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Yakima and Selah Neighbors’ Network is modeled on Beacon Hill Village, a member-based nonprofit started in 2002 in a middle-class Boston neighborhood. The goal of the Beacon Hill Village was to help residents age in place, in the homes and community they loved, by fostering both independence and interdependence. 

Beacon Hill has since been duplicated in hundreds of towns and neighborhoods across the US. Like most Villages, we offer three major benefits to members—volunteer help for minor needs, connection to trusted businesses when paid professionals are required, and group social and educational activities.

Work on Yakima and Selah Neighbors’ Network started in October of 2016 and we hope to begin offering services in 2019.  

Yakima & Selah Neighbors’ Network / YESneighbors is a part of the National Village Movement. Villages are not places
but carefully planned networks

 There are about 16 other villages already formed or in development in Washington and 350 Villages  already thriving in communities
around the country.

Yakima & Selah Neighbors' Network
 is a member of Village to Village Network, the national organization that helps Villages develop and thrive by providing expert guidance, resources and support. If you do not live within the service area of Yakima & Selah Neighbors' Network, visit and use the “Find a Village” feature to see if there is a Village near you, and browse the website to learn more about starting a Village in your area.

If you do live within our service area, you can contact us at: Yakima & Selah Neighbors' Network

The Videos below are examples of the model that inspired our local Yakima and Selah Neighbors’ Network.

Contact Us
Yakima and Selah Neighbors’ Network
PO Box 11691, Yakima, WA 98909

Office message phone: 
(509) 853-1917