Newsletter – April 2023

Mental Health Awareness Month and More...

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Resource Newsletter

The Newsletter is a quarterly newsletter aimed at introducing you to some of the best and newest well-being resources in Snohomish County. Four times a year, we’ll deliver some of the latest or most timely resources in Snohomish County straight to your inbox. We hope these regular updates help you or your clients find the resources you need to be happier and healthier. You can always find additional resources by following us on Facebook or visiting By the Numbers

January – March 2023 Partner Portal

Interested in having your organization and programs listed on our resource hub  

Any individuals and organizations in the community that care about well-being are invited to become PIHC Partners. Partners receive access to The Partner Portal, an online hub designed to make it easier to connect with PIHC and the well-being community in Snohomish County. Both individuals and organizations are invited to join.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The theme of Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2023 is “Drawing Connections: Prevention Demands Equity.” This April’s campaign calls on all individuals, communities, organizations, and institutions to change ourselves and the systems surrounding us to build racial equity and respect. PICAA – Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse provides support groups for adults, teens, and parents, for additional resources and support, please visit   
This month also brings awareness to Child Abuse Prevention Month. In support, PICAA- Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse will be attending the Super Kids Resource Fair and Celebrate the power of your voice! 

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

We all have mental health, and we all have unique environments. Making our environments as healthy as possible goes a long way in improving our mental well-being. During this year’s Mental Health Month, Mental Health America invites you to Look Around, Look Within as we consider every part of our environment and its effect on our mental health and well-being. Check out for additional mental health resources and support.  

Check out MINDfest, a free local mental health arts festival, celebrating the Mind, Nourishing the soul.  

MINDfest 2023 – PIHC Snohomish

May is Stroke Awareness Month

May is National Stroke Awareness Month and Trauma Prevention month. Every year, the National Stroke Association leads the stroke community in providing ways to learn about stroke, sharable resources, and opportunities to participate. This year join Come visit PRMCE at Strike Out Stroke Night.

Check Out The Latest from PIHC:

PIHC Attends Lead with Love Well Being Center Community Health Fair


Congratulations to a new collaborative effort, Lead with Love Well Being Center, for bringing together this fantastic community health event.

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