Free Movie Screening (Girl On The Edge) and Community Conversation about Teens

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Based on a true story, Girl on the Edge is a powerful drama from the co-writer of Blue Valentine and the Executive Producer and Co-Creator of A&E’s The Cleaner. It follows the journey of a young girl struggling with the aftermath of a horrific trauma, the toll that it takes on her family, and the last chance she has to …

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AARP Raise your voice: Community Conversations about Caregiver Respite

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AARP Oregon: Raise Your Voice Community Conversations about Caregiver Respite Help find ways to ensure family caregivers in Oregon get some breaks from caregiving responsibilities. You may also RSVP for any of these events by calling toll free 1-877-926-8300 Albany – June 7th https://aarp.cvent.com/RespiteAlbany060716 Roseburg – June 8th https://aarp.cvent.com/RespiteRoseburg060816 Lincoln City* – June 9th https://aarp.cvent.com/RespiteLincoln060916 Eugene – June 14th https://aarp.cvent.com/RespiteEugene061416 …

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Science on Tap Lecture Series: How to Keep Hope and Good Health as Climate Change Worsens

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It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the doom and gloom of climate science. Projections for Oregon show increasing risk of drought, wildfires, heat waves, storms, and floods, and predictions for worldwide consequences are even more scary. These impacts threaten our health and the systems that support us…but maybe there is a silver lining in this dark cloud looming? Climate change …

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Good news for patients: Refunds for bad service and no surprise bills

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At Pennsylvania’s Geisinger Health System, patients can obtain refunds if they’re unhappy with their care, according to the Washington Post. That means if they’re upset about long wait times in the ER or they don’t cotton to a doctor’s bedside manner, Geisinger will offer money back, no questions asked, according to the WP. Read more about it here. Share this, …

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VA bosses in 7 states falsified vets’ wait times for care

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WASHINGTON — Supervisors instructed employees to falsify patient wait times at Veterans Affairs’ medical facilities in at least seven states, according to a USA TODAY analysis of more than 70 investigation reports released in recent weeks. Overall, those reports — released after multiple inquiries and a Freedom of Information Act request — reveal for the first time specifics of widespread scheduling …

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