Eastern Washington Community Health Workers

A Place Where Community Health Workers Bridge the Gap

Eastern Washington Community Health Worker Network

Community Health Workers from various organizations and communities' throughout Eastern Washington are connecting. EWA CHW Network meetings are held the second Thursday of each month from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Meeting locations are hosted by various community partners. To learn more please contact Marion Lee, Spokane Regional Health District's, Community Health Worker Trainer / Coordinator at mrlee@srhd.org or call 509.324.3613.

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Resource Maps

Community Health Workers connect people to resources every day. In an effort to streamline finding the right resource the Eastern Washington Community Health Worker Network is working with partners to create resource maps. While there are only a couple, more are coming. Please check back to find more as they are developed. Should you need more specific assistance, check out the discussion boards by clicking on 'Connect' on this page in the top right hand corner of the page.

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I Need to Find Community and Clinical Resources

Food Access

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


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


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


Find health care and wellness resources.

Visit the Washington Information Network (WIN) 211 to find a more comprehensive list of resources. If unable to find what you are looking for, try asking your question on the Discussion Boards, found at 'Connect' on the top right corner of this page.

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