Eastern Washington Community Health Workers

A Place Where Community Health Workers Connect

Eastern Washington Community Health Worker Network

Community Health Workers (CHW) from various organizations and communities' throughout Eastern Washington (E WA) are connecting to each other & resources for those who are the most vulnerable in our region. E WA CHW Network meetings are held the second Thursday of each month from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Salvation Army (222 E. Indiana Avenue). To learn more please contact Kim Kreber, Spokane Regional Health District, CHW Coordinator at kkreber@srhd.org or call 509.324.1587.

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Washington Community Health Workers Association (WACHWA) Wants Your Feedback

Your responses to this survey will help WACHWA offer support and professional development that is responsive to your needs and interests. Sus respuestas ayudaran a WACHWA ofrecer apoyo y desarrollo profesional que responde a sus necesidades e intereses. Gracias por compartir.

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COVID-19

For updated COVID-19 information go to www.srhd.org/covid19

Food Access

Hunger Facts: 1 in 5 Washingtonians relies on their local food bank. Find locations of food banks, pantries and meal sites.

Transportation

Transportation is a significant barrier for families throughout Eastern Washington. Find out more about the 'Need a Ride. Get a Ride' program.

Housing

Various community partners provide housing options for community members. Find and access associated resources.

Health

Find health care and wellness resources.

Visit Washington 211 to find a more comprehensive list of resources.

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Upcoming Events & Training

Peer Coaching Monthly Webinar

July 16th from 12 pm – 1 pm: Youth Leadership…more than treatment with Evelyn Clark. Each month will offer a chance for you to connect with expert peers from across Washington State. Sessions will vary around topics such as DBT Skills, Trauma Informed Peer Support, Whole Person Healing and much more! Webinars will include an explanation of the topic, why it is important, and how to implement the tools in one-on-one and group peer settings and time for live questions and answers. Email Naomi.M.Herrera@ coordinatedcarehealth.com to register.