Promoting Public Health
The Seattle Human Services Department invests annually in Public Health — Seattle & King County, to improve our communities, eliminate health inequities and maximize the lifespan of Seattle residents. These investments are intended to ensure all residents have access to preventive care, primary care, specialty care, urgent care, mental health services, and substance abuse disorder services.
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Housing, Health and Human Services seattle.gov
(2 days ago) Content about affordable housing, health resources, employment assistance, public assistance, victim's services, accessibility and handicap services, elder care and other support individual and family programs.
Retiree Health Care
(1 days ago) Retiree Health Care If you are eligible and interested in enrolling in a retiree medical plan , this is done through the Seattle Department of Human Resources (SDHR) Benefits Unit. SDHR Benefits Unit requires that enrollment happen thirty (30) days before your last paid work day.
School-Based Health Centers
(6 days ago) Investments in School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) integrate medical and mental health, nursing, and oral health services, and promote school attendance and improved academic performance. SBHCs use evidence-based practices, exercise culturally responsiveness and gender competency, and provide an accessible source of health care.
(4 days ago) Hinge Health combines exercise therapy, one-on-one coaching and education to help people living with back, knee, hip, neck or shoulder pain in their own homes. Participants report significant reduction in pain, improvements in depression scores and increased mobility without the need for surgery or time consuming physical therapy appointments.
smART ventures grant
(5 days ago) The Artist Within is an art exhibition at City Hall featuring 50 artworks by people, aged 60-101, who live with dementia. The exhibit will also feature several public talks with representatives across sectors of health and policy as well as people living with dementia and their caregivers. Colleen Louise Barry $800
Current Contract Information Form
(9 days ago) Contractor agrees to comply with conditions of the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and, if manufactured or stored in the State of Washington, the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA) and the standards and regulations issued there under, and certifies that all items furnished and purchased will conform
Early Childhood Health Services
(8 days ago) The City contracts with Public Health - Seattle & King County to provide the following services to agencies serving more than 3,500 children through the Child Care Assistance Program, Free and low-cost preschool programs for three- and four-year-olds (ECEAP and Step Ahead) and school-based after-school programs and Parks and Recreation after-school sites.
Mobile Integrated Health Program
(3 days ago) The Mobile Integrated Health Program began in 2016 with two main objectives: improve unit availability and provide enhanced service to individuals calling with lower acuity complaints. The MIH program is staffed with SFD firefighters and case managers from the Human Services Department, with a civilian manager.
2021 Medical Plan Comparison
(2 days ago) Mental Health Care (outpatient) Paid at 100% after $15 copay per session. $15 copay per session. Deductible applies. Paid at 80% Ongoing consultation with a behavioral health provider by web, phone or mobile device through Teledoc. Paid at 80% Paid at 100% after $15 copay Ongoing consultation with a behavioral health provider by web, phone
Health One update
(7 days ago) Health One is a team of specially trained firefighters and civilian specialists that will help people with non-emergency (low acuity) 9-1-1 requests for issues like substance use, non-emergency medical issues and a need to access services. “We know the demand is high for addressing low acuity calls in our community.
COVID-19 Health & Action Management Plan
(5 days ago) Get the COVID-19 Health & Action Management Plan Toolkit Here. Until further notice, in accordance with Washington State and Special Events Committee requirements, all Special Event Permit Applications must include a comprehensive written plan for mitigating the risk of spreading COVID-19 (COVID-19 Health & Action Management Plan) which meets or exceed current state and Public Health guidelines.
City of Seattle – Benefits at a Glance
(1 days ago) Accolade Health Assistants provide one-on-one personalized support at no cost. Health Assistants are a one-stop resource to answer health and benefit questions, and they partner with a team of doctors, nurses and benefits specialists to help navigate the healthcare system. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA): The City offers a
Nurse Family Partnership for First-Time, Low-Income
(2 days ago) The City of Seattle has funded Public Health - Seattle & King County for Nurse Family Partnership since 2002. To be screened for eligibility and apply for assistance, call (206) 477-0018 or (206) 477-8256.
Tree Health and Management
(3 days ago) The purpose of the tree management policy is to maintain, preserve and enhance the urban forest within parks. To increase the overall tree canopy, tree health and tree longevity within parks and to ensure that parks trees are managed in a manner that is consistent with other departmental and municipal policies.
Health Care Day Care
(2 days ago) All unclaimed 2021 Health Care FSA account balances will be carried over to 2022 accounts by the end of January by Navia Benefit Solutions. If you don’t elect a 2022 Health Care FSA, 2021 account balances under $120 will be forfeited. You cannot use a Health Care FSA to pay expenses you also claim as health care
COVID-19 Test Information Packet: What to expect
(7 days ago) Last updated: 9/24/2020 5 4. Positive or Negative: Stay home! If you test positive: • This means that you have COVID-19. • You can still spread COVID-19, even if you don't have symptoms. • You do NOT need to avoid the people in your house who have already been diagnosed with COVID-19. • You do NOT need to test again after completing isolation period.
DUWAMISH VALLEY CUMULATIVE HEALTH IMPACTS …
(3 days ago) ing health protective and proactive environmental regulations, policies, practices, and actions. The results of this analysis will inform recommendations that DRCC/TAG will make to EPA, Washington state, and local government agencies regarding the Lower Duwamish River Superfund Site. In addi-
Summary of Benefits and Coverage: THE CITY OF SEATTLE
(Just Now) health care reform law, there will be no charge for in-network preventive prenatal care. Pre-authorization required for out-of-network care may apply. If you need help recovering or have other special health needs for out Home health care Not applicable 10% coinsurance Not …
(7 days ago) Seattle analyzes more than 50 samples daily to ensure we are 100% in compliance with regulatory limits that protect customer health, and that our water is clean and safe to drink. Our water quality laboratory analyzes over 20,000 microbiological samples each year and conducts chemical and …
Promoting Healthy Aging
(2 days ago) To ensure all older adults experience stable health and can age in place, the Human Services Department invests in a combination of direct services and in funding agencies that serve older people. Program and service investments are managed by the Aging and Disability Services division that support older people, adults with disabilities, caregivers, and their families.
