Vancouver Home Health Care Agency


Resource Library

Welcome to the Resource Library at Vancouver Home Health Care Agency. Our Resource Library is designed to provide information and resources that can help you and your loved ones navigate the home health care journey. Whether you’re a current client, a potential client, or just seeking information about home health care, our Resource Library is a comprehensive and reliable source of information.

Guides, Articles, Videos, and More: In addition to government website links and helpful external resources, our Resource Library offers a variety of materials such as guides, articles, videos, and more. These resources cover a wide range of topics related to home health care, ensuring that you have access to diverse and informative content.

We are committed to providing our patients and their families with the support and resources they need to live healthy, happy lives. Our Resource Library is continuously updated to ensure that you have access to the latest information in the field of home health care.

We hope you find our Resource Library to be a valuable tool as you navigate the world of home healthcare. If there’s anything else you’d like to see included in our Resource Library, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us and let us know. We’re always looking for ways to better serve our patients and the home healthcare community, and your input is always appreciated.

Help is Available!

Speak with someone today.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages:
English, Spanish. Learn more
988 800-273-8255

Southwest Washington Crisis Line at:
800.626.8137 | TTY 866.835.2755

For immediate assistance,
Call the National Human Trafficking
Hotline at 1-888-373-7888

Oregon Department of Justice
Oregon Bias Crime/Incident Reporting

Non-Emergency Bias Response Hotline
1-844-924-BIAS    (1-844-924-2427)

Veterans Resources 

Clark County Veterans Assistance Center (CCVAC)
Columbia County Veterans Services
Lung Cancer Group
Make the Connection
Mental Health Resource
Multnomah County Veteran Services
NW. Health Center
Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
VA Northwest Network (VISN 20)
Veteran Rights and Discrimination
Washington Department of Veterans Affairs

Government Website Links: In this section, you’ll find links to government websites that offer valuable insights and resources related to home health care. These resources are carefully curated and reviewed to ensure they are up-to-date, accurate, and relevant. Our aim is to provide you with easy access to government resources that can help you make informed decisions about your health and well-being.

Local and National Resources…

Apple Health
Community Resources | DSHS –
Drug Watch
Find-help – Search and Connect to Social Care
Fraud Scam Alert
Free Chronic Medical, Dental, and Rehabilitation Services 
Mesothelioma Guide
National Human Trafficking Hotline
NW. Health Center
Oregon State Department of Human Services
Oregon Elder Abuse Hotline
Retirement Connection
Square Care Medical and Pharmacy
Sleep Help Institute
Transportation Resource Center
Washington Adult Protective Services
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

Federal Government Resources…

American Association of Poison Control Centers
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Center for Medicare advisory
Conditions of Participation
Department of Health & Human Services
Disability Preparedness Center
FEMA—Federal Emergency Management Agency: Individuals with Special Needs
Food and Drug Administration: State Health Departments
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Home Health Compare
National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA)
National Council for Aging in Place (NCAP)
National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN)
National Human Trafficking Hotline
National Institute on drug abuse
National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National Organization on Disabilities Emergency Preparedness Initiative
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Helpful Links: Our Helpful Links section includes a collection of trusted organizations and websites that offer additional information and resources related to home healthcare. Whether you’re looking for information about specific health conditions, tips for managing care at home, or resources for caregivers, you’ll find a wealth of valuable information here.

Oregon State Government

Behavioral health
Covid 19 resource
Multnomah County North Portland Health Centers
NW. Health Center
Oregon Health Plan
Oregon State Department of Human Services
Oregon Elder Abuse Hotline
Outside In IDU Health Services
Vaccines and Immunization

Washington State Government

Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington
Children’s health insurance program (CHIP)
Fraud Scam Alert
Medical Examiner | Clark County Washington
Washington Department of Health
Washington Adult Protective Services
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

Continuing Education
Embarking on a nursing career? Look no further. At Vancouver Home Health Care Agency, we’re dedicated to helping you start your nursing journey on the right foot. We provide free, invaluable information on various potential career paths within the nursing field. Our commitment to continuing education ensures that you have access to the resources and knowledge you need to excel in your nursing career. Whether you’re just beginning or seeking to advance, we’re here to support your professional growth. Join us in shaping the future of healthcare.

American Nurses Association
CNA free training
CNA training
Incredible health
Nursing Continuing Education

Guest Post Submission
Welcome to Vancouver Home Health Care Agency’s Guest Post Submission! We’re thrilled that you’re interested in contributing your expertise to our platform. Our commitment to quality content and the healthcare industry extends to our guest contributors. This page is your gateway to becoming a part of our community and sharing your knowledge with our diverse audience. We’ve outlined the guidelines and steps to ensure your guest post aligns with our mission of providing valuable, informative, and empowering healthcare insights. Join us in our dedication to improving well-being through knowledge, one guest post at a time.

The utilization of these codes is firmly established by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Their allocation is determined in accordance with usage guidelines defined by the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) Administrator. This meticulous regulation ensures the efficient allocation of codes for telecommunications, safeguarding smooth and organized communication systems across North America.

211—Community services and information
311—Municipal government services
411—Directory assistance
511—Traffic information
611—Phone company repair
711—TDD and Relay for the Deaf
811—Underground public utility location
911—Emergency services (police, fire, EMS)

988- Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

*Note: While 411 and 611 are reserved, they have not been officially assigned by the FCC.


“At Vancouver Home Health Care Agency, our commitment is rooted in caring and compassion, ensuring that your well-being remains at the heart of what we do”

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