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Health truly starts in homes, schools, neighborhoods, workplaces, and communities. We know that taking care of our health is done by staying active and eating well, seeing a doctor when we are sick, and getting annual screening tests. Our health is also determined, in part, by access to social and economic opportunities. This means, access to resources and support available in our homes, neighborhoods, and communities. The conditions in which we were raised and how we live can explain why some people are healthier than others. For example, a person without permanent supportive housing lacks a foundational piece for positive health. Underlying factors in the arena of social determinants of health are: Economic Stability, Education, Social and Community Context, Health and Health Care, Neighborhoods, and Built Environments.

In addressing social determinants of health, Cascade Health Alliance (CHA) partners with members of our community and various agencies to ensure Klamath County residents have access to the services they need, including culturally and linguistically appropriate services.