One more AHO monthly meeting January 17 before AHO weekly meetings begin on February 1 at Capital during 2017 legislative session


>AHO Monthly Meeting – TODAY! Tuesday, January 17, 2017
>AHO Weekly Meetings in Salem begin Wednesday, February 1, 2017


AHO Monthly Meeting – TODAY! Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Location: Northwest Health Foundation, 221 NW Second, Portland
Time: 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Conference Call Line 971-279-6625    Meetings may be recorded

Guest Speakers: 

  • Lynn Saxton, OHA Director
  • Rep. Alissa Keny-Guyer


  • Behavioral Health policy recommendations
  • Health Care Policy agendas legislative session
  • Review and Updates: AHO Policy Priorities Master List –AHO Member Updates on Health and Health Care related legislation and policy issues  


AHO Weekly Meetings in Salem begin Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 12 Noon
And continue every Wednesday in Capital Room H-278 at 12 Noon
throughout the 2017 legislative session

  • First Meeting February 1, 2017
  • Noon – 1:00 pm Capital Room H-278
  • Facilitator: James Barta, Children First for Oregon
  • Conference Call Line: 971-279-6625
  • Speaker February 8 Meeting – Rep. Rob Nosse


Suggestions for AHO Weekly meeting speakers?
Contact  – Suzanne, AHO Coordinator: or

Allies for a Healthier Oregon (AHO)
 – a program of We Can Do Better –  convenes advocates in conversation about strategies and actions to improve health and health care in Oregon. Contact the AHO Coordinator to learn more about AHO meetings and resources

AHO functions are supported by the financial and in-kind contributions of members, supporters, and the community.

During the Oregon legislative session, AHO convenes weekly Wednesday meetings at noon at the Capital in Salem, providing a critical communication link for health and health care advocates working on legislation: 2017 legislative session meetings start on February 1 in Capital Room H-278 and continue every Wednesday at 12 Noon: conference call phone number 971-279-6625.

AHO holds monthly information meetings in Portland on the second Tuesday of the month during the calendar year.  These meetings often include presenters from public agencies and health care policy advocates including from AHO member organizations.

Throughout its efforts, AHO strives to function as a strategic communication center to affect policies and proposals that improve health and health equity for all Oregonians, and the systems that deliver those services; for relationship building, collaboration, and action among organizations and coalitions that advocate for health & health equity.

Please consider making your contribution to AHO in time to support our weekly meetings during the 2017 legislative session.  See AHO donation form here

Questions? Please Contact  – Suzanne, AHO Coordinator: or

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