Each community health worker is committed to helping improve holistic health outcomes alongside our neighbors in Rockwood, Gresham, Fairview, Troutdale, Wood Village, and throughout East Multnomah County.
We connect underserved residents of East Multnomah County to information, services, providers, and health practitioners.
We introduce neighbors to each other and to local organizations, municipalities, and Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO) so everyone better understands the needs of underserved populations in East Multnomah County.
We work to increase collaboration and engagement across multisectoral partners to complete the implementation ready SDOH Accelerator Plan. We envision collective action to be more effective, disconnected populations will engage and the broader SDOH will improve.
We are all Rockwood and we share it with one another.
We not only help with resources and relational connections, but we help our neighbors grow forward. We offer resources at vulnerable times in people’s lives while building meaningful relationships and learning together over the long term.
We are purposeful about building a deep sense of community among the individuals and families we work alongside. Everything we do is done with intentionality so that our outcomes are not unplanned but deliberate and intended.
We are committed to being agile and continually moving forward. Our systems, processes, and services will never be stagnant but will continue to adapt to our ever-changing cultural reality.