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02/01/2019 Catholic Charities Partners with Columbia Valley to Open Integrated Healthcare Clinic

In partnership with Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH), Catholic Charities in Wenatchee has opened an integrated healthcare clinic at the Worthen Street office. Hope Healthcare will provide primary medical care, mental health services, and substance use disorder services for adults. The clinic will include a primary care provider from CVCH. All Catholic Charities adult clients are eligible to use the clinic. CVCH offers services on a sliding fee scale, helping to ensure that anyone who needs services will be able to access them.

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12/12/2018 Catholic Charities Awarded $400,000 Grant for Youth Services

Premera Blue Cross, a leading health plan in the Pacific Northwest, has awarded Catholic Charities Serving Central Washington a $400,000 grant to support Pathways to Hope, which teaches youth how to navigate systems and practice financial stewardship. Youth (18-24) are taught housing and life skills, while given emotional support to finish high school or earn a GED.

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10/26/2018 Kennewick Thrift Store Has New Location, Plans Grand Opening

St. Vincent Centers in Kennewick is changing their location. The thrift store will be moving from their Morain Street location to 731 N. Columbia Center Blvd., Suite 114. A Grand Opening on November 16 is planned from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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10/23/2018 Fall 2018 Hope Newsletter

Click here to read the latest issue of Catholic Charities' quarterly newsletter.

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08/09/2018 Crowd Enjoys Open House and Dedication for Farmworker and Senior Housing Units

Bishop Joseph Tyson of the Diocese of Yakima and the Rev. Francisco Gutierrez of Prosser’s Sacred Heart were on hand for the blessing and dedication during Catholic Charities Housing Services’ Open House and Dedication for two properties in Prosser, WA. Rio de Vida (River of Life) is a 51-unit development that houses farmworkers and workforce housing. The development will provide decent, safe and affordable housing to approximately 200 people who are in need. Fabric artist Deborah Ann also unveiled her custom piece of textile art that will be displayed in the Rio de Vida gathering hall.

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Holly Anderson, Catholic Charities, Development & Asset Manager unveils the art that will be housed in Rio de Vida as local fabric artist Deborah Ann, talks about the piece.
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