Providence’s Well Being Trust 2022 annual report includes a look at some of our transformational work in the communities within the Providence footprint as well as some of the national work that we’ve done with like-minded partners that has led to the development of optimal mental health and wellness services, innovative digital solutions, and other tools and resources that support mental health and well-being for all.
Improving Mental Health and Well-Being for All
The vision of Providence’s Well Being Trust has always been to promote the mental, spiritual and social health of all, especially those most marginalized in society. As we enter a new chapter of service, that vision remains the same.
Arpan Waghray, M.D., CEO, Providence’s Well Being Trust
We’re approaching the next chapter of Well Being Trust with renewed commitment and we are sharpening our focus on serving communities within the Providence footprint while continuing to advance our work with like-minded partners nationwide.
Rod Hochman, M.D., Providence’s Well Being Trust Board Chair; President & CEO, Providence
Our Stories: Advancing Mental Health and Well-Being
Supporting our Health Care Workforce
No One Cares Alone is an umbrella of programs that provide our caregivers with resources designed to increase access to mental health support.
Expanding Timely Access and Improving Quality Care
One of our main goals when it comes to mental health care for our patients is expanding timely access to care and improving quality of care.
When we support the mental health needs of our youth, we can change the course of their lives for the better.
“I’ve been a nurse for 30-something years, and [the OUD Pathway] was by far the most important work I think I’ve ever done that impacted a greater team.” – Kelly Ogden MSN, RN, Director of Nursing, Providence St. Elias Specialty Hospital – Anchorage, Alaska
Kelly shares about the impact that the Opioid Use Disorder Pathway has had on her both professionally and personally in the 2022 Annual Report
Most people know how to respond to a physical health crisis, but few, regardless of age, know how to respond to an emotional health crisis. The Emotionally, Connect, Partner, Respond (CPR) lesson from our partners at Work2BeWell covers aspects of youth mental illness, including how common it is, facts on suicide, warning signs, how to detect a crisis, how to connect a friend with people, and resources that can help.