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Take the Pool Plunge: FAQ

| July 23, 2015
Take the Pool Plunge: FAQ

Q: How much is the swim pass? A: FREE! Swim passes are free for all Trillium members 17 and under. Q: Who is eligible for this program? A: Lane County Trillium members ages 17 and under qualify for this program. Only Trillium OHP members qualify. OHP members covered under other Coordinated Care Organizations do not […]

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Trillium Community Health Plan: ¡Refréscate este Verano!

| July 23, 2015
Trillium Community Health Plan: ¡Refréscate este Verano!

Las Piscinas Participantes Son: Amazon Pool, Eugene Echo Hollow Pool, Eugene Sheldon Pool, Eugene Willamalane Park Swim Center, Springfield Splash at Lively Park, Springfield Warren H. Daugherty Aquatic Center, Cottage Grove Preguntas que los Padres y Madres Hacen Frecuentemente

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Preguntas que los Padres y Madres Hacen Frecuentemente

| July 23, 2015
Preguntas que los Padres y Madres Hacen Frecuentemente

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Find Your VERB!

| July 9, 2015
Find Your VERB!

This summer, with support from Trillium Community Health Plan, we’re helping Springfield youth get active and move this summer! VERB is a physical activity type of summer reading program. Instead of tracking the number of books you read, you can count the physical activity you do! So, if you ride your bike, skateboard, dance or […]

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Trillium Community Health Plan: Take the Pool Plunge

| July 6, 2015
Trillium Community Health Plan: Take the Pool Plunge

Trillium Community Health Plan is offering  limited number of swim passes for City of Eugene Pools, Willamalane Pools and the Warren H. Daugherty Aquatic Center in Cottage Grove this summer to members 17 and under. Participating Pools include: Amazon Pool, Eugene Echo Hollow Pool, Eugene Sheldon Pool, Eugene Willamalane Park Swim Center, Springfield Splash at […]

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Colorectal Cancer Screening

| September 8, 2014
Colorectal Cancer Screening

Colorectal cancer is the second most deadly form of cancer in Oregon, but it doesn’t have to be. The 5 year survival rate for local stage diagnosis is 90%, yet only 38% of colorectal cancers in Oregon are diagnosed at this stage. In fact, according to Oregon BRFSS 2010-2011, only 59% of Oregonians 50 years […]

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Win With Water

| August 21, 2014
Win With Water

Lane County Prevention is partnering with Lane Coalition for Healthy Active Youth (LCHAY) to promote healthy vending for kids programs. As part of that work, LCHAY has launched a “Win With Water” campaign that is gaining national attention.                

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