Working Together to Help All Reach Their Full Wellness Potential
We believe in the power of partnerships. To improve the health of Wallowa County and to empower you, we cannot do it alone. Health is not just being physically, mentally, and spiritually well and seeing a doctor regularly. It also means having access to reliable transportation, safe, secure housing, access to healthy foods, accessible natural places and recreation, and social outlets. We work with community partners to make sure all aspects of health are being addressed in our community. And to help you!
If lack of secure, safe housing is making it hard for you to address your anxiety, that’s a problem. We will work with our community partners to find a solution so you can begin to heal. Yet beyond the immediate fix, we work with partners to address long-term solutions to improve the health of Wallowa County as a whole.
Meet Our Partners
Wallowa County Health Care District
Winding Waters Community Health Center
Building Healthy Families
BHF is a nonprofit family support organization, offering personalized universal family support and education programs for parents, caregivers, parents-to-be, students, and children. They focus on child development, age-appropriate behavior, parent-child interaction, positive discipline, and family health and safety. They promote family access to needed resources in the community and advocate for children and families.
Safe Harbors is a grassroots, non-profit agency that serves victims of intimate partner violence in Wallowa County, Oregon. They provide crisis intervention and advocacy services, as well as community education and outreach. They approach all their work through a survivor-centered lens.
Wallowa County Schools
Includes Wallowa County Veteran’s Services and the VA Clinic.
Department of Human Services
Addressing child welfare, food and cash assistance, vocational rehabilitation, and senior assistance.
Community Connections is a regional nonprofit that advocates and assists senior citizens, children, low-income persons, and persons with disabilities in attaining basic human needs and in becoming more self-sufficient.