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  • Request for Proposal (RFP) and other funding opportunities
    Current requests for proposals by Public Health - Seattle & King County programs.

  • Partnerships to Improve Community Health (PICH)
    The next step to reducing health disparities in King County, Public Health — Seattle & King County is working with key partners to ensure all communities have what they need to be healthy. It's not just about educating people to make healthier choices, it's about breaking down barriers that stand in the way of health equity.

  • Health and Human Services Transformation Panel
    In November 2012, the Metropolitan King County Council passed Motion 13768 which calls for the King County Executive, in collaboration with a community stakeholder panel informed by local and national expertise, to develop a plan for an accountable and integrated system of health, human services, and community-based prevention and wellness. The plan is due to the Council by June 1, 2013.

  • Contracts and resources for contractors
    A resource to agencies and individuals contracting with Public Health - Seattle & King County including contract compliance forms, useful information about the contracting process and contact phone numbers for contracted services.

  • Healthy Communities in King County
    Public Health – Seattle & King County works in close partnership with community institutions to create environments and places that foster health. This includes schools, parks, housing agencies, city planners, childcare facilities, retailers, hospitals and community organizations.

  • King County Traffic Safety Coalition
    The King County Traffic Safety Coalition's goal is to prevent injuries and save lives resulting from motor vehicle crashes along Highway 99.

  • King County Hospitals for a Healthier Community (HHC)
    King County Hospitals for a Healthier Community (HHC) is a collaborative of 12 hospitals and health systems in King County and Public Health-Seattle & King County. HHC members have joined forces to identify the most important health needs and assets in the communities they serve and develop plans to address them.

  • Global to Local Initiative (G2L)
    The Global to Local Health Initiative will serve Tukwila and SeaTac residents who have little or no access to basic health services and economic opportunity. G2L will build on the expertise of Washington State's global health institutions, bringing home strategies that have proved effective in addressing health disparities in developing countries.

  • Child Profile Health Promotion System
    Child Profile is Washington state's health promotion and immunization registry system designed to help ensure our children receive the preventive care they need.