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Statewide Data

We regularly report on Living Well programs and participants across the state. Our comprehensive data reports are published in each year in late Spring.

Download our most current statewide data report:

2013 Living Well Data Report (pdf) - published May 2013

 


County-level Reports

We also report on Living Well programs at the county level on an annual basis.

Click on your county or select from the list below to download our most current data reports by county

The 2012 Living Well County Data Fact Sheets are available for only those counties that held at least one workshop in 2012.  Other counties that offered a workshop in 2011 or earlier but not in 2012 will continue to have access to their 2012 Living Well County Data Fact Sheets.  Please note that the length of a County Fact Sheet varies by the number of participants that have attended a workshop in each county.

 Link to Baker County Living Well County FactsLink to Benton County Living Well County FactsLink to Clackamas County Living Well County FactsLink to Clatsop County Living Well County FactsNo data for Columbia CountyLink to Coos County Living Well County FactsLink to Crook County Living Well County FactsLink to Curry County Living Well County FactsLink to Deschutes County Living Well County FactsLink to Douglas County Living Well County FactsLink to Gilliam County Living Well County FactsNo data for Grant CountyLink to Harney County Living Well County FactsLink to Hood River County Living Well County FactsLink to Jackson County Living Well County FactsLink to Jefferson County Living Well County FactsLink to Josephine County Living Well County FactsLink to Klamath County Living Well County FactsLink to Lake County Living Well County FactsLink to Lane County Living Well County FactsLink to Lincoln County Living Well County FactsLink to Linn County Living Well County FactsLink to Malheur County Living Well County FactsLink to Marion County Living Well County FactsNo data for Morrow CountyLink to Multnomah County Living Well County FactsLink to Polk County Living Well County FactsLink to Sherman County Living Well County FactsLink to Tillamook County Living Well County FactsLink to Umatilla County Living Well County FactsLink to Union County Living Well County FactsLink to Wallowa County Living Well County FactsLink to Wasco County Living Well County FactsLink to Washington County Living Well County FactsNo data for Wheeler CountyLink to Yamhill County Living Well County Facts


Report your Data

The Oregon Department of Human Services asks your assistance in collecting information about where Living Well programs are being offered across Oregon and who is participating. This information helps track statewide successes and identifies additional training, funding, and other support needs.

Report program summaries and participant information.

 


CD Summary Newsletters: Living Well

The CD Summary is a publication of the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division, and is distributed every two weeks. The intended audience is licensed health care providers; public health and health care agencies; media representatives; medical laboratories; hospitals; and other individuals and institutions with an interest in epidemiology and public health interests.

Living Well: Helping Patients Help Themselves (pdf):  August 16, 2011

 


Publications

Healthy Aging in Oregon Counties - This 2009 report provides an overview of issues impacting the health of older Oregonians, and to help aging, public health, and other community organizations develop effective strategies to help older Oregonians age safely, remaining healthy and independent as long as possible.

Living Well Impact Report (pdf) -  This report, written by Dr. Viktor Bovbjerg and Mrs. Sarah Jane Kingston from Oregon State University, provides estimates of the impact of Living Well between 2005 and 2009 as well as projected impact should the program reach 5% of Oregonians with a chronic condition. 


 

 All Chronic Disease Prevention Publications