Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program collaborates, with the ACHIEVE Coalition and its multisectoral partners work collaboratively to implement its three primary strategies (Nutrition, Community Clinical Linkage, Physical Activity/Build Environment) and two cross-cutting strategies (Communications, Economic Development); to identify, design and implement communications, policy, systems, and environmental (CPSE) improvements, to redress chronic disease burden and disparities, among Black/African immigrant and refugees infants, youth, adults, and elders (from the cradle to the cane).
Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH)
Various underlying health conditions have impacted the well-being of BIPOC communities during the coronavirus pandemic. Learn how eating healthy foods can help you and your loved ones be healthy.
Many businesses in Oregon have been allowed to reopen. But the coronavirus pandemic is not over and the choices we make can impact public health. Multnomah County residents share how we can all do our part in helping reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Being physically active is one way to self-manage chronic diseases and take control of your own health. Multnomah County residents share how you can be physically active while reducing your risk for coronavirus.