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Northwest Human Services has been proudly serving Marion and Polk Counties since 1971. 

Learn more about our rich history, who we serve and meet our Leadership Team and Board of Directors


View current employment and volunteer opportunities at Northwest Human Services. 

We value our employees and offer a fun, friendly work environment with many opportunities for career growth!


Northwest Human Services offers comprehensive Medical, Dental and Mental Health care as well as a variety of social services for those in need. 

Interpreting services are available at all NWHS program sites. 

Contact our Administration office. Get more information on our agency, look up business hours  or ask a question! 


We would like to thank our 2013 Community Partners:

Annette Day of Annette's Westgate Cafe has been a great neighbor to our West Salem Clinic and has catered numerous NWHS events in a most cost effective manner.

Salem Electric has shown a willingness to work with NWHS staff to find solutions so as to not disrupt workflow when electrical work is needed. They have also made numerous donations to our Agency. 

Kate Speckman, Events Planner, for providing her services to plan our very successful 2013 Hungry for HOST fundraising event.

Salem Alliance Church for collaborating with NWHS to act as a partner in disaster planning and donating use of their facilities for various events.  
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NWHS shall not discriminate against any individual based upon ethnic group identification, race, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran’s status, color, disability, housing status, educational level, economic status, social class, or linguistic preference. 

The Patient Portal, hosted by NextGen, is a secure, confidential, and easy-to use website that gives our patients and their families 24-hour access to their medical records.

 If you are already signed up, click HERE to login.

If you are a patient at our Total Health Community Clinic or our West Salem Medical, Dental or Mental Health Clinics, and are not yet signed up for access to the Patient Portal, please contact our Patient Portal Engagement Specialist at 503.378.7526 for more information and to sign up! 



Northwest Human Services Clinic sites are FTCA Deemed facilities
NWHS is excited to present our NEW Patient Portal! 
COLLABORATION, A KEY TO SUCCESS
Aligning services to reach more families  

In an effort to align services, Polk County Family and Community Outreach and Northwest Human Services joined forces to reach out to and enroll individuals and families in the Marion and Polk County areas in health insurance.

Over the past six months, the two agencies met on a regular basis to discuss upcoming outreach opportunities such as health fairs and school events where they often share an outreach table to promote Cover Oregon and the work of each agency. In addition, they used their meeting time to brainstorm ways to reach the more difficult populations and plan shared events.

Their partnership has included activities such as shared fliers, which they distribute to businesses and doctor's offices and that detail various locations and hours in which application help is available. Both agencies refer clients to the easiest location for them, regardless of which agency will actually provide the enrollment assistance. This allows clients to access services in multiple locations, languages and at various hours most convenient to them.

The agencies also hosted a series of weekend and evening application fairs in various locations. Community members were able to come and get help filling out the application or talk with a licensed insurance agent about selecting a health plan. These events typically served between 30 and 50 families per event.

Overall, the success of this partnership allowed both agencies to share the workload and meet the needs of more families over a larger area than either agency would have been able to reach on their own.