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Behavioral Health Workforce Summit

Vision Action Network recently convened nearly 90 key stakeholders in healthcare, workforce development, faith, government, and the nonprofit sector to explore innovative ways to strengthen the workforce in response to the behavioral health crisis in Washington County.

With financial support from Washington County, the summit provided an opportunity to explore and brainstorm possible solutions to this crucial workforce shortage. VAN believes the ideas generated during the summit will be a springboard to action, and it is planning to reconvene key stakeholders in April.

Watch the recording here.

E-Newsletter May 2022

Opportunities to engage in the critical work of strengthening our behavioral health workforce, events for job seekers and families, and much more!
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E-Newsletter April 2022

Read and subscribe! VAN's e-newsletter offers updates on our initiatives, upcoming events, and other opportunities for collaborative engagement in Washington County!
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Behavioral Health Workforce Summit

Behavioral Health Workforce Summit launches dialogue on crisis in Washington County
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Leading with a Love Ethic

Ep 14 of Finding Community with Oregon State Senator Akasha Lawrence Spence
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Connecting People, Place, and Community

Ep 13 of Finding Community with Sabrina Wilson of The Rosewood Initiative.
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E-Newsletter March 2022

Read VAN's new e-newsletter for updates on our initiatives, upcoming events, and other opportunities for collaborative engagement in Washington County!
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The power of listening, learning, and mentorship

Ep 12 of Finding Community with Lamar Wise.
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Brown Hope Offers Healing

Ep 11 of Finding Community with Cameron Whitten, Founder and CEO of Brown Hope.
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Abundant Community Building

Ep 10 of Finding Community with Peter Block, author of “Community: The Structure of Belonging” and “The Abundant Community."
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Servant Leadership in Action

Ep 9 of Finding Community with Beach Pace, a Hillsboro, OR City Council member, West Point grad, US Army vet, & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest.
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