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Mất an ninh lương thực là một trong những vấn đề xã hội phổ biến nhất của thời đại chúng ta. Tất cả các ngân hàng thực phẩm, kho lương thực và trung tâm phân phối của chúng tôi đều tồn tại để giải quyết nạn đói trong cộng đồng của chúng tôi và cũng đóng vai trò là điểm tiếp xúc để kết nối những người hàng xóm của chúng tôi với các nhu cầu cơ bản khác.

Who We Are...

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The Washington Indian Behavioral Health HUB exists as a central resource point for those affiliated with the Native American and Alaskan Native Communities. We are available statewide to assist in a variety of ways, giving special attention to culture and community connection.

The HUB has been developed in partnership with the Tribal Centric Behavioral Health Advisory Board, the American Indian Health Commission, the Washington State Health Care Authority and the Department of Health.

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How We Help...

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  • Coordinate care for individuals experiencing behavioral health concerns prior to a crisis

  • Help with accessing treatment beds (voluntary or involuntary)

  • Coordinate care after a person has been discharged from a facility (emergency room, outpatient treatment, psychiatric hospital, and more)

  • Provide culturally appropriate resources and assist with overcoming barriers

  • Follow up with the person over the next two weeks

  • Collect individual feedback on cultural sensitivity of facilities and programs

  • Provide behavioral health resources

  • Support navigation of Joel’s Law: when a designated crisis responder has decided a family member does not meet the criteria to be in involuntary treatment, but the family feels their loved one would benefit from it.

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Where We Serve...

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The HUB is a statewide service available to meet the needs of the Tribal Affiliated community and coordinates with Tribal agencies, healthcare professionals, hospitals, and in- and outpatient programs.