Hear Me Now: All women are born worthy

Featuring Paula Newman-Skomski and Terri Inglis

Paula and Terri talk about the beginnings and purpose of Peoria Home, a nonprofit in Everett, Wash., that helps women recover from human trafficking and prostitution. Paula reflects on why she founded the nonprofit, and Terri recalls the experiences of one woman resident as she learned life skills and began to heal. 

Hear Me Now is a storytelling program at Providence, initially created in partnership with StoryCorps. Hear Me Now’s mission is to give patients, loved ones, and caregivers a sacred space to share their stories and make healthcare more humane.


Health for a Better World story, about serving with our local partners to build community resilience. 

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Community Partnerships is a division that aligns the influence of Providence to create stronger communities, raise awareness, and illuminate a pathway that inspires all to serve. Through partnerships, we work to improve the health of our nation and achieve our goal of Health for a Better World.

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