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ATRIO Gives Back to our Communities

ATRIO Gives Back to our Communities

ATRIO Supports COVID-19 Relief 

ATRIO is proud of the work being done in our local communities to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Guided by our company values and a strong commitment to our communities, ATRIO is pleased to be able to make donations to support local programs designated for COVID-19 relief.

Wendy Edwards, President, ATRIO Health Plans added, “As COVID-19 continues to spread, we want to provide assistance to organizations serving the critical needs of the people most impacted. We appreciate the opportunity to give back to the people and communities that mean so much to our company.”

Douglas Public Health Network (DPHN).

Support will be directed to DPHN’s unique community-based project to work with local sewers and create the Capes and Gowns so badly needed for the health and safety of front line health care workers and local personal service employees (e.g., barbers, salons).

Douglas Public Health Network

Josephine County Foundation (JCF)

Support will be directed to JCF’s Weekly Food & Essentials program led by youth volunteers serving food insecurity and other critical needs of people including those who are homeless, families and seniors located throughout the county.

Josephine County Foundation Facebook Post

Josephine County Foundation

Asante Foundation

Support will be directed to the AsanteForward COVID Compassion Relief fund addressing the financial needs of front line health care workers whose lives have been disrupted due to quarantines, travel requirements, furloughs and shortages in personal protective equipment.

Asante Foundation

La Clinica

Support will be directed to help transform care delivery in direct response to the pandemic. This includes creating a clinic for specific COVID testing and treatment, moving service access to video and telephonic, expansion of dental care and deploying mobile units into the community.

LaClinica

Klamath Basin Senior Citizens Center (KBSCC)

Support will be directed to ensuring continued meal delivery to local seniors and other operational needs of the center impacted by forced closure. Cascade Comprehensive Care and ATRIO joined together to make a total donation of $65,000!

Klamath Basin Senior Citizens Center

The Klamath Tribes

Support will be directed to those community members directly affected by the pandemic in need of assistance with food, housing, transportation and other welfare concerns. Cascade Health Alliance added an additional $5,000.00 donation!

The Klamath Tribes

Oregon Nurses Foundation (ONF)

Support will be directed to the Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund addressing the financial needs of nurses in Marion and Polk counties affected by quarantines, required travel, staffing changes and furloughs.

Oregon Nurses Foundation