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Give Cheerfully, Accept Gratefully

December 2nd, 2019

Give Cheerfully, Accept Gratefully



As we look around to our families and communities, we are thankful. The generosity of spirit and commitment to togetherness and community is all around us. And as we look ahead to 2020 and beyond, we know there is still work to do and many lives to touch.

Here at HealthPoint, we are taking our commitment to breaking down barriers and building healthy communities to the next level. With our innovative and integrated care model, thousands of patients receive multiple systems of care under one roof and often on the same day.
Our providers and staff show their commitment and passion for quality care every day. With your help, we can expand these programs and services and continue to build our care teams to improve even more lives. We invite you to come along with us and be part of our vision. #healthytogether

You + HealthPoint = Stronger Communities
What you can do now:

  • Make a gift today
  • Join our Giving Tuesday Clickathon event December 3rd
    • Help us with our goal of engaging 100 new community members to learn and invest in healthy communities.
    • Click and share - every click counts! With a chance to win a $200 VISA gift card. 

Other ways to support HealthPoint during the season and into 2020:

“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed." 
– Dr. Maya Angelou

Help be the heart of HealthPoint.
With your gift you have the opportunity to select one of these highlighted programs, or choose to give where the need is greatest.  


Helping New Mothers Connect

The CenteringPregnancy program brings together women of the same culture, language, and gestational age in a supportive group. Women receive prenatal care together, discuss pregnancy and health issues, and learn about pregnancy and childbirth. The program helps women build bonds and a culture of support. This popular program is now offered in English, Spanish, Somali, and Dari.

Health Homes

Meeting High-Risk Patients Where They Are 

Health Homes utilizes a team of Care Support Coordinators that visit patients at home to identify and addressphysical needs, nutrition, and social and environmental challenges. Care Support Coordinators work with patients to develop personalized Health Action Plans that enable patients to become more active in their own care. The Health Homes program helps to reduce emergency room visits and hospitalizations and foster better long-term health outcomes.

School-Based Health Centers

Supporting Youth Health in Schools

HealthPoint operates school-based health centers in 3 public schools in South King County. Students can receive medical care and support without needing to leave campus. School-based health centers offer immunizations, sports physicals, routine medical care, reproductive health services, and behavioral health care. These clinics are open to all students in the district, not just those attending the school in which they are located, and are often an important point of care for youth experiencing homelessness.