Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County Community Grants

Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County grants applications are now closed.

The Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County grants are made available to develop or enhance projects that work to implement the identified goals, objectives and strategies within the Blueprint For a Healthy Clackamas County report and advance health equity and trauma-informed approaches within the 10 Health Equity Zones. Public Health continues to convene community members and organizations to provide input into community health improvement goal implementation. Future funding opportunities may be available in Summer 2020.

Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County Community Grant Awards FY2019/2020

The Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County is the county’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) for helping to coordinate, connect and align priorities for collective partnerships that improve the health and quality of life for area residents. Clackamas County’s Public Health Division developed a CHIP as required by state and federal law for accreditation. The Blueprint Grants provide support for community-led health-based programs to reduce poverty, raise awareness, and develop a long-term strategy to ensure a healthier Clackamas County.

Projects will focus on one or more of the following goals:

  • Access to Health Care & Human Services
  • Culture of Health
  • Healthy Behaviors

Funding for the Blueprint Grants comes from the county’s general fund. Clackamas County’s Public Health Division announced continuation funding for 6 awardees for grant funding totaling $99,556 to further the goals of the Blueprint for a Healthy Clackamas County.

Organization Amount Project Description Health Equity Zone
AntFarm $14,540 Teach, support, and engage community members in healthy choices. Oregon Trail
Clackamas County Children’s Commission $7,750 Partner with Oregon Food Bank to build school pantries at Canby and Sandy Head Start and host monthly free food market at Barlow Center. Canby, Oregon Trail
Clackamas Service Center $10,000 Expand capacity to align service providers and reduce barriers to program access for houseless. North Clackamas
Corvallis Neighborhood Housing Service $22,500 Support youth in maintaining stable housing and connection to services. Oregon City
Gladstone Food Pantry $20,000 Increase local access to healthy food and care-coordination. Gladstone, North Clackamas, Oregon City
Todos Juntos $24,766 Introduce nutritional and physical activity utilizing the Oregon ASK in rural schools. Canby, Estacada, Molalla River, Oregon Trail
Total Grant Award Funding: $99,556    

For more information and questions
Please contact us at ph-communicationsteam@clackamas.us.