Local Community Well-being & Needs Highlight

How did Snohomish County Residents Rate Mental and Emotional Health?

From 2023 Snohomish County PIHC Health and Well-being Monitor.
See the full 
2023 summary report.

This year Mental Health was the 2nd most impactful indicator on our county’s overall well-being score. Results also showed that mental health is strongly related to multiple areas of wellbeing; our satisfaction with purpose and meaning, community belonging, relationship satisfaction, neighborhood quality, opportunities for learning and growth, job satisfaction and financial security.

Mental Health Matters & Mental Health is for Everyone;
Make It a Priority

Look for a variety of local resources to support Mental, Emotional and Spiritual well-being at www.livewelllocal.org

Find local mental health counseling support and mindfulness
and meditation resources

Find personal budget and finance resources

Find job resources  and public libraries

Visit our webpage to learn more about the annual PIHC Health and Wellbeing Monitor  which measures indicators that our community identified within six key dimensions that work together to enhance health and improve quality of life, and how smaller community groups like churches, neighborhoods, or regions within the county can conduct their own survey—a My Community Health and Well Being Monitor.

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