Community Programs

Community Programs

As a charitable, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, Swedish invests its resources in programs and services that improve the health of the community and region, from building partnerships with community clinics that serve the underprivileged to providing free and low-cost health-education classes to the public.

From newly arrived immigrants and at-risk teenagers to low-income seniors and families, Swedish reaches out to those who might not otherwise get the health care services that they need.

Here you'll find the many invaluable community programs and services available through Swedish.

Bereavement Support Groups
Community Specialty Clinic
Family Violence Fund
Global to Local
Health Education Services
Healthcare Services at Ballard High School
Job Training for Developmentally Disabled Students
Mobile Mammography Program
Patient Assistance Fund
Residency Program Clinics for the Economically Disadvantaged
Services for Chemically Using Pregnant Women (CUPS)
Services for Low-Income Mothers and Newborns
Social and Health Justice Program
Spiritual Care
Sponsorships
Other Community Programs

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