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Latest news for Washington
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.
Supplying Food Security in Rural Stevens County
Health care services are just part of what contributes to our overall health. A community network ensures people have easier access to healthy food.
A refuge for the homeless in eastern Washington
Hope House provides 36 emergency shelter beds each night to women experiencing homelessness no matter their situation or lifestyle.
Health Care Leaders form Alliance to Address Climate Concerns in WA
Providence is a founding member of the Washington Health Care Climate Alliance for climate change and policy.
Puget Sound ministries and partners purchase renewable energy
Providence ministries and partners in Washington state have the opportunity to purchase renewable energy credits.
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.
Nursing Students Inspired by Rural Nursing Program
University of Providence recently placed a focus on educating and serving rural communities by starting Bachelors of Science in Nursing programs in Lewistown, Montana and and Anchorage, Alaska.