Resiliency Center Launch Team

Stayton, Oregon

Ed Flick
Director of ODHS, Oregon Resiliency Emergency Management

Kim Dwyer
Service Integration Coordinator, Local Stayton Community Member

Melissa Baurer
Director of Integrated Health and Outreach, Santiam Hospital & Clinics

Shelisa Schroeder
Family Nurse Practitioner, Local Lyons Community Member

Rolando Garcia

Rolando Garcia
Local Business Owner- Graduate of Stayton High & Community Member

How Did We Get Here

This center is the outcome of listening and meeting the needs of the diverse Santiam community. It will be a single building, serving as a central point of distribution to satellite organizations, partnering to expand and enhance service response. Building on the successes of Santiam Service Integration, it is a means to serve our community needs of social services by limiting barriers and increasing ease of access to multiple service partners, workforce education opportunities, disaster response, recovery efforts and education.

Service Integration 2017

SI Mobile March 2020

Disaster Services Partnerships
Sept 2020

Community Health Workers
July 2021

Integrated Health & Outreach Department May 2022

The Funders


  • Willamette Health Council, Canyon Collaborative- $300,000.00

  • Santiam Canyon Long Term Recovery Group- $13,000.00

  • Oregon Emergency Management- 108-Watt generator with trailer


  • Maps Foundation

  • Appropriations request for Community Project Funding, Congresswomen Lori Chavez-DeRemer

  • Senators Merkley-Wyden: Senate appropriations submission for Community Initiated Project/ Congressionally Directed Spending

  • Marion County, Community Development Block Grant

Provides Resources

and Support

How We Help

Local Partnerships 

Resilience hubs work with other local organizations to provide care, support, and navigation based on the needs of that community. 
Offering additional services and programs that build relationships, promote community preparedness, and improve residents’ health and well-being. (source: 

How We Help

Resiliency Center Key Elements

  • Office space for service providers and internal IHO team including MLT
  • Client/Provider meeting rooms
  • Conference Room for meetings over 30 people 
  • Education/Training Room 
  • Workforce Development Program operations such as OCHIN, MLT Apprenticeship, etc.

How We Help

Resiliency Center Key Elements Cont.

  • Incident Command Post 
  • Triage rooms for medical providers on-site assisting in disaster-crisis 
  • Adequate emergency supply storage
  • During a crisis or disaster, building equipped with charging stations and water filling capacities

Community Benefits

Workforce Development and Education Opportunities

Fire hardening, disaster preparedness, car seat clinics, diabetes education, workforce training, CPR first aid trainings, etc.

Navigation and Access of Resources

Services offered in one location, less commuting for families, reducing duplication of services, assist with safe timely discharges

Community Building

Hubs can help to build/strengthen relationships and connections with resource partners and the community.


Storage of basic need supplies and emergency-disaster supplies.

Incident Command Post Satellite

Offering expedited emergency response and delivery of relief support

Stay Connected


For more information, Contact Project Manager: Melissa Baurer at or call 503-769-9319

C/O Melissa Baurer 1401 N 10th Avenue Stayton, Oregon 97383