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Catholic Social Services serves increasing elderly population

June 12, 2017
A few years ago, administrators at Catholic Social Services were looking over the many statistics they use to track the number of people they...

Bean’s Cafe workforce development program teaches employable skills

June 12, 2017
Mike La Croix likes to stay busy and likes things to be done right. When he stays busy, and when he feels like a job is well done, he also feels...

Harvesting good health at the farmer’s market

May 26, 2017
Providence helps patients get fresh fruit and vegetables who otherwise cannot afford the produce on their own.

Improving health in rural communities

May 25, 2017
Our Community Health Needs Assessments help us invest $125 million in community benefit in Eastern Washington in 2016.

Improving health in rural communities

May 25, 2017
Our Community Health Needs Assessments help us invest $125 million in community benefit in Eastern Washington in 2016.

Seriously-ill patients get help from free, home-based palliative care

May 04, 2017
Transitions program helps people who don’t qualify for hospice but are still facing a life-limiting illness and need help.

Encouraging conversations about end-of-life care

April 25, 2017
Providence trained 30 volunteers to become Community First Step Advance Care Planning Facilitators.

Our starting point for better health

April 25, 2017
Community Health Needs Assessments help us understand top health priorities of those who are poor and vulnerable.

Understanding community needs for better health

April 25, 2017
Providence spent $62 million in community benefit programs in 2016, guided by the Community Health Needs Assessment.

Knowing our communities to improve health

March 28, 2017
The Community Health Needs Assessment is an inclusive process that helps us develop programs to keep people healthy.
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