From Seattle to Spokane and Bellingham to Vancouver, our diverse Washington communities are only made stronger by the presence of immigrants and refugees from around the world. Their unique contributions to our state’s economy and social fabric have improved every aspect of life here in Washington by introducing people to new customs, cuisines, and languages and fostering new businesses. Nevertheless, immigrant and refugee groups remain underserved when it comes to healthcare. We’re working to change that by ensuring that everyone has access to high-quality, community-based healthcare.


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Reviewed on 8/27/2020