Coordinated Care has a commitment to improving the health of the community one individual at a time through affordable and reliable health care plans. CCW treats the whole person by breaking down barriers to accessing care, walking members through their benefits and connecting them to what they need.
In 2020, CCW continued their partnerships with Washington Clubs by sponsoring Healthy Lifestyles: Triple Play as well as a Medicaid Membership Reimbursement.
Medicaid Membership Reimbursement
Coordinate Care of WA members are provided free annual BGC memberships by going to their local Clubs and identifying themselves as CCW members. The annual membership includes after-school activities, including healthy lifestyles program, mentoring and homework assistance..
2020 Triple Play Grant Program
Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties
Main Branch and Virtual Activities
- Virtual Club created this year to support members while protecting public health.
- 3 Healthy Lifestyle Videos are being created and shared with all Club members.
- Videos will be presented by “Coordinated Care of WA” with logo.
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County
Renton/Skyfall Branch and Federal Way Branch
- Each day youth are participating in active play through sports clinics, afternoon games time, or breaks from remote learning work.
- Club Staff have increased emphasis on social and emotional wellbeing, as many youth are navigating confusing new systems which have led to increase behavioral health challenges.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County
- Typical Activities have been adapted to protect public health.
- Weekly Obstacle Courses encourage creativity and health while socially-distanced
- Fitness Fridays with Triple Play Fitness Challenge
Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound
Al Davies Branch
- Created the Athletics Social Media Challenge to engage members through social media.
- Continuing traditional Triple Play activities with modifications to protect public health.