In 2015, One Community Health was honored to open its first School-Based Health Center. Located within Hood River Valley High School, this center was in direct response to community need and the key partners who contributed to make it possible.
Medical Providers at the School-Based Health Center
Certified Physician Assistant, School-Based Health Center Administrator and Coordinator
Joined One Community Health in 2018
Born in Oregon and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Kristen holds a bachelor’s of Science from Oregon State University and a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Northeastern University in Boston. Kristen comes to One Community Health with an extensive background in emergency and urgent care medicine. She is so proud to work at One Community Health and serve the people in our Gorge community! Her professional interests include women’s health and reproductive medicine, adolescent medicine, urgent care and migrant health. Outside of work, she enjoys mountain biking, running and backpacking, skiing, gardening, and any fun she can have with her dog outside.
Behavioral Health Providers at the School-Based Health Center
Behavioral Health Consultant, School-Based Health Center
Joined One Community Health 2017
A licensed professional counselor in Oregon, Maja graduated with a master's degree in community counseling in 2009 and began to work at a holistic Eating Disorder Treatment Center in Arizona. For seven years, she worked in residential treatment helping women and girls suffering from eating disorders and trauma. Most of her career has been devoted to helping women and teens love and accept their body, teach healthy coping skills, and heal from traumatic experiences. She is bilingual in Swedish and English and has lived in Europe and the Middle East, which has increased her passion for cultural awareness. Maja is an avid sailor, loves the outdoors, and spends many weekends exploring the Gorge wilderness.
Behavioral Health Counselor, School-Based Health Center
Joined One Community Health in 2017
Judy was born and raised in the Columbia River Gorge. Her parents originally immigrated from Mexico to Oregon and established their roots in Hood River, as migrant farm workers. She has fond memories of the care she and her family received from One Community Health. Judy is honored to be on the "other side," now providing behavioral health services to the community. Judy has a master’s degree in social work from Portland State and is currently in the process of obtaining her clinical social work license. Most of her clinical experience came from working at Mid-Columbia Center for Living, providing individual and group therapy to adults, youth and families. Her personal interests include spending time with family, friends and two dogs. She also enjoys exploring the outdoors.