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Organizations aligned with the mission of Health Ministries Network are

described below. If you would like to be listed, please contact Carol Nicolay.

...reaches people and families affected by Alzheimer's and other dementing illnesses with support, knowledge and resources;... develops societal awareness and understanding of the overwhelming devastation dementia causes;...improves the social and health systems serving those affected by dementing illnesses.
Learn about our services. View our Calendar of Events.

BELLINGHAM AT HOME bellinghamathome.clubexpress.com/
Bellingham At Home is a non-profit membership organization modeled on the many successful villages now operating across the country that empower older adults to stay active and engaged while living in their own homes and neighborhoods. It is a program of the Whatcom Council on Aging.
Learn about our programs. View our Calendar of Events.

BELLINGHAM CENTRAL LIONS CLUB www.bellinghamcentrallions.org
Vision testing, eyeglass lenses and frames; hearing aids; the short- and long-term loan of durable medical equipment, including wheelchairs, power chairs, transfer chairs, Hoyer lifts, walkers, crutches, canes, bedside and bathroom appliances, reachers and sock-pullers.    
The Haskell Eye Clinic. Al Boe Wheelchair Warehouse.

CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer
CCS serves and supports poor and vulnerable people by providing quality, integrated services and housing. Our focus is on those individuals, children, families, and communities struggling with poverty and the effects of intolerance and racism. We actively join with others to work for justice.
Services we provide. Hope House Street Outreach.

CHCC's mission is to provide skilled nursing care with compassion and love in Christ's name. Services include rehabilitation, dementia care and spiritual support.
Long term care. Care Transitions Program.

CHUCKANUT HEALTH FOUNDATION www.chuckanuthealthfoundation.org/
Investing in the health of our community since 1983
(Nee St. Luke's Foundation) Improves Whatcom County healthcare through grants, scholarships and involvement in local healthcare issues. Since 1983, we have provided more than $13 million dollars for the improvement of healthcare in Whatcom County.
Mission. Grants snd Scholarships

ELDER LAW OFFICES MEYERS & AVERY www.elderlaw-nw.com/
The Elder Law Offices of Meyers & Avery provides a broad range of legal services to older clients and their families, the disabled, and, vulnerable adults. There are two Geriatric Care Managers on staff, a nurse and a social worker, who help families to understand the medical care system and to make decisions about on-going health care issues.
What We Do. Who We Are.

The HMA aspires to engage, educate and empower people of faith to be passionate and effective leaders for creating healthier communities. We have come together to work collaboratively to develop guidelines, resources and partnerships in order to help the communities that we serve.
What is a Health Ministry. News and Events.

THE INTERFAITH COALITION www.interfaith-coalition.org/
... is a partnership of 47 congregations in Whatcom County working together to provide basic necessities to local people in need. We focus on housing for homeless families, access to health care for all, and meaningful social connections within the community.
Learn more about us. Program Overview.

NAMI is a nation-wide organization devoted to helping individuals and families cope with brain disorders. We help organize community support for the recovery and reintegration of persons with mental illness, and provide a variety of family and individual education courses and support groups.
Support Groups & Meetings. Programs and Services.

Health Ministries NW educates, networks and nurtures faith community nurses and health ministers to promote wellness through faith communities. We support the development of Parish Nurse Ministries through education, consultation services, sponsoring conferences and retreats, and maintaining a best-practices resource center.
Learn more about NPNM. Frequently asked questions.

NWRC is a regional governmental agency that serves the people of Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom Counties. We operate Northwest Washington's Area Agency on Aging, which implements state and federal programs for seniors and people in long-term care and includes Senior Information & Assistance, Congregate Meals, Meals on Wheels, Respite Care, Adult Day Services, Case Management and Family Caregiver Support.
Area Agency on Aging Programs. Transportation Services.

PALLIATIVE CARE INSTITUTE https://pci.wwu.edu/
We are a partnership with Northwest Life Passages Coalition and other community agencies and volunteers to transform palliative care in Whatcom County and support our human responses to living and dying. Our goal is to create a healing community by providing a space where people living with serious illnesses or facing the end of life don't have to be cured to heal. Together, we are reclaiming palliative care as a community responsibility.
Our Mission explained. Some Palliative Care Resources.

SEA MAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER .seamar.org/locations/bellingham
Bellingham Medical has worked to meet the health care needs of families since 1988. We welcome you and your family to our facilities, where you can receive excellent quality health care.

WESTBERG INSTITUTE www.parishnurses.org/
Formerly the International Parish Nurse Resource Center, the Westberg Institute for Faith Community Nursing is a ministry of Church Health. As a leader in faith community nurse (FCN) education, consultation, and research for over 30 years, the Westberg Institute serves health ministry programs worldwide. Its mission is to promote the development of high-quality outcomes-based FCN practice as part of an overall health ministry program.
Mission. Health Ministries Resources.

WAHA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting access to healthcare services for all members of our community. Composed of a wide range of partners including leaders from the nonprofit, business and governmental sectors, as well as many local health care organizations, we are dedicated to solving community healthcare problems.
Services we provide. Projects.

WHATCOM CARES www.whatcomcares.org/
Whatcom Cares empowers you to meet the everyday challenges of living with serious or chronic illness or end of life. We bring together local community members and agencies to find activities, services, and resources for you and your family and friends.
Visit our Resource Page. Visit our Stories Page.

WHATCOM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT www.co.whatcom.wa.us/health/index.jsp
The WCHD works to preserve and enhance the health and quality of life in Whatcom County through community and environmental health programs, and the management of communicable disease through investigation, surveillance and emergency response.
Community Health Programs Communicable Disease & Emergency Prepaaredness

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