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Research & Resources Overview

Here you will find research and resources developed by Upstream in addition to helpful resources from other organizations.

Over 50% of Oregon K-12 students qualify for the federal free and reduced-price school meals programs. Ensuring that those students get the nutrition they need to grow, thrive, and concentrate is critically important for achieving Oregon's education and equity goals. This report was designed to help parents, school administrators and legislators understand where Oregon makes the grade in feeding better food to kids, and where our state is falling short. It highlights four items where Oregon is...
This Health Equity Impact Assessment examines the potential racial, social, environmental, and economic health equity effects of a potential tobacco retail licensing policy on Multnomah County communities. The HEIA used an introduced state bill, Senate Bill 417, as a template for understanding the short term, intermediate, and long term health equity impacts. To download the full report, click here: https://www.upstreampublichealth.org/resources/heia-tobacco-retail-licen...
This Health Equity Impact Assessment examines the potential racial, social, environmental, and economic health equity effects of a potential tobacco retail licensing policy on Multnomah County communities. The HEIA used introduced state legislation, Senate Bill 417, as a template for understanding the short term, intermediate, and long term health equity impacts of a tobacco retail license. To download a separate executive summary on this report, click here: https://www.upstreampublichealth.org...