Recent years in the U.S. have been marked by increasing numbers of abhorrent violent actions inflicted by whites on Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) and socially marginalized people. A […]
Washington State Department of Health For immediate release: May 18, 2022 Resources for families and caregivers OLYMPIA – The nationwide infant formula shortage has caused stress for many families. The […]
Spring Washington State Firearm Tragedy Prevention (FTPN) meeting is May 18 – join us! When: Wednesday, May 18, 2022, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PST Where: Virtual (Zoom) – register […]
During GiveBIG, a statewide fundraising campaign, individuals and organizations come together across Washington to invest in nonprofit organizations that serve our communities. GiveBIG technically ends May 4th, but you can still contribute! […]
MaryKate Cardon, DNP, BSN, RN Co-Director, Northwest Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit University of Washington There are new changes and challenges that impact the ongoing concern of pediatric lead exposure. […]
Chris Ladish, PhD | Chief Clinical Officer, Pediatric Behavioral Health Mary Bridge Children’s | MultiCare Behavioral Health The continuation of a global pandemic, effect of prolonged virtual learning, and the […]
By Martina Popovici, Mary Dinh, and Emma Montgomery Henry Foss High School Students – Tacoma Two hundred students from the Henry Foss High School’s ninth grade Biology classes came together […]
Washington’s child health improvement partnership, WA-CHIP, which is led by WCAAP, is working on multiple fronts to improve child health. The First Year Families arm of the partnership focuses on […]
DOH is launching a media campaign to encourage families to resume well-child visits and check-ups.
WCAAP vice president Dr. Beth Ebel spoke with the Seattle Times about the potential for increased COVID-19 infections as families in the Seattle area return from spring break vacations.