifestyle changes.
Champion Team: Champion Team is a consumer-run organization developed to promote personal growth, recovery and wellness for adults in Yamhill County with mental health and/or co-occurring addiction challenges.
Health and Wellness Workshops: These workshops are peer-led and offer a space to learn about managing chronic conditions like diabetes, pain, asthma, and heart disease.
Multi-Disciplinary Team: This team brings together as many members of a care team as possible, including doctors, caregivers, behaviorists, etc., to coordinate the needs and services of a member.