Cascade Comp CEO appointed to Higher Education Coordinating Commission

Cascade Comp CEO appointed to Higher Education Coordinating Commission

Tayo Akins, Chief Executive Officer of Cascade Comprehensive Care & Cascade Health Alliance, was officially selected by the Senate to represent Southern Oregon on the Higher Education Coordinating Commission on May 15th, 2019.

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Mazama Student Health Center Now Open [VIDEO]

Mazama Student Health Center Now Open [VIDEO]

“The opportunity to have a clinic attached to the schools…for affordable accessible health care is huge for the school district,” says Glen Szymoniak, KCSD Superintendent.

A $100,000 grant helped finish the Klamath County School Based Health Center. A partnership between KCSD, Cascade Health Alliance, and Klamath Health Partnership.

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Oregon Tech Recognizes Cascade Health Alliances' Commitment to the Klamath Basin

Oregon Tech Recognizes Cascade Health Alliances' Commitment to the Klamath Basin

Klamath Falls, OR — March 1st, 2019 Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) awarded a plaque of appreciation to Cascade Health Alliance (CHA) recognizing CHA’s dedication to the Klamath Basin community and their investment in children and families through support of the Oregon Tech Behavioral Improvement Group (BIG) Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Clinic.

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Cascade Health Alliance Invests in Children with Expansion Grant to Oregon Tech Behavior Improvement Clinic

Cascade Health Alliance Invests in Children with Expansion Grant to Oregon Tech Behavior Improvement Clinic

Oregon Institute of Technology, has announced a generous community investment of $150,000 from Cascade Health Alliance (CHA), for the critical expansion of Oregon Tech’s Behavior Improvement Group Applied Behavior Analysis (BIG ABA) clinic. Focusing primarily on the treatment of children with autism or pervasive developmental disorder diagnosis, the Oregon Tech BIG ABA clinic began serving…

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Community Leaders Cut Ribbon on New REACH Facility

Community Leaders Cut Ribbon on New REACH Facility

Today, community leaders cut the ribbon on a $7 million expansion of REACH, Inc.’s facility in Klamath Falls that serves people with developmental and other serious disabilities in Southern Oregon. The project allowed REACH to formally acquire the Maywood Mill Site, where it has operated for years, and a former bank building nearby, and renovate those facilities to eventually offer enhanced services to its program participants.

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