Beaverton Community Health Collaborative aims to choose site, developer this month

Three developers are interested in building and managing a community health center in Beaverton for low-income residents, city officials said Tuesday. New market tax credits from the federal government could pay about 18 percent of the cost of building the center, Beaverton Community and Economic Development Director Don Mazziotti told the City Council…

Beaverton Community Health Partnership exploring non-profit status, seeking health center site

Beaverton hopes to establish a non-profit organization to govern the city’s community health partnership as the project moves toward establishing a health center in the city. City staff laid out the Beaverton Community Health Partnership’s immediate and long-term goals in a presentation to the City Council Tuesday night…

Beaverton Community Health Partnership plans one-stop health care using federal grant

BEAVERTON — Health care providers are planning Beaverton’s first one-stop shop of services for disease prevention and general wellness, funded in part by a $1.6 million federal grant. Many of those services already exist, but are scattered throughout the city, health care leaders said at a press conference this week. Services instead should be combined … Read more

Beaverton receives $1.6 million grant to provide health care programs, develop wellness center

The city of Beaverton announced Friday that it received a $1.6 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control to fight health problems such as obesity and develop a health and wellness center. The money will support the Beaverton Community Health Partnership, a group of about 10 health care providers. They include Community Action, Lifeworks … Read more