The Nonprofit Community Recovery Grant application is due May 24.

The Department of Commerce is providing grants to help nonprofits recover from economic impacts of COVID-19. They have partnered with ArtsFund to deliver the funds. We are working to help promote the opportunity as this is a very short timeline and we want to support nonprofits in accessing these funds. The Nonprofit Community Recovery Grant application is […]


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Getting your Flu shot could be more Important than ever as COVID-19 is still spreading

During this pandemic, the last thing we need is to start an outbreak of vaccine-preventable diseases like measles and seasonal flu on top of COVID-19.  CDC recommends that all people 6 months and older get a yearly flu vaccine.  While it’s not possible to say with certainty what will happen in the fall and winter, […]


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Ending Vaping the Way it Starts: A Social Cessation Solution for Teens

REGISTER for this Webinar Here For more information: rescueagency.com/webinars ICYMI: According to a recent study in JAMA Pediatrics, 45% of teens who vape want to quit. These teens need help and support to quit successfully, but they may not feel ready to enroll in a traditional cessation program. Plus, it’s hard to face a problem […]


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Tribes in Washington State and Nationally Concerned About Maternal Mortality

by Cindy Gamble In our Indigenous traditions, the creation of new life is a sacred act, to be respected and protected. This includes the time of a person’s pregnancy, and the first year of life and parenthood for the baby and parent respectively. When we are unable to protect our mothers and babies, it is […]


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Inslee names Karen A. Johnson, PhD, director of new state Office of Equity

Gov. Jay Inslee today named Karen A. Johnson, PhD, director of the newly created state Office of Equity. The Office of Equity, established by the Legislature, was signed into law by Inslee in April of 2020. The office will work with agencies to increase access to equitable opportunities in order to bridge opportunity gaps and […]


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AIHC’s COVID-19 Infographics (Slider ABOVE)

The AIHC Tribal and Urban Indian Immunizations Health Coalition has information and outreach materials available regarding COVID-19 prevention and vaccine, Influenza vaccine, and other vaccine messaging. These materials have been created to support Tribal and AI/AN community health. We are mailing or delivering a package of our initial materials to each Tribe and Urban Indian […]


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