Community Health Council

The Community Health Council is a Mandated Committee. Mandated Committees are an advisory body to the Board of Commissioners, appointed by the Board. The existence charge and sometimes the composition of the committee is controlled by the enabling legislation (Lane Manual 3.505).

“I enjoy serving on the Board, it has given me the opportunity to share my experiences. It has brought out things in myself that I didn’t know I had.” Marianne, Board Member since 2004

Community Health Centers of Lane County is looking for individuals to serve on the Community Health Council.   This is your opportunity to have your voice heard and help make a difference. For more information about serving on the Board, please contact David Parker, Board Chair at

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Provides input and feedback to generally advise development, implementation and evaluation of Community Health Centers of Lane County (CHCLC) programs.

Meeting Schedule

Monthly, 3rd Tuesday of each month from 5:15 pm to 7:30 pm at Delta Oaks Clinic

1022 Green Acres Rd. Eugene, OR 97408


(9 to 15) The Council shall have 9 to 15 members. Representation is from consumers, health care providers, and community representatives as follows: 51% are individuals who are served by the CHCLC and representative with respect to demographic factors. 49% are representative of the CHCLC catchment area who have expertise in community affairs, local government, finance, legal affairs, trade unions, commercial or industrial concerns, or social service agencies.


4 years, ending June 30.

Department Website



For Information on All Current Committee Vacancies: View theCommittee Vacancy Notice

Note: You may submit an application at any time. Applications are kept for 12 months from the date the application is received and will be considered should a vacancy occur within that time frame. Application forms are also available in the Board of Commissioners office, Public Service Building, 125 E. 8th Avenue, Eugene.

Committee Bylaws

Ellen Dailey Award

Ellen Dailey Award presented to Marianne Malott, Community Health Council Member


Ellen Dailey Award winners are people who have experienced homelessness and have found their own voice as advocates for others who experience homelessness. Award winners are driven by a passion for justice and a commitment to ending homelessness. The National Health Care for the Homeless Council presented Marianne Malott with the 2013 Ellen Dailey Award.Congratulations Marianne!