Land acknowledgement

Together, we acknowledge, with humility, the indigenous peoples whose presence permeates the waterways, shorelines, valleys, and mountains of the Olympic region. The land where we are is the territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, in particular the Chimacum, Hoh, Makah, S’Klallam, Suquamish, and Quileute tribes on whose sacred land we live, work, and play. Click here to learn more about the Indigenous land where you are.

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Olympic Community of Health presents the Coffee Break Video Series, addressing local health issues through community conversations and shared cups of coffee. 


The purpose of this video series is to create accessible, digital resources that highlight partner and community voices on important health topics. These videos are also intended as a way for staff in partner organizations to engage with the work of OCH and potentially serve as a potential professional development opportunity for health-serving staff across the region. 


Ultimately, we hope these videos are a source of inspiration and curiosity, leading to deeper conversations and energy around collaborative work that helps foster a region of healthy people, thriving communities. 


This video series brings bite sized conversations (in 15 minutes or less) discussing health challenges directly to your screen. 

Coffee Break Video: Trauma-informed approach