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Central City Concern 061718
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTIE PERRY, DIRECTOR OF DONOR RELATIONS WITH CENTRAL CITY CONCERN AND DAVID NEFF, CO-FOUNDER OF THE WEIRD HOMES TOUR ABOUT THE WORK CCC WITH THE PORTLAND HOMELESS POPULATION AND HOW THE WEIRD HOME TOUR BENEFITS CCC.
central city concern is a nonprofit social services organization. That provides housing health care in employment support to people who are homeless or living in extreme poverty. We serve about 141000 people a year through a housing health care or employment. And we've been around in some form or another since 1979141000. People a year 141000. Has that a number gone
residents to help them stay house to help them connect with the health care they need. Whether that's treatment for diabetes. Or. Treatment for substance use disorder we make sure that they connect with the physicians
that central city concern. Provides toward community. Chair so we have thirteen. Health care sites that and provide everything from primary caring kind disease management to specialty mental health care . We also provide culturally specific services for the Latino and African American community so they can get to type a substance use
Portland Clinic of Holistic Health 051318
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ERIC BLAKE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AT THE PORTLAND CLINIC OF HOLISTIC MEDICINE ABOUT THE BENEFITS AND RISKS OF VITAMIN D AND SUN EXPOSURE, AS WELL AS THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF INFLAMMATION.
to hand. And that's changed a little bit of the case of health care has changed here. We're talking today with doctor Eric Blake a new dramatic doctor at the Portland clinic of holistic health. But
Healthcare Blues Fest 040818
AN INTERVIEW WITH NORMAN SYLVESTER ABOUT THE HEALING THE HEALTHCARE BLUES FESTIVAL, WHICH IS A FUNDRAISER FOR HEALTH CARE FOR ALL OREGON.
Portland public affairs program that I'm during blocks of the mission of health care for all or again is to bring equitable affordable comprehensive high quality. Publicly funded healthcare to everyone in Oregon and the United
what am I gonna do true but brother you with this. Healing health care blues is truly you looking out for everyone that you come in contact with. Tell me a little bit of what the human health care blues is all about. Well the only healthcare blues is some campaign for health care foe Oregon to get universal health care on the Balladur on 20/20. It's just health care is a human right we tried to make sure that. Musicians and small business and people across or getting housed affordable health care because I think that. Myself as a musician I know that's for sure that a place so many benefits. And then of course celebration of life. And then problem BM lack of health care the lack of redolent examinations. In no desks that's a human right I think that. That's why am in this assists for
gross and can cropper who wore on that first committee. Met with health care for all or again seven years ago when instead let's get the band back together yet in this put dispersal back together before and universal health care so they call me. In my wife and now we've volunteer how we planned this thing from October to April. And we
Karts For Kids 040118
AN INTERVIEW WITH SARAH STAMPFLEE, THE ASSISTANCE NURSE MANAGER IN THE NICU AT RANDALL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT LEGACY EMANUEL, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO IN THE NICU AND HOW MONEY IS RAISED THROUGH THEIR KARTS FOR KIDS GROCERY PROGRAM.
media an inner feeling is that as the Fed babies get healthier health care and I think that's an early draws me Q providing this care being accused her ex. Yeah when you see the baby
Planned Parenthood 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH ADRIENNE QUINTANA, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY OFFER AND GENERAL SEXUAL HEALTH TOPICS.
marry your gender non conforming. I Planned Parenthood works to deliver reproductive health care to people love of all races genders and ages we see people on the entire. I continuum of their life from you know. Pre adolescents all the way through pre man up artist on regardless of where they are in their life course. Can you tell us why it's somebody would come to plan parted as opposed to doing to him like a local and we don't. Great great question again so Planned Parenthood on. Op plan their health care very well or they may have. A concern that arises immediately that they wanted to be seen quickly so we offer walk
way that you wouldn't think of primary care but we seem reproductive health care as part of primary care. We know that a lot of people especially women in this country. Well actually I'm only on access our medical care for reproductive health care needs if they're generally healthy in every other way. So we see reproductive health care is as a key fundamental part of primary care to keeping yourself healthy absolutely. So how valuable for the services the provide.
