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The West Valley Human Services Alliance is a collaboration of families, governments, nonprofits, businesses, and faith-based and community organizations committed to the well being of West Valley residents.

  • Connect with your peers
  • Meet the service providers of the West Valley
  • Find resources for those you serve
  • Build strong partnerships and friendships

All meetings are open to the public. We encourage you to attend and get involved with building on the strengths of the West Valley.

  • Learn about service best practices
  • Reduce duplication of efforts
  • Augment existing programs with fresh ideas
  • Find a place to volunteer or work

Providing the best possible service to the individuals and families in your care often depends upon your own social capital and your willingness to partner.

Capacity Building
  • Expert panel discussions
  • Collaborate on funding opportunities
  • Meet monthly to Network and Learn
  • Convene Annual Summit in the West Valley

Calling the broad community to specific issues facing the impoverished and vulnerable in our community builds capacity to serve.

Meeting Archives


  • September 20, 2019: Pursuing Peace Conference, materials
  • May 31, 2018: Pursuing Peace Conference, materials
  • June 24, 2016: Behavioral Health Summit – changing minds about mental illness, program
  • October 17, 2015: Kinship & Foster Family Resource Fair, flyer
  • May 8, 2014: Foster Family Resource Fair, flyer
  • March 8, 2013: Helping the Helpers equipping those who interact with family caregivers, program
  • October 5, 2012: Caring for Our Children and Youth when hungry, when in foster care, when in school, program
  • February 10, 2012: Without a Ride, Life Unravels – Transportation for the Underserved, program
  • February 11, 2011: Benevolence & Beyond – faith leaders helping faith leaders, program



Since its start in 2005, the West Valley Human Services Alliance has been the central forum for human services planning in the West Valley. Members include an impressive array of private businesses, faith-based organizations, nonprofit agencies, municipal staff, elected officials, grassroots people, government agencies, schools, and law enforcement personnel.

What we do

The future direction of the Alliance includes creating a unified mission, building on the strengths already present in the West Valley and developing constructive strategies for resolving challenges collectively.

How we do it

Our strengths include a broad membership, rich networking opportunities and
a holistic view of the community. Diverse perspectives nurture practical plans that will improve the quality of life for everyone in the West Valley.

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