Creating a Culture of Health & Wellness
Eileen Branscome has been a member of Mason Matters Board of Directors since 2015. She brings the Healthcare Community, and Population Health perspective to the conversation as the COO for Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics.
Manager at Columbia Bank, Lisa is active on nonprofit boards in the community.
Former Executive Director of Mason County Literacy (Sound Learning)
Peggy represents the North Mason Area and is a member of the Mason County Board of Health.
Faculty member of WSU Extension, Justin focuses on Economic Development and use of data to make informed decisions. .
The campaign to improve health across seven priority areas.
Moving Mason Forward You may be surprised at the number of organizations, agencies, and community groups working to improve the quality of life in Mason County. Just 5% of our medical dollars are spent on prevention, yet preventing chronic conditions is essential to reducing health care costs. The priority areas do not stand alone but rather intersect with one another. Like the spokes of a wheel, they support one another to move the vehicle forward.Learn More
Access to and knowledge around healthy food choices, promotion of small farms and integration of local foods into school systems and institutions. Includes gardening for food and increased physical activity. This priority area include access to no or low cost physical activity options.Learn More
Access to treatment options and support.Learn More
Efforts to improve access to quality, affordable health care and information about the Medicaid Transformation ProjectLearn More
Resources and support for families to enable them to raise well adjusted, healthy children.Learn More
Supporting efforts designed to increase high school graduation rates and develop learning academies for exploration of career paths.Learn More
Quality of life is impacted by the quality of our air, water, and soil.Learn More
Access to affordable safe housing. The Mason County Housing Coalition meets regularly to set goals, define strategies, and determine shared measures to reduce the number of people living unsheltered.Learn More
Coming soon, a calendar with meetings and events that contribute to the health and wellness of all Mason County residents. Let us know about your events, meetings, and activities that are making a difference. We want to assist you in getting the word out about the great things going on in Mason County.Read More