on PP CW dot org read can find out information on your health care how to access us. And also on information on your arm links to our political advocates see if you're interested in helping
Portland Clinic Of Holistic Health 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ERIC BLAKE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND NATUROPATHIC DOCTOR AT THE PORTLAND CLINIC OF HOLISTIC HEALTH ABOUT NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE AND HOW PATIENTS CAN BENEFIT FROM IT.
the medicine so. It's a field now and I feel the medicine health care . That's derived really from what Lisa. Mouton. Natural helped actually started. And gosh murder I didn't take two years ago I mean what is movement forward natural helped. And tendered in Europe and how does that derived opera passions. I'm very good action and I think today we may think they can nature path conditions natural health care . People can just heard and aren't sure it might need homeopathic. Herbal medications. They can meet all the things. Compaq Packard chatter.
will suit. The American. Should work. Improper. But if not all patient health care . And they actually want US Supreme Court. Quarter of the American Medical Association ninety sic it is big. It's secrets the secret organization. That it is illegal and legal distraction to see you prosecute. The market and actually. Saying and what you're doing monopolizing health care system. I think it's being under the organization that quietly. And secretly working to lobby. I. Legally it creates against outlaw all
Can look at any. Numbers in terms of people are actually used health care dollars under coon creek natural contract. Uncle stand to listen to the significant work out of pocket who natural health pure sources
Oregon Food Bank 112617
AN INTERVIEW MYRNA JENSEN, PUBLIC RELATIONS WITH OREGON FOOD BANK, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO GETTING FOOD OUT TO PEOPLE IN NEED.
to really didn't important it's really been very good to have our health care providers. Being able has asked a couple. Questions to their clients that I like to have you ever worried about where your next move gonna come from you know do you feel you're eating a balanced diet. And then bill of health care provider can then pulling their patients Q. On food programs or food pantries in the area or. You know other support systems so that they are getting static quick food nutrition and can live better lives than you know than our health care costs go down. It's great to have those advocates and and experts on the field identifying those problems. Oh yeah it's been
You know and not to be putting a lot of money into health care . We're talking today with a morning Jensen with the organ food bank and don't murder are part of the lions getting any
Kinship House 111917
AN INTERVIEW WITH DENNISE KOWALCZYK WITH KINSHIP HOUSE AND DERENDA SCHUBERT WITH BRIDGE MEADOWS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH FOSTER CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
what that can should palaces. So pinched house is an outpatient mental health care facility for Foster and adopted children we've been around for over two decades now starting in 1996. By six women who were found health care the mental health care providers. And felt that. These are changes going on in the men and not health care of Tom decked some key services were being lost and that transfer changes. So they decided to create tension house because they felt it was very important to provide that care to these kids things around a trimming around attachment. Pianist he. Eighty BE DHD things of that nature and it's very effective therapy says they didn't want it to be lost because. The health care system must going to cover it. Foster children come with kind of a unique set of of complications shall we say so
Dollar For Portland 102917
AN INTERVIEW WITH JARED WALKER, CEO AND FOUNDER OF DOLLAR FOR PORTLAND, A LOCAL NON-PROFIT HELPING LOCAL FAMILIES PAY MEDICAL EXPENSES.
I mean. It's I guess it's a little political. It you know health care is a huge deal right now on. I mean I was there I don't really know who and why I think that
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. HAN LIANG, CHIEF OF MENTAL HEALTH AT KAISER PERMANENTE ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF DEPRESSION AND TEEN MENTAL HEALTH.
Permanente. Don't doctor Gupta to talk about the state of the American health care system as it relates to mental health and what can we do to improve it. Yeah. So I. Again I'm really impressed
the idea of breaking down silos and being able to integrate our health care system. Across behaved girl. Addiction. And primary care specialty care old all of these things under one house that would be my