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Become a Health Ally

Help advance positive change in our community as a Health Homes Care Coordinator or Pathways Community Health Worker. Transformation takes all of us, working together.

Health Homes Care Coordinator Role

The Health Homes program welcomes applications from nurses, physician assistants, social workers, behavioral health professionals/specialists, and chemical dependency professionals or people with an approved exception from the Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA).

The HCA has the authority to make an exception and certify individuals who reside in lower socioeconomic areas or support at-risk community members, but do not meet the traditional qualifications to be a care coordinator. To apply for the exception, applicants must be employed by a care coordination organization that is contracted with Elevate Health, complete the two-day HCA training for Care Coordinators, and obtain a letter of recommendation from their employer.

Health Homes Care Coordinator Role

Pathways Community HUB Community Health Worker

You can qualify to become a Community Health Worker if you hold a high school degree or its equivalent. General information about becoming a CHW and additional resources are available from the Washington State Department of Health. If you are ready for a new career and want to support the health of your community, register for the Community Health Worker Core Competency Course. This free course, offered by the Washington State Department of Health, is open to anyone in the community.

Once you’ve completed the Community Health Worker Core Competency Course, contact our Pathways Community HUB Manager to inquire about hiring opportunities:

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