Looking Back at 2021

PIHC 2021 Impact Report

PIHC is proud to present our 2021 Impact Report. Thanks in large part to our amazing partners, we’ve been able to accomplish so much during the past year.

Here are some highlights:

  1. With the help of over 200 volunteers, our team has distributed over 42,000 masks and other PPE to the community since 2020.
  2. As a supporting partner of the Equity Partnership of Snohomish County, we helped provide over 5,000 Covid-19 vaccines to BIPOC Communities in Snohomish County or underserved populations.
  3. We generated over 21,000 visits to www.livewellocal.org – a community well-being resource hub.
  4. Reached 3,300 people with the Community Health and Well-being Monitor, a community health survey that helps local organizations set priorities for the year ahead.
  5. We connected, educated and inspired over 330 health equity & well-being advocates at the 7th Annual Edge of Amazing.

Download a PDF of the full report here.

 

 

 

May Featured Resources

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and stroke Awareness Month here are some local Mental Health and Stroke Support Resources you can find on Livewelllocal.org and on our Facebook page.

ImHurting Crisis Chat

ImHurting Crisis Chat is a service offered through Volunteers of America Western Washington in the North Puget Sound region. Their mission is to help people by providing online emotional support during times of crisis. Everyone is welcome to talk about what’s causing them to feel pain. Crisis Counselors will listen to you without judgment, and help you feel cared about and safe. You can expect the Crisis Counselor to help you explore your feelings, come up with some coping strategies, and focus on your personal safety. This is a safe place to talk about what’s troubling you – including suicide. 

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid is an eight-hour program that helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. It is a public education and prevention tool that connects people with care for and improves knowledge of mental health problems. Mental Health First Aid USA is taught by certified instructors. Classes are taught at the Compass Health Federal Avenue Campus in Everett open to the community, by contract and by contract at your site. Class size is 12 to 30 participants. 

The Stroke Support Group

The Stroke Support Group is specifically designed to offer you and your caregivers, family and friends the opportunity to talk with other stroke survivors and learn how to make the most life after stroke. We know you have many questions. This group is led by fellow stroke survivors who offer insights into what they have learned and helpful tips they have gained, all in an open and friendly environment. The Stroke Support Group meets on the 2nd Friday of every month at the Medical Office Building adjacent to the Hospital in the St. Helens Room. For questions, please contact Lisa Shumaker at 425-404-6842.

Our 2021 Impact

Our Programs

Our programs reflect our mission in the community. Learn more about our programs and how you can get involved.

LEARN MORE ⮕