CORE's 2021 Annual Report

CORE's 2022 annual report

CORE's 2022 annual report highlights some of the impactful and promising research, programs, and partnerships that our team supported in 2022.

We're proud to present CORE's 2022 annual report, showcasing our collaborative efforts to advance health and health equity across the Western U.S. and beyond through a wide range of high-impact research, evaluation, analytics, technical assistance, and capacity-building work. 

View the report to learn about: 

  • Highlighted projects, including the 10-year, $1 billion Building Healthy Communities Initiative, the Southern Oregon Peer Workforce Project, our housing and Medicaid work, and much more. 
  • Publications, featuring our papers in peer-reviewed journals like Plos One, Journal for Advancing Justice, and Journal of Housing and Urban Development, as well as our 2022 white paper on fuzzy matching. 
  • Our internal equity initiatives and some of the ways our team is improving equity and equitable practices within CORE.
  • What's next for CORE and our cross-sector partners, and our gratitude for the many partners, funders, community stakeholders, research participants, and staff that make this work possible. 

We've also launched a new web-based version of the report aimed at making it easier to scroll through and find the information that's relevant and interesting to you. We encourage you to click on the links throughout the report, where you can dive deeper into many of the featured topics and projects. Or, if you prefer, you can also download a comprehensive PDF version

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CORE 2021 Annual Report




CORE 2020 Annual Report

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