Campaigns

Community Health Monitoring Program

When the coronavirus pandemic began the Spokane Alliance quickly organized to meet a critical community need: stress on the healthcare system. With support from the WSU Elson S. Floyd School of Medicine and in coordination with the Spokane Regional Health District, the Spokane Alliance created the Community Health Monitoring Program to provide support and connection to COVID patients quarantining at home.

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Organizing During COVID-19

We are taking steps on the local, state, and federal level to address the immediate needs of our community and build power for a long-term economic response. Learn more about how you can get involved.

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Good Jobs & Public Benefits

Good Jobs have been a priority for the Spokane Alliance since our founding. Currently, the Jobs Team is focused on ensuring that all Public Works projects in the Spokane region create benefits for the whole community. We believe that the community is strengthened when more workers have health insurance and retirement benefits. 

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HEART - Housing Equity Action Research Team

HEART is a campaign team of the Spokane Alliance focused on expanding affordable housing in the West Central neighborhood. This effort grew from community organizing work at the West Central Abbey. Guests and volunteers at the Abbey's Wednesday night free Dinner Table identified lack of stable, affordable, and dignified housing as their top concern. Members of the West Central Development Project, the West Central Abbey, and the Salem Lutheran Church have come together to work on this issue.

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Health Care Action Team

The Health Care Research Action Team conducted a Listening Campaign in Summer 2018 to identify the biggest health care pressures that members of the Spokane Alliance experience. We held face-to-face meetings with over 150 of our members. The top concerns that are most deeply and broadly felt are: unaffordable health care and insurance costs, complex and dehumanizing health care system, and a lack of mental health resources.

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