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The past year has underscored the utter necessity of HealthPoint. Simply put, we provide health care to anyone who needs it, regardless of circumstance. Just as we’ve seen how a virus can spread, we believe good health is also contagious.
A Message To Our Community
Read on to see our impact in 2020.
*Statistics are from 1/1/20 through 9/30/20 and include all visits completed despite COVID-19 challenges.
2020 has been challenging for everyone. But when the threat of COVID-19 emerged, HealthPoint immediately rose to meet it with some of the first testing sites in the area, treatment of patients afflicted with COVID-19 and expanded telehealth capabilities. Whether we are seeing patients in our centers, school-based clinics or out in the community treating people experiencing homelessness, we are there when people need us most.
Invested to Expand Telehealth
COVID-19 Tests Administered
*Statistics are from 1/1/20 through 9/30/20
Medical, Dental, and Other Future Community Health Professionals
The summer of 2020 inspired tens of thousands of people to mobilize for racial equity. HealthPoint joined this movement as a continuation of the commitment to health equity and racial justice that we’ve held for nearly 50 years. Our doors are open to everyone. We continue to speak out against violence towards communities of color and strive to deepen our partnerships with community groups like the Marshallese Women’s Association and the Somali Health Board.
Whole Person Care
and Health Equality
To Deliver Care
Health Center Locations
(2 more coming soon)
Behavioral Health Partner Clinics
Urgent Care Location
Behavioral health is just as important as physical health. The COVID pandemic has exacerbated issues for a population already impacted by economic inequality, food insecurity, lack of affordable housing, untreated mental illness, addiction and more. HealthPoint cares for over 12,000 people diagnosed with anxiety and depression, including post-traumatic stress disorder.
HealthPoint is the only school-based health care provider in South King County, where health disparities are highest. Every student, regardless of income or insurance, can access our clinics for physical care, behavioral health services, reproductive health and more.
School-based Health Centers
School-based Medical and Behavioral Health Visits
School-based Health Centers
School-based Health Centers Coming Soon
of HealthPoint patients
are low income
People experiencing homelessness are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 because they have higher rates of serious underlying health problems, generally lack access to quality health care, and have no way to self-quarantine. The annual count of homeless families in King County has increased 35% over the past year. Our Homeless Services team seeks out these often ignored members of our community for care and treatment.
King County Families Experiencing Homelessness
Homeless Services Visits
HealthPoint couldn’t do everything we do without the help of our generous donors. And there is still so much more we need to do. Join us in creating a healthy community for all by making a gift of any size to HealthPoint.Donate Now
Uncompensated Care made possible by donors like you
can provide two controller inhalers for children with asthma
covers one session with a behavioral health specialist
supports 20 hours of homelessness outreach by our visiting nurse care team
outfits one physician with everything they need to provide care via telehealth
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