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PIHC LiveWellLocal.org is a crowd-sourced, hyper-local search tool for health and well-being resources in Snohomish County. LiveWellLocal.org makes it easy for residents to find resources that support health and healing. LiveWellLocal.org helps make visible the unique strengths, assets and skills of individual organizations and of the collective community. To post a listing for your organization, join the Partner Portal.
What is LiveWellLocal.org?
Post your organization’s well-being resources
Organizations and businesses are invited to post the well-being resources and services they offer on LiveWellLocal.org. Postings are free and available for the public to discover on the site. Postings can be added and managed through the PIHC Partner Portal.
Find the local well-being resources you need
Individuals can use LiveWellLocal.org to discover local health and well-being resources that may otherwise be difficult to find.
Use filters to access resources that match your needs
LiveWellLocal.org resources are sorted by the Six Dimensions of Health. Users can browse resources in categories like Work, Learning and Growth to find museums and art galleries. Or, browse through resources in Security and Basic Needs to find help with housing, utilities and more.
Save and print your list
LiveWellLocal.org makes it easy to select and save resources. Users simply check the boxes next to each resource, then export the list to a downloadable PDF that can be printed and referred to from home. Resources can also be viewed in a map, making it easier to select nearby offerings.
Who Uses PIHC LiveWellLocal.org?
Individuals in the Community
Individuals in Snohomish County who want to take action and improve their own well-being by engaging with supportive community resources.
Social and Clinical Professionals
Health and social service providers who refer or support clients and patients with well-being needs and goals. LiveWellLocal.org makes it easy for providers to find resources their clients need.
Smaller communities within the county can create a LiveWellLocal.org Custom Community. Custom Communities allow users to view hyper-local resources that focus their service on a particular geographic or topical area, like yoga classes or opioid resources.
Organizations who want to become active collaborators in promoting well-being and improving population health – making visible the unique strengths, assets and skills of their own organization and of our collective community.
Any person or organization that cares about health and well-being can use LiveWellLocal.org. For more information about how your organization could benefit from LiveWellLocal, contact us.
Organized by the Six Dimensions of Health
LiveWellLocal.org is organized by what matters to our community – helping drive self-improvement, health management and better personal and community health outcomes.
PIHC LiveWellLocal.org Features
Organized by the Six Dimensions of Health
LiveWellLocal.org is organized by what matters to our community – which helps drive self-improvement, health management and better personal and community health outcomes.
Smaller communities or organizations can create a LiveWellLocal.org Custom Community. Custom Communities allow users to view hyper-local resources that focus their service on a particular geographic area (like a city or town) or well-being topic (like opioid addiction resources). To create a custom community, contact us.
Manage listings from the Partner Portal
Listing organizations can manage every aspect of their posting through the easy-to-use PIHC Partner Portal. Learn more about the Portal here.
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