Established in 2011, in September of that year, Mid Rogue Foundation was awarded a three-year grant of more than $770,000 through the USDA’s Rural Health Information Technology Network Development (RHITND) Program. These monies were given to the Foundation to help improve health care and support the adoption of Health Information Technology (HIT) in rural health networks. The Foundation was one of only 40 awardees across the country and the only one in the state of Oregon. The Foundation focused on the adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR), Meaningful Use and the exchange of key clinical health information in Josephine and Curry counties.
The Mid Rogue Foundation promotes healthy and vibrant communities through support, advocacy, grant funding, and partnerships with a focus on housing, education, transportation and the built environment.
Foundry Village, Evan's Place, housing repair, Community Rise fund