Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP)

Western Region Agricultural
Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP)

Catholic Community Services: Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Coast (OR)

Offer trauma-informed, strength-based counseling services in addition to crisis assistance, housing, and disability services


Service areas: Oregon

Go to Website | Phone: (503)-390-2600

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The Next Door

“The Next Door has over two dozen programs that support and empower people in our community. We help people build skills for loving relationships and healthy lives by: Providing a safety net for children at risk of abuse and neglect and for victims of crime. Leadership opportunities and economic development in our communities. Parenting support and education. Health and wellness education and advocacy. Mentoring, education, and treatment for high-risk youth and families. Giving extra support to local youth through Big Brothers and Big Sisters. With programs in Hood River, Wasco, Klickitat, Gilliam, Wheeler, Skamania, and Sherman Counties” Economic Development Services include Raíces Farming Cooperative and Promoting Prosperity entrepreneurship training and support.


Service areas: Oregon, Washington

Go to Website | Phone: Hood River, OR: 541-386-6665; The Dalles, OR: 541-296-8118

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Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (PNASH)

“The Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center at the University of Washington was established in 1996 and is part of a vital national infrastructure dedicated to the prevention of illness and injury among agricultural producers, workers, and their families. The center works to achieve this goal through partnerships with key stakeholders in the Northwest region (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington) and it works collaboratively with other regional centers to formulate national programs and policies in agricultural health and safety. Since the Center’s inception, it has worked to engage the three major agricultural sectors in the Northwest: farming, forestry, and fishing. The Center reflects a cross-disciplinary, multi-institutional, and geographically diverse set of initiatives whose efforts focus primarily on populations not well represented in current research, including hired laborers, migrant/seasonal workers, women, and children.”


Service areas: Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington

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Chaplaincy Health Care

“Working through life’s challenges can be easier when you have help managing change and navigating uncertainty. The experienced team of counselors from Chaplaincy Behavioral Health can help you restore lost connections, transform trauma, regain control and find new strength. You can receive expert guidance by meeting with one of our professional counselors in our office, or if you are homebound we can come to you.

Licensed therapists offer evidence-based treatments that have proven results.
Services emphasize improving the two things that matter most – quality of life and relationships.

Counseling is for individuals, couples, children or families and is culturally sensitive and bi-lingual. We can help you right now. Call (509) 783-7417.

Se Habla Español (509) 460-5804.”


Service areas: Washington

Go to Website | Phone: (509) 783-7416

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MHP Salud

“We are a national nonprofit organization that implements and runs Community Health Worker (CHW) programs. These programs provide peer health education, increase access to health resources and bring community members closer. MHP Salud also has extensive experience offering health organizations training and technical assistance on CHW programming tailored to their specific needs.”


Service areas: National

Go to Website | Phone: 956-968-3600

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National Alliance for Hispanic Health

“Today, the National Alliance for Hispanic Health is the premier science-based and community-driven organization that focuses on the best health for all. Community-based members provide services to more than 15 million Hispanics throughout the U.S. every year and national organization members provide services to more than 100 million people annually.” The National Hispanic Family Heath Helpline, Su Familia, offers free, confidential health information. Bilingual health information specialists provide basic health information on a wide range of health topics and make referrals to local health care providers. Additionally, offer The Buena Salud® Guide to Understanding Depression and Enjoying Life in light of COVID-19.


Service areas: National

Go to Website | Phone: 866-783-2645

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National Hispanic and Latino MHTCC

“Our mission is to provide high-quality training and technical assistance to improve the capacity of the workforce serving Hispanic and Latino communities in behavioral health prevention, treatment, and recovery. We disseminate and support the implementation of evidence-based and promising practices to enhance service delivery, promote the growth of a diverse, culturally competent workforce, and bridge access to quality behavioral health services. We are committed to increasing health equity and access to effective culturally and linguistically grounded approaches.”


Service areas: National

Go to Website | Phone: 787-785-5220

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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).


Service areas: National

Go to Website | Phone: 505.980.5156

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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). “


Service areas: Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington

Go to Website | Phone: 206-744-9327

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Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center

“NRTRC provides technical assistance, program support, education and information to Telehealth Networks in our seven-state region. Our staff members have strong backgrounds in multiple aspects of Telehealth and access to a wide range of Telehealth experts throughout the United States. Our primary mission is to increase the use of Telehealth service throughout the region, especially to underserved populations. To achieve that goal, we provide no-cost assistance to Telehealth providers. As one of 14 Telehealth Resource Centers in the United States, NRTRC has access to leaders in the industry on a wide range of topics and can help your program grow.”


Service areas: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

Go to Website | Phone: Phone:Toll Free:Contact Us(801) 587-0349(833) 747-0643

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The Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program is supported by the USDA Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network, under agreement number: 2020-70028-32731 proposal number: 2020-07631

The Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program is an equal access/equal opportunity program.