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Community Programs

We believe in the power of community-driven initiatives to foster health, wellness, and prosperity for all. Our diverse range of programs are tailored to meet the unique needs of our dynamic and growing community. From healthcare access to educational resources, and beyond. Our dedicated staff are here to provide comprehensive solutions that empower individuals and families to thrive. Join us in building a stronger, more resilient community together.

Get Help Right Away

Crisis & Information Hotline | 503-581-5535 | 988 | Available 24/7/365

NWHS Services

HOAP: Homeless Services

A place of safety and support for adults experiencing homelessness, offering resources, support, and skills training.

HOST: Services for Ages 18–24

Support, guidance, and shelter for young adults ages 18–24 who are at-risk or facing homelessness.

Crisis & Information Hotline

Our hotline supports thousands of callers annually who live in Marion, Polk, Linn and Yamhill counties, each needing crisis support, material assistance, or suicide intervention.

Food & Financial Assistance

We provide local residents with access to food boxes as well as limited emergency assistance to prevent utility disconnections and eviction, and to pay for prescription medications. 

Mid-Valley Resources

Mid-Valley Resources, operated by Northwest Human Services, is an up-to-date database with over 300 local resources for things like healthcare, counseling, suicide intervention, housing, homeless services, emergency financial help and more.

Outreach Request

Did you see someone experiencing homelessness who needs help? The request process is available to assist people experiencing homelessness in Salem with outreach services and supports.