Healthier. Happier. Oregon.

Oregon Wellness Network (OWN) delivers programs to help individuals manage chronic health conditions, prevent falls, and foster well-being. If you are coping with high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, arthritis, diabetes or other chronic conditions, OWN can support your efforts to live life as fully and independently as possible.

OWN programs are available across all Oregon counties through a network of Area Agencies on Aging & Disabilities, local health coaches, and community organizations.

Network of Area Agencies on Aging & Disabilities

OWN Health and Wellness Programs

The wellness programs offered by the Oregon Wellness Network are proven to make a positive difference in quality-of-life measures such as feeling more in control, less stressed, and able to do more of what makes you feel well. Classes include strategies and exercises to take an active role in managing your health and well-being and are offered in seven program categories.

Evidence based programs are developed and verified by researchers to promote self-management of chronic health conditions (such as diabetes and chronic pain), prevent falls, and foster individual well-being. OWN offers the evidence-based programs listed below.

three images of an older man and two women in collage
three images of an older man and two women in collage

Health and Wellness Resources

Oregon Wellness Network has assembled a collection of free resources from local and national partners. These resources complement the health and wellness programs we offer. Everyone is invited to use and share the videos and content we have compiled.

Local Resources

Find local resources, like the Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon (ADRC), Latino Network,  Oregon Office of Disability and Health, Oregon Office of Rural Health, Walk with Ease OSU Extension Service, and more.

National Resources

Find national resources, like those from the American Heart Association, National Council on Aging, SAGE National Resource Center on LGBTQ+ Elders, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and more.

   Video Library

Watch informative videos on topics such as Diabetes Prevention and Self-Management Education, Falls Prevention, and Exercise programs.