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Welcome to the clearinghouse of resources for the Western region. We want to make sure you, your family, and people you work with have access to the resources needed, when they are needed. Use our clearinghouse to learn what resources may be available in your local area or within your state.

How to use the Clearinghouse

First, select the service category you are interested in. Second, select the state you would like to search for resources that fall within that category. If you are new to using our clearinghouse, or if you are not sure what service category to select, you can generate a more generalized list of results to browse. You can identify the state you wish to explore and select the “search for resources” button to generate the list.

Ampla Health

Ampla Health is a 501 (c)3 non-profit network of community-based Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) offering comprehensive medical, dental, mental health, and specialty healthcare services in Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sutter, Tehama and Yuba counties.

We help with:

  • Nutrition Program
  • Patient-centered medical home
  • Pharmacy program
  • Telehealth

We work in these areas:

  • California

Mariposa Community Health Center

One of the most rewarding things about being part of the Mariposa family is the opportunity to work with colleagues who share our mission and common values of caring and compassion.

We demonstrate our culture of caring every day by the little things that we do to provide that extra measure of attention and service. It’s about giving and making a positive difference in the lives of our patients and the community. We’re here for you.

We help with:

  • Behavioral Health Resources
  • Community Health Services

We work in these areas:

  • Arizona

Colorado State University | Engagement and Extension | Rural Initiative

In June 2021, the CSU System Board of Governors voted to invest $8.58 million over the next three years in expanded support for rural Colorado students and communities. We are making these investments after listening to and learning from our communities, economic and community development leaders and individuals across the state. As we expand our rural initiative, we continue conversations. We listen and learn and work together with communities, evolving and enhancing our approach to serve the needs of Coloradans. This inclusive, statewide process led us to create key goals and the hire over a dozen rural initiative specialists who work to design and deliver programming that meets the unique needs of their communities.

We help with:

  • Education
  • Health Extension System based on prevention science

We work in these areas:

  • Colorado

USDA | National Resources Conservation Service

USDA Service Centers are locations where you can connect with Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, or Rural Development employees for your business needs.

We help with:

  • Climate Change
  • Equity
  • Soil Health
  • Soil Science
  • Urban Farms

We work in these areas:

  • National

University of Idaho I Community Mental Health Resources

The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC), formerly the Counseling and Testing (CTC) center, provides a range of mental health services to support University of Idaho students in their pursuit of academic and career goals, personal development and community engagement. Our faculty and staff are also committed to training future mental health professionals, including postdoctoral psychology residents, doctoral psychology interns, clinical social workers and trainees from other mental health professions. In addition to the services offered by the Counseling and Mental Health Center many community resources are available to students including Idaho State Wide 24/7 crisis centers, online mental health resources, phone apps, grief support resources and on campus resources through Vandal Health Education.

We help with:

  • Community Support Services
  • Grief Support Resources
  • Mental Health Services
  • Statewide crisis center

We work in these areas:

  • Idaho
  • National

ORCHWA(Oregon Community Health Workers Association)

ORCHWA was founded in November, 2011 to provide a unified voice to empower and advocate for CHWs in Oregon. ORCHWA is a membership organization and is led and directed by CHWs.

Beyond unifying and strengthening the professional identity of Oregon CHWs, ORCHWA seeks to support CHWs to obtain additional training, provide important networking opportunities, and facilitate CHWs and CHW programs to collaborate with each other, and community, government, health, and educational institutions.

ORCHWA’s members play an active and visible role in educating public health and health system professionals about the value of CHWs as well as addressing relevant policy and sustainability issues including: training, certification, and employment opportunities. Join ORCHWA today and become a part of it all!

We help with:

  • Network opportunities
  • Programs in collaboration in community

We work in these areas:

  • Oregon

Unidos Bridging Community

Unidos Bridging Community (Unidos) is a community-based, non-profit organization serving Yamhill County, Oregon. Our mission is to promote the integration, participation, representation, and success of Latinx individuals and families in Yamhill County and to build bridges of understanding and support among Latinx and non-Latinx.

Established in 2012, the work of Unidos is accomplished through the education of community members, policy and community advocacy, immigration support, and leadership development in an environment where collaboration and relationship-building are essential.

Unidos collaborates with nonprofit organizations, local and state government agencies, health and education partners, faith organizations, and businesses in our activities. We recognize that our mission will be most successful when our Latinx community leaders have community support and access to resources and services necessary for families and communities to thrive.

We help with:

  • Agriculture workers outreach
  • Education
  • Health Care Benefits Navegation
  • Youth Workforce Development

We work in these areas:

  • Oregon

Community Action Partnership of Oregon

Continuing Commitment as a Culturally Responsive Network
Culturally responsive services are those that are respectful of, and relevant to, the beliefs, practices, culture and linguistic needs of diverse consumer/client populations and communities whose members identify as having particular cultural or linguistic affiliations by virtue of their place of birth, ancestry or ethnic origin, religion, preferred language or language spoken at home.

Cultural responsiveness describes the capacity to respond to the issues of diverse communities. It thus requires knowledge and capacity at different levels of intervention: systemic, organizational, professional and individual.

 

We help with:

  • Education
  • Home Weatherization Services
  • Support to Veterans and their families.

We work in these areas:

  • Oregon

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center

Virginia Garcia serves more than 47,000 people in the community each year. We have 18 clinics providing care in two counties. There are more than 60 languages spoken at the clinics and our more than 600 employees work every day to provide high quality, culturally-appropriate care to our patients.

We work hard every day to provide this kind of care, but we couldn’t do it without the support of our generous donors. Want to get involved but don’t know how? Check out our Friends of Virginia Garcia and Corporate and Community pages for more information.

We help with:

  • Medication-assisted treatment for opiate and alcohol
  • Mental Health Services
  • Substance Use Services

We work in these areas:

  • Oregon

OrCAN (Oregon Climate & Agriculture Network)

OrCAN was founded in 2017 as a volunteer-run effort laser focused on state-level policy advocacy at the intersection of climate change and agriculture. Today, we are building an inclusive and collaborative producer driven network, providing educational programming for technical assistance providers, and continuing to advance institutionalized support for soil health that works for a farmer’s bottom line.

With a state-wide bird’s eye view on the landscape of soil health on farms and ranches in Oregon, we work with farmers, researchers, technical assistance providers, non-profits, and policy makers. We have organized hundreds of stakeholders in support of incentivizing best practices for climate resilience in the state.

We are active members of the Oregon Community Food Systems Network, the National Healthy Soils Policy Network, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition and the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Western Cover Crop Council.

We help with:

  • Education
  • Policy and Advocacy
  • Soil Health Network

We work in these areas:

  • Oregon

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