The Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic

Originally established as a provider of health care for migrant and seasonal farm workers, the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1978.

Today the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic has locations throughout Washington and Oregon, impacting the lives of thousands of adults and children each year. Services are provided without regard to an individual's ability to pay. A sliding-fee scale is available for those without health insurance.

The list of services includes medical and dental care, behavioral health care and counseling, pharmacy services, community health services and nutritional services. There are also educational and employment training programs. We are an FTCA-deemed site by HRSA.

Many of the communities served by the Farm Workers Clinic have significant populations of farm workers and low-income families. To help ensure we are meeting our patients' needs, an estimated two-thirds of our staff members are bilingual/bicultural. Many are from families who earn their livings from migrant or seasonal farm work.

Our Vision 

The health of one person is the health of humanity.

Our Mission

Together we are dedicated to lead, with the courage to care, the determination to promote personal growth, and the compassion to champion the cause of those who have no voice.

WE ARE YAKIMA! VIDEO

We are excited to share this video with you. While we have locations in Washington & Oregon, our roots are in the Yakima Valley. We are Yakima!


YVFWC NEWS

2.28.14
Family Medical Center Opens Remodeled Dental Clinic
Updated space offers the latest in dental care technology. 

2.20.14
YVFWC to Merge with Community Dental Care
Sunnyside patients to benefit from comprehensive care.

8.5.13
Sunnyside Immediate Care Opens Its Doors
Immediate care offers and alternative to the Emergency Room for Sunnyside.

1.9.13
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic Expands Home Visiting Services for Rural Families
Two grants will allow Northwest Community Action Center to add families to their home visiting program.