Jefferson Healthcare board approves Discovery Behavioral Health affiliation
PORT TOWNSEND — The Jefferson Healthcare board has unanimously voted in favor of affiliating the hospital with Discovery Behavioral Health, a local nonprofit and mental health care provider. The five commissioners voted at their Wednesday meeting to allow hospital CEO Mike Glenn to begin work on the affiliation.
Jefferson Healthcare eyes buying mental health clinic
Access to mental health care services in Jefferson County could be under one umbrella – Jefferson Healthcare – by the end of the year. Jefferson Healthcare CEO Mike Glenn told hospital commissioners Feb. 1 that he would seek approval from them on Feb. 15 for the public health care system to affiliate with Discovery Behavioral Healthcare
United Good Neighbors surpasses fall fundraising goal by $50k
United Good Neighbors (UGN) surpassed its fall fund drive of $200,000 by raising $250,000 to help local health and human services organizations to assist Jefferson County citizens. The nonprofit annually holds a drive in the fall to raise funds for organizations such as the YMCA, Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) and Discovery Behavioral Health.
Teaming up for mental health care: Health care agencies eye joint state funding request
Jefferson Healthcare and Discovery Behavioral Healthcare are eyeing state funding to build an outpatient mental-health facility that could have transitional housing in the same building. Jefferson Healthcare CEO Mike Glenn debuted the idea at a Dec. 21 meeting of Jefferson Healthcare commissioners.
Washington State Government Lean Transformation Conference
October 18-19, 2016 at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center "Tackling the hard questions of today and tomorrow." Here are some highlights of past conferences