Celia Lucas used her natural talents to inspire her husband and kids, leading to the opening of Art Impressions LLC in downtown Oregon City
The Oregon Health Authority is using more than half a billion dollars to support behavioral health and addiction services in the state.
The money will shore up an industry that came close to collapse during the pandemic, with the loss of nearly 150 residential treatment slots for adults and adolescents.
As many as 230,000 people in the state have developed long Covid, which can take years to go away by Lynne Terry – Oregon Capitol Chronicle Covid continues to sicken hundreds of people every day in Oregon, though fewer people need intensive care, according to the Oregon Health Authority. “Unlike[Read More…]
Oregon City Times – June 7, 2022 OREGON CITY – The Oregon Health Authority’s (OHA) latest COVID-19 information update says from June 3 to June 5 there were 414 new cases in Clackamas County, 132.4 cases on average during the last seven days, and 67,570 total cases. The county saw[Read More…]