The Willamette Health Council is the governing body for the Coordinated Care Organization (CCO), PacificSource Community Solutions Marion-Polk and is an Oregon 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Willamette Health Council aims to improve the health of those living in our region by using integrated and coordinated care systems to increase quality, reliability, availability, and continuity of care, and to reduce the cost of care.


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our new office location

Willamette Health Council is pleased to announce our new downtown office location near Salem Riverfront Park!

205 Chemeketa Street NE · Salem, OR 97301 · 503-584-1303

The 2021 Community Health Improvement Plan is now available!

funding & grants

The Willamette Health Council (WHC) is pleased to introduce grant and funding opportunities for the Marion and Polk community.  In accordance with our mission, these opportunities focus on improving social determinants of health, health equity, and the quality of healthcare in the Marion & Polk community.

The WHC is using an online platform for grant management called Foundant. Applicants are required to create a new account prior to submitting their Letter of Intent (LOI) or application.

Mini Grants

We encourage applicants to focus on the following priority areas: behavioral health crisis system, housing, and Traditional Health Workers. However, we also encourage applicants to propose creative solutions to the complex arena of healthcare and human services in the Marion-Polk region. The mini grants are noncompetitive awards for up to $24,999. Mini grant applications are available year-round, and awards are made monthly.

Standard Competitive Grants

These grants must focus on one or more of the priority areas: behavioral health crisis system, housing, or traditional health workers (THWs). The Standard Competitive Grants are for projects with a budget between $25,000-$100,000 and are released twice a year.