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Empowering Patients to Change Their Health

Empowering Patients to Change Their Health — and Their Lives It's all because of your generosity! Angela* is a local woman in her late 50's. We first met her at a vocational class she was taking at Goodwill — where we regularly visit to tell potentially underserved neighbors about health screening services provided by the clinic. After being laid

Physical therapy and vision care at PSCC!

Aamir* is a young man in his mid-twenties. He loves his parents and siblings and seems to be much more concerned with taking care of them than with caring for himself. In fact, we first met him when he was bringing his parents in for care. But Aamir has challenges that most young adults don’t.

PSCC Dental Clinic Christmas Open House

We were so pleased to have community leaders, ministry partners and friends join us at the PSCC Dental Clinic Christmas Open House on December 5 in Lynnwood! About 50 guests came to view the site of the future PSCC Dental Clinic, including Mayor Nicola Smith and Council Chair Loren Simmonds of Lynnwood, WA. Also joining

All are broken, all are healing: A message from Diane

Like you, my heart was so moved to hear Naomi’s story — she’s one of many women we see here at PSCC who are broken and in need of the love and healing Jesus gives. But I think sometimes it’s easy to look at others’ circumstances and feel that brokenness is “something that happens to

You’re invited to our Annual Meeting!

As we begin 2014, I’d like to invite you to join the PSCC Board and Staff as I share how we—together—brought hope and health to Puget Sound communities in 2013.  I’ll also share our vision for continuing the care in 2014. Please join us on February 10, 2014 at North Seattle Alliance Church, 2150 N.

Congressman Jim McDermott Visits Edmonds Mobile Clinic

On November 5, Congressman Jim McDermott was visiting the Edmonds Food Bank in order to be better informed about proposed cuts in food stamps. While there, a PSCC supporter suggested that he take a moment to visit the Mobile Medical Clinic parked just outside (our Edmonds site is right next to the Food Bank in