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After lifesaving treatment at Providence and learning she qualified for financial assistance, Agnes is now able to care for her elderly parents.
In Tri-Cities, Wash., Kadlec supports Grace Clinic, which provides free care to those in need.
Providence provides care and counseling for abuse and assault survivors in Everett, Wash.
Providence and partners work to increase access for mental health and substance use treatment
Providence community health worker programs support culturally competent local care.
Providence works to preserve and expand affordable health care including Medicaid.
After receiving financial assistance to cover needed surgery on his hand, Gerardo wants to find a way to give back once he goes back to work.
When Laura got her financial assistance letter in the mail, she thanked God and Providence that her surgery costs were covered.
Ali found the help she needed at Providence – for surgeries on her badly broken ankle and through financial assistance for the costs not covered by her health insurance.
Paulina says the people of Providence are her angels after she was treated for cancer and financial assistance paid for costs not covered by her health insurance.
Our community partners lead local and culturally competent programs to bridge health gaps by meeting people where they are.
In 2021, Providence Alaska provided $46,453 for SeaView Community Services to expand treatment for substance use disorder, and temporary housing is a result of that effort.
Across the Providence family of organizations, we are grateful to our many partners for joining with us to make COVID-19 vaccine education and distribution accessible to all community members.