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Former NBA and Oregon Duck Basketball player Luke Jackson will be joining us for the 9th Annual Tee Off For Kids Charity Golf Tournament

Siskiyou Community Health Center is looking forward to another great golf tournament. The tournament will be held at Grants Pass Golf Club on Friday, September 21 at 9:00 a.m. With support from our sponsors and players, Tee Off For Kids helps fund important programs at Siskiyou Community Health Center that benefit children in our community.  One of these programs, the ...

Maggie Rollins

Position on board: Board Member Why I serve on the SCHC board: I have worked in the medical community of Josephine County for 30 years. During that time I have seen Siskiyou Community Health Center grow and evolve into a dynamic provider of “whole person” care. The future of health care will be challenging. I believe Siskiyou Community Health Center is ...

Siskiyou Community Health Center Announces New Chief Executive Officer

Grants Pass, OR – Siskiyou Community Health Center announced today that its board of directors has unanimously chosen Rich Booth as the new Chief Executive Officer. Booth, who has been serving as the Chief Operating Officer of Siskiyou Community Health Center since 2008, will succeed the late Kurt Higuera. Booth and Higuera worked closely for nearly 10 years and, together, ...

Siskiyou Community Health Center Receives $12,000 District Grant From Rogue Gateway Rotary Club

Grants Pass, OR – Rogue Gateway Rotary Club of Grants Pass has partnered with Siskiyou Community Health Center (SCHC) by providing a district grant to SCHC’s Healthy Families (HF) and Project Baby Check (PBC) programs. Rotary District Grants fund scholarships, projects and travel that align with the mission of The Rotary Foundation, which is to enable Rotarians to advance ...

Siskiyou Community Health Center Receives $175,700 Grant From Health Resources and Services Administration

Grants Pass, OR – The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded more than $200 million to 1,178 health centers and 13 rural health organizations to increase access to substance abuse and mental health services. Siskiyou Community Health Center (SCHC) received $175,700 of those funds. Siskiyou Community Health Center will use the funds for the expansion and integration of mental ...