Valiant Seed received $24,000 from the Umpqua Health Alliance’s Community Advisory Council (CAC) this year. The VS tiny home village was a passion project of the CAC and we were encouraged to apply and make a presentation in front of the board. These dollars will be used for site work for our Roseburg tiny home village.
We are so grateful for this support!
CACs are locally-based, community-centered organizations and the play a vital role in making recommendations about how to improve health care quality and services in their community.
Umpqua Health is the parent company of Umpqua Health Alliance, one of 16 Oregon coordinated care organizations serving the Oregon Health Plan. The Roseburg-based company and its subsidiaries are focused on expanding access, improving care, and reducing unnecessary costs across the clinical space for more than 26,000 Douglas County residents on the Oregon Health Plan and close to 10,000 more individuals with Medicare, private insurance or Exchange coverage.Tags: funding
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