The November newsletter includes some plans for the upcoming organizational closure as well as a few key opportunities for engagement in Washington County.
Vision Action Network Announces Closure
Identifies Community Services Network to Carry Mission Forward
Our October newsletter highlights key community events and opportunities to engage, including the upcoming Thrives All-Collaborative gathering!
A Letter from VAN’s Executive Director
After 8 ½ years as VAN’s Executive Director, Glenn Montgomery announces departure.
Check out our September newsletter for opportunities to convene, celebrate Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month, learn, and connect with your community!
Looking for ways to engage and connect in your community? Check out our August newsletter for entertaining, educational, and meaningful events and opportunities!
Cohort receives $300,000 Future Ready Oregon Workforce Ready Grant
Funds will expand Latinx behavioral health services in Washington County
Beaverton Adopts Downtown Equity Strategy Developed by Team with VAN’s Leadership
BDES Intended to Promote Inclusion, Prevent Displacement
VAN Annual Report 2021-22
Learn about VAN’s impact and activities in 2021-22!
VAN awarded $25k grant from the Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation
Funding the Behavioral Health Workforce Initiative
Watch the Behavioral Health Workforce Summit
View a recording of the March 29, 2022 event, which attracted nearly 90 participants across all sectors!
Watch the Legislative Session Recap with Westside Legislators
View a recording of the March 16, 2022 event, co-hosted by Westside Economic Alliance!
The REC Unveils its Plan!
The Washington County Racial Equity Collaborative hosted Unveiling the Plan to address inequities and strengthen the community. See The Plan
VAN’s Statement on Racial Equity and Justice
Unprecedented times call for real change. Read the statement
Daily Community Briefings
VAN hosted over 30 video briefings on Facebook during the Covid-19 pandemic including some for Spanish speakers. Check out the entire library
Advocating for Equity
The Washington County Racial Equity Collaborative submits top-teir recommendations and questions for the County’s Board of Commissioners.
Responding to Hate
VAN brings people together to stand united with the larger world. Learn more.
See how conversations first convened in 2010 evolved to address the conditions that prevent people from getting ahead. Learn more