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Region 4

Region 4

Implementing Agency (IA)

Department of Health

Key Contacts

Morgan Hartline
IA Lead
Email Morgan

Upcoming Region 4 Events

Jul
31

Quarter 3 PEARS Data Entry Due

Aug
17

Evaluation Survey Orders Due for Quarters 1 and 2 FFY2021

Regional News & Updates

FFY19 Communication 11-27-19

DATES TO REMEMBER December 31: All staff complete annual Civil Rights training December 31: SNAP-Ed Inventory list updated December 31: Q2 teaching calendars due to CTW Team January 10: Q1 report due to DOH  …

FFY Communication 10/18/2020

DATES TO REMEMBER 10/16: PEARS opens for FY20 DOH IA UPDATE DOH SNAP-Ed team has moved out of our current building, and will move into our new location in December/January. For the interim: Our PO…
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Stories & Impacts

A mom and dad with two children sitting down to dinner.

King County Healthcare and Food Insecurity Learning Network

As part of our effort to combat food insecurity, SNAP-Ed staff at Public Health Seattle and King County identified the need for coordination and collaboration across health systems as well as community partners that offer healthy, affordable options.
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Regional SNAP-Ed Program Providers

Washington State University Extension.
King County WSU
MultiCare - Center for Health Equity & Wellness logo
MultiCare - Health Outcomes
MultiCare - Center for Health Equity & Wellness logo
MultiCare - NonHealth Outcomes
Washington State University Extension.
Pierce County WSU
Public Health Seattle & King County logo.
Public Health - Seattle King County
Solid Ground logo.
Solid Ground
Tacoma-Pierce County Health District logo.
Tacoma Pierce County Health Department