The Adolescent and School Health Program seeks to improve the health and wellness of adolescents and youth ages 10-24.
The Oregon Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP) helps low-income, uninsured, and medically underserved women gain access to lifesaving screening programs for early detection of breast and cervical cancers.
The Coordinated School Health Program/Healthy Kids Learn Better Partnership is a statewide effort to help local schools and communities form partnerships and reduce physical, social and emotional barriers to learning.
The Oregon Genetics Program works to promote the health, well-being, and quality of life of Oregonians using up-to-date knowledge of genomics through public health surveillance, policy development and education.
The Oregon Reproductive Health Program works with over 165 clinics throughout the state to offer free or low-cost reproductive health services and birth control for women, men and teens who need them. The program seeks to reduce unintended pregnancy in Oregon by providing access to the information, services and resources necessary to ensure that all pregnancies are healthy, well-timed and intended.
Oregon's 55 School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) are a unique health care model in which comprehensive physical, mental and preventive health services are provided to youth and adolescents in a school setting.
WISEWOMAN aims to reduce cardiovascular and other diseases by promoting early detection, risk factor screening, risk reduction, and access to medical treatment for low-income, uninsured, and underinsured women aged 40 to 64.