Partnership with OLLN addresses needs for mental health and educational support
Key findings and recommendations: FHDC farmworker residents shared feedback that informed the west-coast Farmworker study, uncovering many of the risks, dangers, and fears farmworkers face at their workplaces, prompting state-wide advocacy efforts for stronger protections, and resources for essential workers.
The Anáhuac Program: a Partnership empowering Campesino families to leverage traditional ancestral Indigenous knowledge to transform lives as agricultural laborers and into respected Oregon farmers and subsistence land stewards.
FHDC & Evolve’s Campaign for PAZ (peace) supports affordable family housing, job creation, health, and mental health resources for immigrant and farmworker communities in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
Martha Perez, FHDC resident and Promotora, is offered and accpts Community Organizing Position at PCUN!
Resident Services continues to bring essential services, health care, and mental health resources to farmworker and low-income families in the Willamette Valley.
FHDC Promotores helped facilitate more than 20% of the statewide COVID-19 farmworker wellbeing surveys
FHDC Evacuates residents from Silverton, Sublimity, and Stayton; Urges donations to support local communities through PCUN’s emergency response efforts.