CHW Programs in Oregon
Below is a list of organizations that currently employ or support CHWs in Oregon
The purpose of the Traditional Health Worker (THW) program is to help THWs in Oregon become trained and certified to meet current standards, diversify the health care workforce, provide high-quality and culturally competent care to our increasingly diverse populations and ultimately promote health equity.
Nonprofit health plan serving the health care needs of low-income Oregonians.
Cornerstone Community Housing is committed to building quality, affordable housing for people living on limited incomes and offering services that promote opportunities for personal growth and economic independence.
Offering behavioral health services, family & community support, child welfare programs, refugee & immigrant services, and senior & disabilities services.
Access to primary and preventive health services, to increase health insurance coverage and to promote a culture of preventive health care among Mexicans and their families living in the United States by providing information, education, counseling and quality.
Defining the qualifications of homecare workers; creation of a statewide registry of homecare workers; training opportunities for homecare workers and consumers and; collective bargaining on behalf of homecare workers whose pay comes from public funds.
Parish-based health promotion and leadership training in the Latino community.
Advocacy around perinatal care, chronic illness management, wellness courses and migrant farmworker wellness. Areas served include Hood River and Wasco counties in Oregon and Klickitat and Skamania counties in Washington.
Improving health through connections with the care and social services. Helping patients with chronic conditions use medical services more effectively results in higher satisfaction, better health and lower costs.
Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital is committed to providing the very best health care to the Columbia Gorge community.
Non-profit rural health collaborative of providers, agencies and community members from Union, Wallowa, and Baker Counties of Northeast Oregon. CHWs work with clients in family health care coordination, connection to and enrollment into a variety of health care options.
Their mission is to protect and improve the underserved individuals and their community.
They are committed to enhancing health and wellness for all citizens in Lane County, providing services that span individuals to families or communities at large.
High-quality, comprehensive, and culturally appropriate primary health care to the communities of Washington and Yamhill Counties with a special emphasis on migrant and seasonal farmworkers and others with barriers to receiving healthcare.
Mosaic Medical is a community-based, community-supported and community-governed network of community health centers that provide quality care for all regardless of life circumstances.
Holistic education and empowerment opportunities to low income Latina women and their families to ensure full participation and active leadership in the community.
Housing, hope and futures for the well-being of working families and seniors.
HIV prevention, support and empowerment of people living with or affected by HIV, and elimination of HIV-related stigma and health disparities.
Healing, homes and hope for people living with mental health and addiction challenges.
Wide array of social services for low-income Latinos in the Portland-metro area.
Comprehensive continuum of affordable housing options integrated with direct social services including healthcare, recovery and employment.
Providing a range of programs and services focused on prevention, protection and promotion of the public’s health throughout all of Clackamas County.
Builds capacity in communities most affected by inequities to improve health and eliminate disparities.
Familias en Acción helps individuals with and without health insurance, who have been diagnosed with any of the following conditions: diabetes, hypertension, kidney failure, cancer, HIV, substance dependence, any chronic diseases, and others.
Helping low-income and homeless families and individuals gain self-sufficiency by providing affordable housing, family support services, job readiness training and economic development opportunities.
Integration of refugees, immigrants, and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy, and inclusive multiethnic society.
Infant mortality prevention, breastfeeding support, and midwife training organization comprised of women and men who want to improve birth outcomes and provide training opportunities in their communities.
As a nonprofit, locally owned organization, Legacy Health exists to serve.
Their mission is to work in partnership with the communities they serve, to assure, promote and protect the health of the people of Multnomah County.
We provide culturally-specific programs and services that guide our people in the direction of personal success and balance through cultural empowerment. Our continuum of lifetime services create a wraparound, holistic healthy environment that is Youth Centered, Family Driven, Elder Guided.
Advancing health equity and improving health outcomes in a medically under-served community by offering health screening and basic medical services at no cost. Priority is given to African Americans and low-income neighborhood residents.
Supporting individual success, family stability, and child well-being.
As the state’s only academic health center, OHSU’s breakthrough research leads to new cures, new standards of care, and a better understanding of the basic science that drives biomedical discovery.
Providing youth with the hope, confidence, and skills necessary to build stable lives.
Helping low-income and under-insured individuals manage their diabetes by bringing together healthcare providers from across the health professions to provide screening and care.
Providing access to healthcare services for Oregon‘s seasonal vineyard workers and their families.
Empowering African Americans and other Oregonians to achieve equality in education, employment, and economic security.
Growing and sharing healthy food, learning and teaching skills, and empowering community leadership.
Federally Qualified Health Center with multiple locations that provides primary care and urgent health care to patients in need. Services are provided at morning and evening clinics, as well as on the Mobile Medical Clinic where patients can be seen and cared for by a physician right in their own neighborhood.
They promote health and well-being by influencing policies, systems and environments; providing education, programs and services; and responding to the needs of vulnerable populations.
Medical and dental care, behavioral health care and counseling, pharmacy services, community health services and nutritional services.