It Takes a Community to Build a Village Using tiny homes for affordable housing is about much more than saving money by building small. A successful village of tiny homes takes a community to build it AND building a community among the residents that live in it. Building community with tiny homes is a real solution to the affordable housing crisis. Dan Bryant is a minister of First Christian Church Disciples of Christ in Eugene, Oregon and the Executive Director of SquareOne Villages, a non-profit that he helped to establish that creates self-managed communities of low-cost tiny homes for people in need of housing. The Project also opened a new day center dedicated to providing the chronically homeless with integrated services from many agencies across the Social Domains of Health. This presentation is the story of the deliberate connections between our housing program, assessment protocols, and service strategy.
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Colon cancer screenings save lives By Davis Sim, M. For The Register-Guard Cancer prevention, screening and early detection programs have been among the most beneficial health care practices implemented in the United States, saving countless lives every year. Cancer screenings are tests performed on healthy individuals without any symptoms. The tests either prevent cancer or detect it early, when the chances for successful treatment are highest. With March being Colon Cancer Awareness Month, it is important to highlight the progress, as well as issues, surrounding colon cancer prevention. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosis in both men and women in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates that , new cases of colorectal cancer will arise in
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