While some levy-supported programs specifically address the special needs of the under-served, the chronically ill, the disabled and high-risk populations, the majority of the programs are for use by the entire community.
For instance, if you are one of the callers who receives help from the EvergreenHealthline, or has utilized services from our geriatric care clinic, our senior services or our grief and bereavement program, you have benefited directly from levy-supported services.
Here is a directory of our levy-funded programs:
The Community Healthcare Access Team works in partnership with many community organizations to assist low-income and uninsured community residents who face barriers in accessing affordable health and social services. Needs are assessed by social workers and clients are connected to financial, social and primary or specialty health resources in the community.
Through a unique partnership, Lake Washington School District and EvergreenHealth established a program to place EvergreenHealth social workers in local high schools to assess students with high-risk behavioral and mental health conditions, and assist them in seeking affordable treatment that doesn’t require them to leave school for an extended period.
Call them at 425.899.3200.
EvergreenHealth Geriatric Care is a dedicated team of geriatricians, nurses, social workers and pharmacists who develop specialized treatment plans for older adults with complex health needs. This includes expert assessment and treatment of dementia with behavioral health problems.
The transitional care management program provides expanded support and resources for patients as they transition from the hospital to home, or between clinic visits. The goal of this program is to reduce hospital readmission rates by addressing health issues as they arise.
Call them at 425.899.6800.
EvergreenHealth provides health and wellness programs at the senior center, along with funding for the senior center's first community mental health specialist. The social worker provides support for mental health issues and assistance navigating social service resources, and support for seniors going through the grief process.
This free service of EvergreenHealth provides:
Call 425.899.3000 and follow the prompts.
The Gene & Irene Wockner freestanding hospice center has 15 beds and services hospice patients in King and Snohomish counties. It is the only such facility in both counties.
Call them at 425.899.3300.
The Grief and Bereavement program provides compassionate support for family members.
Call them at 425.899.1077.
EvergreenHealth’s Youth Mental Health Task Force promotes awareness of the mental health challenges facing young adults, encourages the exchange of information and resources among community members, and fosters grassroots solutions. It partners with other like-minded community organiztions to present monthly forums and special programs to help recognize symptoms of anxiety.
EvergreenHealth partners with our area school districts (Northshore, Lake Washington, Riverview) to provide high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to learn about global health initiatives through job shadowing, attending Grand Rounds and hearing from guest speakers.