Health plan is improving the health of
Beyond supporting members, Coordinated Care has invested nearly
- Northwest Harvest for their new statewide food distribution center and the development of a free community market in
Yakima. Port Angeles Food Bankto launch a waste-reducing, ready-to-eat meal program and open a brand new free community market where shoppers select their own food.
- Emergency Food Network in
Pierce Countyfor its Break Bags and home delivery programs. In total, 6,000 Break Bags were distributed to children before extended school breaks, providing 37,500 meals as well as nearly 900 home delivery food boxes which provided more than 85,000 meals.
- Second Harvest’s Mobile Market and hunger relief programs serving rural parts of Eastern &
Central Washington. Our funding provided more than 39,000 pounds of food to more than 2,600 people, which accounted for more than 33,000 meals.
Parks Tacoma’s2022 Summer Meals program, where nearly 6,500 meals were served to children.
- FISH‘s “Food is Medicine” program in
Kittitas County. Mill Creek Food Bank( Hope Creek Charitable Foundation) for a refrigerated shipping container and walk-in freezer.
- Associated Ministries in
Pierce Countyfor their food distribution and motel voucher programs. Stanwood Camano Food Bankas they transition to a grocery store-style food pantry.
- Lifelong in
Seattlefor their medically tailored meals for people with serious illnesses and culturally relevant food program.
- Volunteers of
Western Washington Snohomish County, for their Sky Valley Elderly Nutrition Delivery (SEND) program, delivering nutritious meals to seniors who are disabled, home-bound or have limited mobility.
This focus on consistent access to healthy foods is a critical component Coordinated Care believes in as they care for the whole person, complementing essential provider visits. The 2022 One
Coordinated Care’s community giving efforts focus on capacity-building, addressing healthcare inequities in underrepresented populations, and social determinants of health like food insecurity, transportation and housing. For more information about how Coordinated Care is investing in solutions across
About Coordinated Care
Coordinated Care provides free and low-cost health insurance coverage to more than 280,000 Medicaid, foster care and marketplace members across
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