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Providence launched the Vote for Health campaign to encourage voter registration and opportunities to volunteer for the 2020 Presidential election.
The future of health is on the docket in the 2020 election. Have your say. Vote. Learn more about how Providence is preparing for the election.
Providence is mobilizing its caregivers to become carbon negative by 2030. Learn more.
Providence's President Mike Butler discusses priorities for bringing the organization's vision for the future of health to life. Learn more.
Beth Schenk announced as new environmental stewardship lead for Providence
Orange County saw organizations working to address growing public health crises and banded together.
Providence ministries and partners in Washington state have the opportunity to purchase renewable energy credits.
Providence teams with Pearl Jam in an effort to end homelessness. Learn more.
90 percent of Americans think Medicaid is important to our health care system and the benefits reach far and wide. That is, once they understand it.
See how Providence invests in communities to improve the health of those covered by Medicaid and vulnerable populations.
Erin Murillo traveled to Guatemala with a volunteer team in July 2019.
Helpful information and important dates about the 2020 U.S. Census. Learn more.
Hundreds to be served in bold proposal to slash chronic homelessness by 20 percent in Catholic Charities, Archdiocese and Providence collaboration
With 2020 shaping up to be another big year for health care, executives at Providence, one of the largest health systems in the country, today released their annual New Year’s predictions.
Now, on the days when he's not feeling well enough to visit with friends, he appreciates the visits he gets at home. Most important to John is the ability to close and lock his own doors.
At her Belltown building, Patsy is grateful for her studio apartment, a community garden and on-site care when she needs it.
The House of Charity works with Providence in Spokane to provide transitional respite care after hospital treatment, so that people experiencing homelessness have a place to heal.
Our promise of health for a better world starts with addressing the vexing homelessness and housing insecurity challenge
Plymouth Housing provides permanent, supportive housing for more than 1,000 adults who have formerly experienced homelessness.
Central City Concern is a longtime partner of Providence in Oregon with an extensive history of developing innovative and outcome-based strategies to help those in need.