Valley Medical Center’s outreach programs, health library, classes and other resources help fulfill the healthcare network’s mission of improving the overall health of our community. From participating in community events as volunteers and sponsors, to our Volunteers in Action organization, community services and membership programs for young families, women and seniors, Valley Medical Center is dedicated to providing access to outstanding health services and information to our entire community.
ValleyCares is an online community resource for those needing help finding free and low-cost shelter, housing, food, transportation, education, legal and health services and more.
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Need something new to listen to on your way to work or while you’re out for a walk? The We Are Valley podcast offers bite-sized advice to improve your health and well-being, and keeps you updated on the latest medical guidance.
For our inaugural episode, we sat down with CEO Jeannine Erickson Grinnell to discuss how Valley is “reignited” since emerging from the COVID pandemic and what’s to come for our organization in 2024 and beyond.
Valley Medical Center hosts community programs that provide healthcare for the uninsured, educate the public about health and safety issues, teach new parents how to install a car seat, provide bike safety helmets to our youth, assist the families of cancer patients, provide flu shots for seniors, and more. Valley also offers ValleyCares, an online community resource for finding free and low-cost housing, food, transportation, education, legal and health services and more.
Staff members and community volunteers contribute thousands of hours each year to help sustain VMC's outreach efforts. And charitable gifts from our community make possible the purchase of the latest medical technology and other resources.
Learn more about becoming a Volunteer in Action.
Learn more about making a tax-deductible donation to support your community.
Exercise, good nutrition and healthy lifestyle habits are vital to your health and wellness. These services and programs are offered to help you get fit and prevent disease.
Symptom checker makes it easier to determine what to do when you develop medical symptoms. Symptom checker is available for both adults and children.
While it does not offer medical advice, symptom checker can help you understand potential causes, leading you through the decisions to make and the steps to take to feel better faster.
Classes, Seminars, Support Groups, Free Clincs & Other Events
Register for any of our FREE interactive health seminars, community "DocTalks," and screening events offered throughout the year.
If you're experiencing an emergency or are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1. If you are in one of our clinics or in the main hospital, you can ask to speak to a team member to receive confidential help.
Struggling with thoughts of harming yourself?
Feeling hopeless or in despair? Help is available 24 hours a day at the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline:
- Call or text 988
- Chat or text online at 988lifeline.org
Feeling unsafe at home?
Are you or someone else being harmed or controlled by a partner or others? Help is available 24 hours a day at the National Domestic Violence Hotline:
- Call 800.799.7233
- Text 88788
- Chat with an advocate at TheHotline.org
Report abuse of a vulnerable adult to Adult Protective Services (APS):
- Call 877.734.6277
Are you being forced to work against your will?
Is someone controlling where you go or who you talk to? Help is available 24 hours a day at the National Human Trafficking Hotline:
- Call 888.373.7888
- Text 233733
- Chat online at HumanTraffickingHotline.org
Worried about the safety of a child?
Need help with reporting child abuse? Help is available 24 hours a day at ChildHelp:
- Call or text 800.422.4453
- Chat with a counselor at ChildHelpHotline.org
Report child abuse to Child Protective Services (CPS):
- Call 800.363.4276
Valley Medical Center is designated as a Safe Haven for newborns who are in danger of abandonment. We encourage a parent considering abandonment to leave their baby in safe hands.
- Crisis Hotline: 1.888.510.BABY
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