Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program collaborates with the ACHIEVE Coalition and its multi-sector 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)
- Meet the Team
- ACHIEVE Coalition
- Community-Clinical Linkages Strategy
- Nutrition Strategy
- Physical Activity Strategy
- Community Spotlight
- Public Health and Civic Literacy Academy
- Active People, Healthy Multnomah County
- COVID-19 Community Resources & Clinics
- COVID-19 Vaccination
- COVID-19 Vaccine Education
- Ask A Black Doctor
- Multnomah County REACH Flu Vaccination Campaign
- REACH Traffic Safety Report
Our community clinical linkages strategy focuses on making connections between existing health programs and the Black community of Multnomah County.
Our nutrition strategy focuses on how food and nutrition impacts Black health outcomes.
Our Physical Activity strategy focuses on how the built environment promotes physical activity.
Our program has launched a flu vaccination campaign to increase flu vaccine awareness and delivery for African American and African Immigrant/Refugee populations of Multnomah County.
Black medical professionals have led the development of many vaccines. Trust the science, get vaccinated!
This page offers community resources and information related to COVID-19.
View our collection of educational promotional materials related to COVID-19.
REACH works to highlight disparities in traffic incidents and casualties and create pathways to policy and systems change.
REACH is participating in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's national "Active People, Healthy Nation" initiative and encouraging community members to increase their activity minutes.
Peripheral artery disease, or PAD, is a condition where fatty deposits and calcium build up in the walls of the arteries and can lead to serious health outcomes when untreated.
The Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program is dedicated to reducing heart disease in the Black and African community of Multnomah County.
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