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Health Integration - Chronic Disease Link

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AHSC provides a series of public health education projects and activities (i.e. health education workshops), and psychosocial support programs, which include Health and Wellness Groups, Asian Wellness Connection, Chronic Disease Link, Living Well Training, Powerful Tool for Caregiving, Women Health, Tri County Mental Health Connection for Asians, and Healthy Kids.

Chronic Disease Link

Northwest Health Foundation

The Asian Wellness Connection - Chronic Disease Link (CDL), funded by NW Health Foundation, is a collaborative pilot project involving the Asian Health and Service Center (AHSC), Oregon Health and Science University's Richmond Clinic, and Rosewood Family Health Center. CDL draws on the concept of the integrated medical home to improve health care quality and health care outcomes for Asians. CDL will create a linkage between clinics and AHSC, connecting Asian patients to chronic disease programming at AHSC, as well as culturally specific and linguistically appropriate wraparound services. This project will allow clinical partners to leverage AHSC as a resource in order to better meet the comprehensive health needs of this underserved population.