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Community Health

Meeting the Needs of the Local Community

NEON works in partnership with local and state Public Health partners to address social determinants of health and a variety of community concerns, with an emphasis on reaching our most underserved community members.

Our team of trained and certified Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Health Care Interpreters (HCIs) can help individuals and families to access services and resources they need.

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CHW Support

& Check Ins

  • Trusting Relationship 

  • Needs Assessments

  • Home Visits

  • Resource & Referral

Health Care Interpreter Services

NEON Health Care Interpreters accompany patients to their medical, dental, and other appointments to provide interpretation in Marshallese.​

Contact the NEON Community Health Team for help accessing services and resources:

We provide services and support in English, Spanish, Marshallese, Chuukese, and Pohnpeian. Our CHWs are caring individuals who want to learn about what's important to you and your family. As they learn about your goals and needs, they can help you connect with programs or other resources that help you achieve overall health and well-being.


Teresa Aguilera, Bilingual Outreach and Enrollment Specialist, CHW

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Femika Jacklick, Outreach Specialist and Marshallese Interpreter, CHW


Martha Milton, Bilingual Community Health Worker

Commercial Tobacco Prevention

  • Education and Outreach

  • Connection to cessation programs and services

Emergency Preparedness

  • Education and Outreach

  • Connection to cessation programs and services

  • Community classes, education and outreach

  • Translated information

Communicable Disease Prevention

  • Vaccine events and education

  • Translated information about resources

Climate Adaptation

  • Education and outreach

  • Resources to help prepare for severe weather events


Abuse Prevention

  • Resources for parents and youth

  • Nurturing parenting

  • CHW Home Visiting


Family Support & Connections Program
NEON offers this program!
To find out more, contact one of the CHWs listed above.
EOCCO Community Resource Guide (EOCRG):
Food, Housing, Transportation
Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division:
Health Security, Preparedness and Response
Oregon Health Authority:
How to Prepare for a Power Outage

Find more COVID-19 resources at

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Safe + Strong Helpline: 

800-923-4357 (800-923-HELP)

Free, 24-7 emotional support and resource referral to anyone who needs it – not only those experiencing a mental health crisis.

Need Help Finding More Resources?

Our team is available to help you connect with services and resources.

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