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Host a member of the OHA AmeriCorps VISTA team
Logo of the OHA AmeriCorps VISTA Partnership Project
Public, private, or faith-based nonprofit organizations, as well as, local, state, tribal or federal agencies can become an AmeriCorps VISTA host site. Applications for the Oregon Health Authority VISTA Partnership Project are handled by the Public Health Division in partnership with the Corporation State Offices.​

Host sites identify significant program level work that will help build local capacity to alleviate poverty and improve the public health.  Sites host AmeriCorps VISTA national service members each for one year, often for three successive years.  OHA VISTAs join one of two teams, beginning their year of service in April or August. Host sites provide a financial match, direct the project, supervise and mentor the VISTA, and provide necessary administrative support to complete the goals and objectives of the project. 

AmeriCorps VISTA members spend one year in full-time service to address the needs of low-income communities and improve public health. All projects focus on building permanent public health infrastructure in communities to help them more effectively bring individuals and communities out of poverty.
Application guidance:


Application part I:
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Danielle Brown, MPA
Oregon Health Authority/AmeriCorps VISTA Partnership Project & Training Coordinator