"Most" Employees Plans
(5 days ago) A Health Care FSA can help pay for expenses not covered by health plans, such as deductibles, copays, coinsurance, and services such as orthodontia that exceed the plan maximum. The maximum employees can contribute to a Health Care FSA is $2,700 per employee; for a Day Care FSA, it's $5,000 per household.
The Roots of the Crisis
(9 days ago) Mental Health and Addiction. Drug overdose is currently the leading cause of death among people who are homeless. In King County, more people enter detox for heroin than they do alcohol. In 2014, the 156 opiate overdose deaths were the highest ever recorded in King County - more than triple the number of …
As the City of Seattle Reimagines Public Safety, Mayor
(9 days ago) Health One 9-1-1 response team staffed with specially trained firefighter/EMTs and case manager helps people with mental/behavioral health or substance use disorder, and non-emergency medical issues access services Since November 2019 launch 56 percent of those served by Health One were experiencing homelessness SEATTLE (April 13, 2021) – Mayor Jenny A. Durkan and Fire Chief Harold …
Plant Health Care, Integrated Pest and Monitoring in the
(1 days ago) on health, public safety, economic, or aesthetic thresholds; (d) Treatingpest problems to reduce populations below those levels established by damage thresholds using strategies that may include biological, cultural, mechanical, and chemical control
City of Seattle Hotel Employees Health and Safety
(8 days ago) Hotel Employees Health and Safety Initiative SMC 14.25 Questions & Answers Seattle’s Hotel Employees Health and Safety (HEHS) Initiative provides protections for the health and safety of hotel employees working in Seattle. This ordinance is the result of Seattle voters passing Initiative 124 (I-124) in November 2016.
Service & Program Impact Areas
(8 days ago) To ensure all older adults experience stable health and can age in place, the Human Services Department invests in a combination of direct services and in funding agencies that serve older people. Program and service investments are managed by the Aging and Disability Services division that support older people, adults with disabilities
Crisis Response Team
(9 days ago) The Crisis Response Team deploys in a co-responder model, partnering Mental Health Professionals (MHP's) with specially trained Officers. The Crisis Response Team focuses on taking a holistic approach to law enforcement encounters with persons experiencing behavioral health issues.
Economic Contribution of Healthcare to the City of Seattle
(6 days ago) slightly over three decades, health care expenditures have doubled, from 7 percent of U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) in 1970 to over 15 percent share in 2003. Health expenditures have now reached a level of $1.6 trillion or $5,600 per person. The growth in health spending has advanced much faster than the rest of the economy—indeed twice
School Based Health Centers Will Be Open for In-Person and
(4 days ago) School Health investments provide critical medical, dental, and mental health services to help support student health and academic success. Early this month, Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) announced that 29 School-Based Health Center (SBHC) services will be available to Seattle Public Schools students this fall, including 8 elementary schools and 21 middle and high schools
SDOT Travelers Home Page
(5 days ago) Get real-time traffic conditions on Seattle city streets and WSDOT freeways. Includes live camera images, road congestion, up-to-the-minute accident and construction information. See sporting event traffic. Plan fastest route and travel time via car or mass transit. Sign up for alerts customized to your commute by …
Frequently Asked Questions for Food Businesses
(2 days ago) King County health permit for mobile food establishments (must have your approval from Washington State L&I before applying for your health permit) Seattle Fire Marshal permit (for use of LPGs or open flame - wood or charcoal to prepare food) Location vending permits (street/sidewalks/public plaza, private property, city parks)
Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) Plans
(Just Now) A Health Care FSA can help pay for expenses not covered by health plans, such as deductibles, copays, coinsurance, and services such as orthodontia that exceed the plan maximum. The maximum employees can contribute to a Health Care FSA is $2,700 per employee; for a Day Care FSA, it's $5,000 per household.
Georgetown Mobility Study A Health Impact Assessment
(5 days ago) Health Organization (WHO) views health as a combination of physical, mental, and social measures rather than relying on the more traditional US approach of measuring health out-comes like morbidity and mortality. The purpose of this as-sessment is to examine the potential health impacts of policy change and to make evidence-based recommendations.
City of Seattle Racial Equity Community Survey
(Just Now) criminal jus ce, health, community development, the environment and arts and culture. 2. Sea ©le’s economy is on the rise. Yet, the beneﬁts of a strong economy are not felt equally by all. Community members listed housing aﬀordability highest on a list of concerns. Respondents across all
SEATTLE MUNICIPAL MENTAL HEALTH COURT EVALUATION
(2 days ago) Mental Health Court (MHC), as well as their views on the challenges to be overcome, and the most important indicators of success for the MHC and its participants. Interviewees and those we met with in person or by phone are listed below by name,
FLASH [FunLeisure Access Savings and Health] Card
(Just Now) FLASH [FunLeisure Access Savings and Health] Card Application for a discount card for Seattle/King County residents age 18-59 with disabilities Age Friendly Seattle • P.O. Box 34215 • Seattle, WA 98124-4215 . FLASH Card holders must be residents of Seattle or King County, age 18 - 59, with qualifying disabilities, as