After 9 months and 150 patients, the Community Health Monitoring Program is coming to an end. We have appreciated your willingness and commitment to serving those most impacted by COVID-19 through the Spokane Alliance. As a community we have cultivated more meaningful relationships, connected our patients with vast resources, and built power in the most challenging of times. Join us for a final celebration and evaluation on Jan 4th from 6-7pm!
Though we are still figuring out whether this program will be taken over by another organization, we want to evaluate the experiences of all of you, the active members of this terrific program, as well as celebrate the great work and heartfelt relationships we shared with patients, teammates and new friends. Please join us on January 4th to rejoice as a community- I’m sure there are many stories to be shared.
Though a difficult decision, dissolving our program and redirecting our efforts as a membership we believe is the right one. Our team recognized that what our patients need most right now is greater access to resources like stable housing, financial assistance and childcare. COVID-19 is worse than it has ever been, and we acknowledge the great challenges it continues to bring to Spokane. We will continue to do what we do best to build power and alleviate pain in Spokane - grassroots organizing. At our celebration, we will mention the numerous opportunities you have to continue being involved in our work.