On this page, you will find links to helpful resources.
Are you new to the EOUHS program?
Below you’ll find a link to the Parent Handbook, which contains everything you need to know about our programs and what to expect from EOUHS:
This is the website to apply for food, cash, and medical benefits (SNAP, TANF, OHP)
If you already receive benefits, you can view and manage your accounts on this website.
On this website, you can estimate your WIC eligibility
Union County office: (541)-962-8800
Baker County office: (541)-523-8212.
This website is frequently updated and features a calendar of events for parents and families.
These Calendars are categorized by the age group of the children.
This website has both a sign-up and access button for MyChart for Patients of Grande Ronde Hospital and Clinics.
This website has both a sign-up and access button for mychart for Patients of St.
Alphonsus medical system. It also has a phone number for help in accessing the portal.
Additional Resources Below:
Offers support for early childhood care, development, and education.
Helps coordinate healthy families with prenatal to 8-year-olds.
A community health resource for residents of Union County.
Offers training and support in various aspects of health and business practices.
Advocacy and assistance for basic needs and self-sufficiency.
Resources for people living with emotional, behavioral, or cognitive differences.
Offers resources for obtaining food for people in all situations.
Offers support and help with various difficult situations.
School District Webpages:
Parenting Education Opportunities for you!
If you are interested in Parenting Education Opportunities, we have attached a calendar here containing all these opportunities and more!
Please join our Local Community Health Partnership (LCHP):
Fill out the new application here! As we recently transitioned to an LCHP, this new application will help us compile information on who is representing Union County as part of these meetings. Spanish forms are available upon request. The link to the application is also below:
Literacy Picnic Youtube Channel:
Fentanyl Awareness Resources:
Fentanyl is on the rise in the country, which can put many people in harm. Talk to your loved ones about the dangers of Fentanyl, don’t take any random pills or pills bought outside of normal channels, as they could be fake and very possibly deadly. Learn more about resources to help those you love with these flyers or by visiting the GOBHI site: