News & Updates

First Annual Forum on Aging in Rural Oregon

April 20-21, 2017, in Hood River, Oregon. Registration is now open. The Oregon Office of Rural Health believes that rural Oregon communities have the potential to be ideal places to age. This event will provide a forum where people can gather to talk about their...

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Mass Shootings and a Mental-Health Disgrace

The federal bureaucracy is anti-patient, anti-family and anti-medical care. Reform is essential. By Tim Murphy Oct. 8, 2015 7:24 p.m. ET These past few months have brimmed with tragedy. Americans are struggling to make sense of horrific acts of mass violence like the...

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Career Opportunity with SAVO

Special Advocates for Vulnerable Oregonians (SAVO) - a nonprofit organization founded in 2012 - seeks a full-time Executive Director to manage program operations, with 2015 priorities being the design of a Volunteer Guardianship Monitoring Program model that can be...

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Passage of SB 1553

SB 1553, the bill to establish a statewide public guardianship/conservatorship program, has officially passed the legislature!  Following a unanimous vote in the Senate yesterday, the bill passed unanimously on the House floor today.  The Governor's signature is all...

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Professional Fiduciary Certification Requirements – update

Colleagues, GCA Oregon is pleased to announce that House Bill 3129, was signed into law by Governor Kitzhaber, on July 29th, 2013.   This brings Oregon to its next step of ensuring that professional fiduciaries are held to a high standard of practice, in serving its...

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Welcome to GCA Oregon

Welcome to our updated website. It is a work in progress so we'd appreciate it if you let us know if there is additional information you'd like to see, events you'd like posted, and just general feedback about the usability of the site. GCA Oregon is a member...

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