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  • Digital in action: Why you’ll want to download the Providence app

    Digital in action: Why you’ll want to download the Providence app

    With new features and functions to support every step of your health journey, you won’t want to wait to download the Providence app.

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  • Get active: Guide to family fun

    Get active: Guide to family fun

    Do you and your kids need to move more? Providence has some ideas for how you can stay physically fit as a family.

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  • Five tips to lower blood pressure without medication

    Five tips to lower blood pressure without medication

    Do you have high blood pressure, or hypertension? If so, you may need medication, but there are also lifestyle changes you can make to get healthier.

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  • Could you have cataracts? Learn the symptoms.

    Could you have cataracts? Learn the symptoms.

    If you live long enough, you will eventually develop cataracts. A Providence ophthalmologist debunks some of the most common myths about cataracts.

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  • Quick allergy relief methods

    Quick allergy relief methods

    Discover the fastest ways to get rid of allergies. Our guide offers effective tips and remedies for quick allergy relief from the experts at Providence.

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  • Understanding your stomach pain: When to worry

    Understanding your stomach pain: When to worry

    Everyone experiences stomach pain at some point in their lives, but there are some stomach symptoms that you shouldn’t ignore.

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  • How to prioritize your mental health

    How to prioritize your mental health

    Learn to prioritize mental health with our guide. Find essential tips for all ages that cover awareness, support and managing mental health conditions.

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  • Covenant Health meets mental health needs in our community

    Covenant Health meets mental health needs in our community

    The center directly addresses the region’s need for enhanced access to mental health resources to improve the well-being of the community.

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  • Providence funds business toolkit to help address domestic violence crisis in Spokane 

    Providence funds business toolkit to help address domestic violence crisis in Spokane 

    Domestic violence and family safety are priorities in the Providence Community Health and Needs Assessments.

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  • Residency programs fill needs, help develop providers of the future

    Residency programs fill needs, help develop providers of the future

    Residents and faculty work diligently to address health inequities, reduce health care disparities and improve patient outcomes.

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  • Mobile clinic meets patients where they are

    Mobile clinic meets patients where they are

    The Range Community Clinic, a non-profit started by Washington State University, partners with Kadlec’s Population Health team and others to care for underserved people.

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  • Emerging from homelessness is about more than housing

    Emerging from homelessness is about more than housing

    Learn how Regina Wilson emerged from homelessness with the help of Providence Population Health, and now has a job helping others experiencing homelessness.

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  • Better health for birthing people with substance use disorders, their babies and families 

    Better health for birthing people with substance use disorders, their babies and families 

    Providence Swedish Ballard is home to the Substance-Using Pregnant People (SUPP) program, a transformative model of care.

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  • Providence Swedish helps tackle Snohomish County overdose crisis from emergency departments

    Providence Swedish helps tackle Snohomish County overdose crisis from emergency departments

    In North Puget Sound, Providence Swedish has implemented solutions to address opioid overdoes, including participating in grant programs and research to discover addiction treatments that work.

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  • Summer food program provides nourishment for rural kids

    Summer food program provides nourishment for rural kids

    Founded in 2014, the volunteer-run program has gone from feeding 25 kids in its first year to serving 175 families throughout the summer.

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  • Providence helps Family Promise sustain housing for families

    Providence helps Family Promise sustain housing for families

    Family Promise funds homelessness prevention, emergency housing and long-term stabilization services in Spokane.

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  • Providing culturally relevant care for Asian seniors

    Providing culturally relevant care for Asian seniors

    For years, Providence Swedish has been a proud community partner of Kin On and its mission to provide culturally relevant care for Asian seniors.

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  • Cultural navigators are a bridge to care

    Cultural navigators are a bridge to care

    The multi-lingual and diverse team is dedicated to removing cultural and language barriers to care for every patient we serve.

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  • Covenant Ready program teaches students about health care careers

    Covenant Ready program teaches students about health care careers

    The initiative targets middle school, high school and college students, highlighting opportunities to explore potential futures in health care.

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  • Working with a community partner to provide accessible mental health and psychiatric care 

    Working with a community partner to provide accessible mental health and psychiatric care 

    In partnership with Providence Orange County hospitals, St. Jude Neighborhood Health Centers offer thousands of underserved Orange County residents compassionate care.

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