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Find out how to join our efforts and learn about where we are headed

How do I get involved?

We are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people in King County through cross-sector collaboration and innovation. We want to be sure our partners (current and future) have the guidance and resources they need to participate in our work in a meaningful way. Learn how to get involved below.

Behavioral Health Agencies
Community-based Organizations
Community Health Centers
Hospitals and Health Systems

Behavioral Health Agencies

If you are interested in partnering with us to transform King County’s Medicaid system please contact us at info@healthierhere.org so we can direct you to the action steps you need to take to engage.

 

Our work to identify our first Community Practice Partners is currently underway. Stay tuned!

Our work to identify our first Community Practice Partners is currently underway.

When that process is complete, we will begin a process to prioritize and evaluate potential community-based investment strategies. There is separate and substantial funding set aside by our Governing Board to support community partners in this work.

Looking for the FE Portal Registration Webinar for Community Partners? 

Community Health Centers

If you are interested in partnering with us to transform King County’s Medicaid system please contact us at info@healthierhere.org so we can direct you to the action steps you need to take to engage.

Hospitals and Health Systems

If you are interested in partnering with us to transform King County’s Medicaid system please contact us at info@healthierhere.org so we can direct you to the action steps you need to take to engage.

The latest from our blog:

Investment Strategies Move Forward

We are thrilled to report that the HealthierHere Governing Board unanimously approved our 2019 Investment Strategies and Budget, enabling us to move forward with the implementation phase of our work. The strategies presented were the result of a highly...

Harm Reduction for Substance Use: Meeting People Where They’re At

Save the date for this free learning opportunity:Join HealthierHere and renowned expert Susan E. Collins, PhD, for a discussion about harm reduction, substance use and the value of meeting people where they’re at. Dr. Collins is a licensed...

Talking with the Seattle City Council Housing, Health, Energy, and Workers Rights Committee

On March 7th HealthierHere's Executive Director, Susan McLaughlin, and Governing Board Member, Jeff Sakuma, were honored to present information about HealthierHere's work to the Seattle City Council Housing, Health, Energy, and Workers Rights...

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