Connecting Families to Services: Help Me Grow Is Happening!

Help Me Grow connects families and caregivers with kids under age five to community-based programs and services, simplifying how families and caregivers move between systems of care and promoting healthy child development for all children, families and caregivers.

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How Odessa Brown is supporting parents, shifting workplace culture

Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (OBCC) is a pediatric, primary care clinic of Seattle Children’s Hospital, located in Seattle’s Central District. Patients receive medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services regardless of a family’s ability to pay. But what patients and their families may not realize is that thanks to a shifting clinic culture (and a […]

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Q&A on Measles and Travel: It’s a small world after all!

In the last month, nearly 100 measles cases have been linked to exposure at Disneyland, prompting concerns from many parents about travel. Lauren Greenfield, RN, and Libby Page, MPH, from our Immunizations program shared their answers to common questions. Q: Is there a risk from measles at Disneyland or California right now? A: If you’re […]

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Could investing in the early years be a key to the public’s health?

The Public Health community has long looked upstream for what produces healthy individuals, families and whole communities. At its core, we understand that conditions such as housing, employment, the environment and education are the foundation of healthy communities. But what if, just as we rattle off “education” as a key building block for lifelong health, public […]

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