NWRC's four-year Strategic Area Plan focuses on the needs of older people and people with disabilities, as well as community strengths and challenges.

Our four-year Strategic Plan is currently being updated to focus on the next four years. We will continue to focus on the needs of older people, people with disabilities, and people impacted by complex medical conditions. The proposed 2024 - 2027 Strategic Plan outlines our agency’s mission, describes our target population, defines the areas of importance to improve support for those populations, provides a profile of how our resources are deployed, and sets the overall direction for NWRC.   

The proposed 2024 - 2027 plan outlines our focus on the following seven priority areas:

  1. Building a long-term services and support system to meet complex medical needs
  2. Supporting caregivers and people impacted by dementia
  3. Providing information and access
  4. Transportation
  5. Coordination with Tribes
  6. Social isolation and loneliness
  7. Diversity, equity, and belonging

Development of our Strategic Plan is a true community effort, involving the Northwest Senior Advisory Board, Governing Board, consumers, caregivers, providers, support groups, advocacy groups, community organizations, and the community at large.

View the NWRC Strategic Plan here: