Cowlitz County has issued an RFP for Behavioral Health Services for up to $2.25 million in projects in the following areas:
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WSU Extension in Cowlitz County is looking for a program coordinator for the SNAP-ed program.
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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 […]
Here are some ways that you can give back to support our Southwest Washington communities! Need to clean out your closet? Our Rose Village CHWs are collecting Hats, Underwear, Gloves, Socks (HUGS), and gently used coats to give out to folks at Memorial Lutheran Church's hot lunch program. They are also taking $25 Walmart/Winco gift [...]
The Healthy Living Collaborative is seeking new members for our two leadership committees: Policy and Steering. Members selected will serve two year terms with a monthly commitment of about five hours per month. In both committees we strive to have a diverse mix of members representing the rich and varied communities we serve. CHWs, community leaders, […]
WSPHA 2016 attendees had the opportunity to hear Dan Tchozewski (Wahkiakum County CHA), Liz Vladimirova (Rose Village CHW), Valre Bales (South Kelso CHA), Teresa Lavagnino (HLC CHW Coordinator), and Michael O’Neill (Cowlitz County Health and Human Services) present on how to authentically engage with the community.
South Kelso Community Health Advocates, led by CHW Coach Jen Schapman, handed out around 600 water bottles on February 25th donated by Kaiser Permanent to promote the installation of a new hydration station that was donated by Brita in partnership with Mission Readiness and the Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition. Savannah Killsree, a high school student health advocate, […]