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Mental Health and Well Being
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In Olympia, Public-Private Partnerships Drive Temporary Housing Solutions
Access to safe and stable housing is a fundamental human right and an essential component in addressing underlying health issues.
Tri-Cities’ Community Members Better Equipped to Step in During Mental Health Crises
When Tyler Ramos received his certification in Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA), he did not expect to save someone’s life the very next day.
Community Partnerships and Collaboration are the Keys to Success in Southeast Washington
In 2019, when Becky Betts was assigned to lead population health for Providence’s southeast Washington region in Walla Walla.
It’s hard to imagine members of our own community who struggle with food insecurity.
As Demand Grows, Providence St. Mary Bolsters Local Food Supply
Southern California’s High Desert is a sprawling rural and suburban region northeast of Los Angeles.
Virtual Perinatal Support Persists During COVID-19
Health equity is thriving through Paso a Paso, a Community Health Investment program of Providence St. Joseph Hospital and Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital in Humboldt County.
Mobile Health Resources Instill Hope for Underserved Patients
The Providence Mobile Health Clinic is a consistent port in the storm for Sonoma County’s most vulnerable residents, who have grappled with increasing economic disparities and health challenges.
Pandemic Reveals Unforeseen and Better Care Options
A ham and cheese sandwich is what Theodore Terenty Merculief craves. It’s about 2 p.m. – a little late for lunch, but too early for dinner.
Meeting Patients’ Needs with Supportive Housing and Mental Health Care
St. Joseph Hospital’s Emergency Care Center (ECC) in Orange County is a resource for people with severe mental health challenges and unstable housing.
Program Helps Feed Hungry Children – and their Families
It takes two jobs for Yolanda Daniels to support her family. She is a single mother to three children, one in high school and the other two in elementary school.
Partnering to Protect People in Crisis
Intimate partner violence occurs among all genders, income levels and races. Nationally 10% of men and 25% of women have experienced intimate partner violence.