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Access to care for the High Desert's most vulnerable
In 2019, the eight clinics provided primary care to 10 percent more patients that the previous year.
Taking on the Stigma of Substance Use Disorder Protects Pregnant Women and Newborns
In 2019, the screening program empowered 30 women to seek help through referrals.
Building Resilience through Holistic Behavioral Health Programming
Healthy for Life aims to improve children’s health and wellness through physical activity and education.
Serving The Poor and Vulnerable Through Community-Based Care Management
CARE Network added a specialized team to meet the needs of patients with mental health conditions.
Increasing Access: Partnering to Bring a Smile
Providence partnered with Neighborhood Health Center to pilot a new dental health program for underserved and at-risk patients.
Behavioral Health Urgent Care Clinic Opens in Everett
The adult Behavioral Health Urgent Care clinic welcomes adults who need urgent behavioral health intervention
Removing Barriers to Health Through Legal Assistance
Health providers may prescribe an attorney to low-income patients.
Homeless Man Learns to Manage Congestive Heart Failure Through Providence
Using the principles of trauma-informed care, she spoke with him about what mattered most to him instead.
Providence Medication Assistance Program Saves Patients Millions
For patients without insurance, MAP goes directly to manufactures to find free drug programs.
Family Medicine Residency Program Serves Patients at Grace Clinic
The Kadlec Family Medicine Residency Program has expanded our capacity to see more patients.
Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Fights Food Insecurity in Rural Western Montana
In Lake County, 4,000 to 6,000 people are living with food insecurity. St. Joe’s feels blessed to direct resources to help alleviate that.