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Connecting the Community to Better Health

The Regional Health Education Hub provides centralized services that enable community members, health care professionals and partner organizations to easily access and refer patients to health education resources.

“I needed support, advice and a positive direction,” said Jeanne Haywood, 72, of Corvallis. “The workshop leaders and participants helped me to find my own path to living well with chronic illness."

Read Jeanne’s powerful testimonial of how the Living Well With Chronic Conditions workshop gave her the tools to manage her condition after she suffered a heart attack.

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Community Workshops

Group workshops are available to help you learn how to better self-manage your chronic conditions and persistent pain, quit smoking or prevent diseases like diabetes. All workshops are for adults, ages 18 and older.

Learn more about available workshops and view upcoming start dates below.

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Community Partners

The Regional Health Education Hub is a partnership between multiple community organizations working to streamline health education programming across the Benton, Lincoln and Linn County region. The Regional Health Education Hub’s purpose is to provide easy access to a range of health education programming options. The Hub can be relied on to support community members, clinicians and community partners by providing relevant evidence-based health education programming by meeting community needs and connecting participants with appropriate workshops and community trainings. 

Become a Trainer

Samaritan partners with community members to lead many of our workshops. If you are interested in becoming an instructor, please contact us by emailing