Here’s What’s Happening!


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Samaritan Health Community Conversation

Oregon Health Plan members and community partners are invited to a community conversation and dinner sponsored by InterCommunity Health Network CCO at the Lebanon Senior Center, 80 Tangent St., Lebanon 97355 on Monday, July 6, 2015 from 5:30-7:00pm. A free dinner begins at 5 p.m. Childcare, accommodations for disabilities, and transportation are available upon request at (541) 924-8738. To reserve childcare, please call (800) 832-4580 or by July 1. All are invited.

InterCommunity Health Network CCO provides care for over 60,000 Oregon Health Plan members in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties. By integrating physical, mental and dental care for one out of every four individuals in our community, we are committed to improving the health and health care of this place we call home. We are a health plan that has joined with doctors, hospitals, and county governments to improve health and health care in Benton, Lincoln and Linn County. We serve the Oregon Health Plan members who live in our area.

Community Conversation – Flyer

Community Conversation – Flyer (Spanish)


Oregon Parenting Together Newsletter

OR Parenting Together LogoThe OSU Hallie Ford Center and the Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative have just released a new issue of their Oregon Parenting Together Newsletter.  It is very well done, and this month’s issue has articles on ideas for Father’s Day, playtime activities, reading with Dad, research on fathers who are happy at work and happy at home, and a fun “bug-catcher” to make with your kids for your next nature walk.

Oregon Parenting Together – June 2015


2015 Summer Camps and Programs for Kids with Special Needs

camp-clipart-summercampThe following camps target kids with special needs.  Go to their websites for more detailed information.  You can also contact  your local Parks and Recreation Department or OSU’s KidSpirit Camps ( for information about camps available to the general population.  Overnight camps fill up quickly; however, you can still get on waiting lists.

2015 Summer Camps and Programs for Kids with Autism and Special Needs