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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.

Catholic Community Services

Offer mental health services to Medicare-eligible children and families; also specialized services for immigrants as well as shelter, housing, addiction recovery, etc.

We serve:

  • People with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
  • Children, youth, and families facing adversity

We help with:

  • Farm Stress
  • Financial & Business Planning
  • Legal Help & Mediation Services
  • Resources for BIPOC Farmers
  • Resources for Farmworkers / Migrant Workers
  • Substance Use Support

We work in these areas:

  • Oregon
  • Washington

Growing Veterans

“Our home base farm is in Lynden, WA. Situated in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, between the Cascade Mountain Range and the Puget Sound, our certified organic farm serves as the cornerstone for Growing Veterans. This is where our peer-support and community engagement ethos come to life. We invite folks from all over the community to come and join us, because it’s impossible for a veteran to fully come home without being an active member of their community again. Vets are welcomed home, stereotypes are broken, and friendships are formed.

We also have an outpost farm on Greenbank Whidbey Island, WA located just 20 minutes from NAS Whidbey.”

We help with:

  • Crisis Assistance
  • Farm Stress
  • Resources for Beginning Farmers
  • Resources for Veteran Farmers

We work in these areas:

  • Washington

Great Rivers Behavioral Health Organization

“Beginning April 1, 2016 Great Rivers Behavioral Health became the fiscal agent for publicly-funded mental health and substance use disorder treatment in Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties… We hope to improve the overall well-being in these counties by addressing the behavioral health needs of their communities. Great Rivers is committed to these goals: Assure access to all residents within Great Rivers’ communities to 24-hour/7-days-a-week coverage of crisis services. Assure timely access to medically-necessary behavioral health services. Foster coordination of behavioral health services with other county and community services. Create a regional system of care to expand access to specialized behavioral health services.”

We help with:

  • Crisis Assistance
  • Farm Stress
  • Substance Use Support

We work in these areas:

  • Washington

Rural Health Clinic Association of Washington

“The Rural Health Clinic Assn of WA is dedicated to maintaining access to health care in rural areas and provide a voice for Rural Health Clinics, to citizens, legislators, & State and Federal agencies.”

We help with:

  • Farm Stress
  • Substance Use Support

We work in these areas:

  • Washington

WA Rural Health Association

“The Washington Rural Health Association’s mission is to collaboratively strengthen and improve the health of rural communities.

The Washington Rural Health Association was formed in 1988, an outgrowth of the developing vision of many individuals and organizations who recognized the value of uniting to support rural health care throughout the state of Washington.

The Washington Rural Health Association recognizes that rural areas are unique and differ from urban areas in their geography, population mix and density, economics, lifestyle, values, and social organizations. Rural people and communities require programming and advocacy that responds to their unique characteristics and needs.

Through discussion and exploration, the WRHA works to create a clear understanding of rural health care in Washington, its needs and effective ways to meet these needs.”

We help with:

  • Farm Stress
  • Substance Use Support

We work in these areas:

  • Washington

Washington Organizations – Rural Health Information Hub

“If you’re looking for information, opportunities, and resources on rural health, you’ve come to the right place.

The Rural Health Information Hub, formerly the Rural Assistance Center, is funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy to be a national clearinghouse on rural health issues. We are committed to supporting healthcare and population health in rural communities.

The RHIhub is your guide to improving health for rural residents—we provide access to current and reliable resources and tools to help you learn about rural health needs and work to address them.”

We help with:

  • Farm Stress
  • Substance Use Support

We work in these areas:

  • Washington

Benton-Franklin Legal Aid

“The Benton-Franklin Legal Aid Society will provide legal assistance to Qualified Low-Income individuals who would otherwise be denied access to the Justice system because of the inability to pay for the cost of counsel.”

We help with:

  • Legal Help & Mediation Services
  • Resources for BIPOC Farmers
  • Resources for Farmworkers / Migrant Workers

We work in these areas:

  • Washington

NW Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC)

“The Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (Northwest MHTTC) provides training and technical assistance (TA) in evidence-based practices (EBP) to behavioral health and primary care providers, and school and social service staff whose work has the potential to improve behavioral health outcomes for individuals with or at risk of developing serious mental illness in SAMHSA’s Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington). “

We help with:

  • Farm Stress
  • Substance Use Support

We work in these areas:

  • Alaska
  • Idaho
  • Oregon
  • Washington

Northwest Access Fund

“Our programs are open to all people with disabilities, including seniors, in Washington and Oregon of all incomes, all ages, and all types of disabilities.” Provide loans for AT, Adapted Vehicles, Home Modification, Hearing Aids as well as Financial Coaching.

We offer people with disabilities customized loans, financial coaching, and other resources to promote access to assistive technology, independence, financial resilience, and life opportunities.

We help with:

  • Financial & Business Planning
  • Funding Opportunities for Farmers
  • Research, Technical Assistance, & Education
  • Resources for Farmers with Disabilities

We work in these areas:

  • Oregon
  • Washington

National Latino Behavioral Health Association (NLBHA)

“The Objective of the NLBHA is to provide national leadership on mental health and substance abuse concerns of the Latino community in five major areas of focus:

Policy Issues in Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Education and Workforce issues
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service Delivery
Latino Focused Behavioral Health Research
Latino Family Focused Interventions.” Centers include the National Hispanic and Latino ATTC (Addiction Technology Transfer Center) and the Natl. Hispanic and Latino PTTC (Prevention Technology Transfer Center).

We help with:

  • Farm Stress
  • Resources for Farmworkers / Migrant Workers
  • Substance Use Support

We work in these areas:

  • National

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