WA Portal partners use the Healthier Washington Collaboration Portal to support their public health initiatives. WA Portal partners are having tremendous success connecting with stakeholders and communities in ways that are moving our state forward in improving health outcomes for Washington State residents. Visit their partner pages to learn more.
Working in collaboration with partners to provide programs and influence policies that promote the health and well-being of adolescents and young adults where they live, learn, work, and play.
Working with partners in providing Regional Care Coordination hubs to ensure essential services reach people who are in home isolation or quarantine as they’ve tested positive for COVID-19 or come in contact with someone who has tested positive.
The Diabetes Connection page is dedicated to help health professionals, non-clinical based partners and individuals reduce the impact of diabetes in our communities with information, resources, and links to address and reduce this chronic health condition.
A space for community health workers (CHWs) or prospective CHWs in eastern Washington to learn and connect.
Providing a forum that brings forward the voices of disproportionately impacted communities to inform the state’s environmental justice efforts and advise state agencies on incorporating environmental justice into agency activities..
Establishing training and support for members of primary care clinics to reduce the risk of death by perinatal suicide and accidental overdose.
Offering information on the progress of a residential treatment facility near Stanwood in Snohomish County. The facility will enable people who are in recovery to receive care close to their home, family, and community.
Supporting connection so partners can connect with each other, share efforts, leverage resources and facilitate opportunities to collaborate.
Providing a resource for providers and care team members completing the WA-ICA on behalf of their clinical sites. The resources available here help orient clinicians to the new assessment tool and to advance integration of physical and behavioral health in your care setting.
A partnership comprised of public and private stakeholders across Washington State providing information about the WA CARES about Cancer Partnership to cancer professionals and public health advocates.
A pilot effort to better serve patients with serious illness in rural communities.
Helping health professionals and community-based partners reduce the impact of cardiovascular diseases in our communities.
Meeting the needs of the diverse community health worker workforce by continuously improving training, professional development, communication, and access to resources and job opportunities.
A free, anonymous service for anyone in the state to support people who feel sad, anxious, or stressed due to the events of this year, including COVID-19 and wildfires.
A page for community-based workers to access resources and support.
Washington State’s inclusive learning space focused on equipping partners to prevent and reduce youth marijuana use across communities.