Vancouver Complete Streets Workshop Feb 15
Advocacy days are wonderful opportunities for individuals to participate in our democratic process by meeting with their legislators (or their staff) with a visit to Olympia to express their opinion on an issue. 2017 Advocacy Days American Cancer Society-Cancer Action Network (ACS-CAN) Date: Tuesday, January 17 Registration link: http://www.acscan.org/events/view/event/2730 Contact: Elizabeth.Rockett@cancer.org Washington Low Income Housing Alliance Date: Thursday, February 2 Registration link: http://org.salsalabs.com/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=yIB2NWejJ7xfe5RWjs%2BgXr2XqJj5U92D Contact: Contact Latanya Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.442.9455 … Read More
“The Raising of America” is a four-part documentary series that seeks to reframe the way Americans look at early childhood health and development. Film screenings and community conversations will take place over the next four months. All events will be at Cascade Park Community Library, 600 N.E. 136th Ave., Vancouver. • 4 to 6 p.m. Jan. 26, “Once Upon a Time.” Examines how things might be different if all U.S. children had … Read More
Cowlitz County has issued an RFP for Behavioral Health Services for up to $2.25 million in projects in the following areas:
WSU Extension in Cowlitz County is looking for a program coordinator for the SNAP-ed program.
To register, go to http://hcwcommunityhealthworker.org/2017-chw-conference
Check out these recently released issue briefs from the Prevention Alliance. Issue brief outlining the McCleary Decision and amply funding basic education. Issue brief outlining levy reform. Issue brief of the four-year budget outlook requirement. Thanks to our close partners at the Prevention Alliance for continuing to work together to transform Washington communities!
Are you a peer worker who is passionate about sharing resources, ideas, and best practices? Do you want to support other peer workers across Southwest Washington? The Community Health Advocate and Peer Support Network (CHAPS) is looking for up to seven peer leaders to help guide the growing network.
The Healthy Living Collaborative has received a contract from the Regional Health Alliance (Accountable Community of Health for Clark and Skamania counties) to form a Behavioral Health Advisory Board (BHAB). The BHAB will advise and make recommendations on the mental health and substance use disorders block grants. We are asking for an initial commitment of 6 months from BHAB members, with the potential to stay on longer. We are seeking … Read More