Cascadia Health's mission is to deliver whole health care – integrated mental health and addiction services, primary care, and housing – to promote hope and support the well-being of the communities we serve.
Bottom Line for Portland
Broad community support of Cascadia’s whole health care model has meant lower health care costs, improved quality of care and improved outcomes for community members. Donations to Cascadia allow us to meet ever-increasing demand for services while evolving the way we support community members.
Donating to Cascadia’s whole health care mission means:
•Joining a movement and ending the stigma of mental illness.
•Supporting more than 15,000 individuals with integrated health care services and affordable housing solutions.
•Providing flexible client assistance funds to mitigate barriers to housing and healthcare including eviction prevention funds, one-time rental assistance, utility costs, motel and meal vouchers, and low-cost cell phones.
•Ensuring comprehensive primary care services remain available to everyone, regardless of ability to pay.
I had no hope, I never thought I’d have a place of my own or achieve my goals. Cascadia gives people that opportunity. The service is very important for people like me, who just want a chance to succeed.
--Michael, Cascadia Health client
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Cascadia recognizes that racism, particularly anti-black racism, is a public health crisis. We commit to being culturally affirming and responsive; to implement recruitment, hiring, and promotional practices that move Cascadia to more closely reflect and represent the communities we serve; to challenge ourselves to address health disparities and remove barriers to whole health care, and to hold ourselves accountable at all levels of leadership in implementing policy and practices put forth in this regard. Read more about our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion here.
- The first 150 donors will receive a voucher for a free Ruby Jewel ice cream sandwich.
- The first 100 donations of $25 or more will receive a coupon for a free bagel sandwich or coffee drink at Henry Higgins Boiled Bagels.
- The first 10 donations of $250 or more will receive a $25 gift card to Next Adventure.
The first 10 donors on Giving Tuesday (November 28, 2023) will receive an exclusive Cascadia Health tote bag!
Special Opportunity for all Donors 35 and Under
Give a gift of any amount ($10+) to Cascadia Health and be entered to win a $500 Portland Shopping & Activity Package including a 1-night stay at the Jupiter Hotel, 2 admission tickets to The Japanese Garden, a $100 gift certificate to Urban Farmer, $50 gift certificate to Screen Door, and a $5 gift certificate to Pip’s Original Donuts.
Special Opportunity for All Cascadia Employees.
Give a gift of any amount ($10+) to Cascadia Health and be entered to win a $500 Portland Shopping & Activity Package including a 1-night stay to Hotel Vance (parking including), a $100 Friends of the Museum Package to the Japanese American Museum of Oregon good for free entry for 1 year, a $50 gift certificate to Hello From Portland, a $50 gift certificate to Cheryl’s on 12th, a $50 gift certificate to Sisters Coffee, and a $5 gift certificate to Pip’s Original Donuts.
The first $15,000 in donations from first-time donors to Cascadia Health will be matched by Western Partitions, Inc.
The first $25,000 in donations will be matched by The Heatherington Foundation for Innovation & Education in Health Care, Inc.
Ruby Jewel brings pure joy to your freezer with distinctive and delectable ice cream sandwiches made with locally sourced, clean ingredients.
Henry Higgins makes traditional NY-style boiled bagels prepared with locally sourced ingredients.
Next Adventure prides themselves on their knowledge of the outdoors and spreading the joy of getting people outdoors safely, comfortably, efficiently, and within your budget.
Year Founded: 1981
Tax ID: 930770054
Cascadia Health is in the Health category which is sponsored by CareOregon.
They're a large-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.