Creating Healthier Communities Together
Together with our partners, we’re working towards a more holistic and equitable system where local services better support all dimensions of well-being for every community member. Social and economic factors like food security, housing and jobs determine more than 60% of well-being. Clinical care addresses symptoms, but the root of well-being begins in the community.
Creating Healthier Communities Together
Together with our partners, we’re working towards a more holistic and equitable system where local services better support all dimensions of well-being for every community member. Social and economic factors like food security, housing and jobs determine more than 50% of well-being. Clinical care addresses symptoms, but the root of well-being begins in the community.
How We Work
Listen to the Community
Every community is unique and hosts a diverse range of well-being satisfaction and health concerns. Through community research, we identify what matters most in the communities we serve and help our partners create pathways for action.
Health happens where and while we live, work and play. Collaborating with communities and creating connections allows us to improve access to resources, build better clinical and community linkages and develop trusted partnerships.
Harness Community Power
We believe that everything we need to thrive is readily available within our communities. By fostering connections, sharing common tools and information we’re working to support a collective means for the community to work together to expand the depth, usability and equity of available resources.
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We work upstream from medical care, addressing the social and economic factors that contribute to poor health.
Addressing the root causes of poor health outcomes creates a happier, healthier community and reduces burden on the medical system.
Factors like access to healthy food, reliable housing and personal safety play a much larger role in well-being than clinical care.
We connect the community with local well-being partners, creating a sustainable approach to our collective health.
Our 2021 Impact
Masks distributed to the community since inception in 2020 with the help of over 200 volunteers.
Vaccines given to BIPOC Communities in Snohomish County or underserved populations.
Outbound websites & program views to local health and well-being resources on LiveWellLocal.org.
Health Education Promotion outreach events reaching 23,523 and engaging 10,706.
Edge of Amazing virtual conference registrants.
Residents surveyed in 2021 Health and Well-being Monitors.
Become a Partner
Partner with us and help make a difference in your community! It’s free and anyone can become a partner. Partners get access to the PIHC Partner Portal where you can stay up to date on our community well-being reports, manage your organization’s Live Well Local listings and more. Both individuals and organizations are invited to sign up.
Connecting community members with local organizations is at the heart of what we do. Are you involved with a nonprofit or organization that serves the community? If you know of organizations who should be connected with PIHC or would benefit from our programs, consider making a connection.
Every cent counts, and your gift can go a long way. If you feel strongly about the mission, consider making a financial gift to PIHC. Gifts help us advance our goals through improving technology, connecting more individuals to resources, and helping our partners expand their services in the community. To give, please contact us.
Find Local Well-Being Resources on PIHC LiveWellLocal.org
PIHC LiveWellLocal.org is a crowd-sourced, hyper-local search tool for health and well-being resources that makes it easy to find resources in Snohomish County that support health and healing.