Community Partners offering Health & Wellness Classes
Tillamook Regional Medical Center
Tillamook Regional Medical Center is committed to the health and wellness of patients, offering a variety of community education classes and programs including CHIP, the Complete Health Improvement Program. Through this program, participants have recorded dramatic results: reversal of diabetes, improvements in blood pressure and cholesterol, weight loss and a renewed vigor and passion for life.
Other classes include ongoing grief support groups, a women’s cancer support group, classes on living with chronic disease, and overcoming depression for seniors. To find out more about these classes and see a complete list of our health and wellness offerings, please take a moment to visit their classes and events page, or call 503-815-2270 for more information.
Northwest Senior & Disability Services (NWSDS)
In addition to providing services for seniors and disabled adults, NWSDS offers community classes on topics such as health and wellness, mental health and money management. They often partner with local agencies to offer fitness programming, Diabetes Prevention Program and cooking classes and also offer training and classes for caregivers.
For more information about their classes and programs, visit their website or contact Stacie Zuercher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-815-2062.
The OSU Extension Service in Tillamook County is your link to Oregon State University. They provide programs and information in Agriculture, Dairy, Forestry, 4-H Youth Development, Family and Community Health, and Master Gardeners.
They offer objective, research-based information to help Tillamook County youth and adults solve problems, develop life skills and manage resources wisely. Classes and programs include Food Safety and Preservation, Nutrition Education, and Walk with Ease and Strong Women/Strong People fitness programs. Visit their website or call them at 503-842-3433 for more information.
Food Roots believes all people, regardless of circumstance, should have access to healthy, local food that is nourishing and supports our working landscape. Our Local Food Access programs support everyone; food eater and food producer. Offering community garden plots, seed-tosupper classes and farm-to-school education, Food Roots is helping improve access to healthy, locally-grown food. For more information about their classes and programs, visit their website.
“Learning together how to be who you needed when you were a child.” – Anonymous
Classes include Nurturing Parenting and Active Parenting, where caregivers learn basic practices in raising healthy, caring children and the importance of making time to nurture themselves. Visit their website for class times and program information.
Who is FACT Oregon? FACT Oregon is an Oregon non-profit whose mission is to empower Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.
FACT Oregon offers trainings and family network events in NW Oregon and is excited to now offer them on the north Oregon coast! FACT Oregon also has a parent support line for all of Oregon for those with questions regarding disability and special education. Helpline: (888)-988-3228
For questions or more information contact Julie Chick: email@example.com