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
Imagine being 55 years old and never having seen a dentist before. For most of us, dental care is a way of life — but when Sharam* came to us at the dental clinic, he had never had his teeth cleaned in his entire life! During his first visit, Sharam’s niece came with him to
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
March of 2012 marked an important milestone for PSCC and the Edmonds community – our Mobile Medical Clinic, affectionately called ‘HOPE’, began providing free basic health care services to low-income and uninsured individuals and families at Edmonds United Methodist Church (EUMC). What a blessing – EUMC is already home to a local food bank, which
The second Snohomish pilot was great! Nine patients received health care, and all were so appreciative. All volunteer positions were staffed, and internet connectivity was almost perfect. Even the printer and fax machine worked! Thank you to all who volunteered, prayed, and gave. Your contributions are making a difference in the lives of so many!
Great News! We recently received a grant from the Stewardship Foundation. This funding allows PSCC to increase the hours of our Volunteer Program Manager to full-time. Effective January 1, Hillary will become our first full-time employee. For those of you who have volunteered to serve at PSCC, but have not heard from Hillary, these increased hours