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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.

Connecting to Data
Exploring regional health through a data lens

This tool provides a summary of all action plan indicators* including key takeaways and why the measure is important to regional health and well-being.

*OCH will coordinate with regional partners to implement focus groups and surveys with community members to identify progress and barriers for the focus area “Individual needs are met timely, easily, and compassionately”. Metrics for this focus area are not included in the “connecting to data” tool.


The network of OCH partners are the backbone for the success in OCHs mission and vision, so OCH will monitor measures associated with the strength of the network.

Explore data by category

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Action plan indicators

Emergency department utilization
relates to all four OCH focus areas

Emergency Department Visits by Medicaid Beneficiaries for All Reasons

Child & Adolescents in the Olympic Region who had at Least One Well-Care Visit

Olympic Region Community Members Without Health Insurance

Adolescent Depression

Number of Physicians Practicing

Medicaid Beneficiaries in the Olympic Region who Received Dental Services

Olympic Region Community Members with Unmet Healthcare Needs Due to Cost

Adolescents With a Trusted Adult in their Life

Together, recovery is possible (substance use disorder)

Medicaid Beneficiaries with a Substance Use Disorder who Receive Treatment

Number of Beds in the Olympic Region for Withdrawal Management (Detox)

Perceived Stigma in the Olympic Region Towards People with Substance Use Disorders

Inpatient Admissions among Medicaid Beneficiaries for Reasons Related to Substance and/or Alcohol Use

Transitional Housing Options in the Olympic Region

Deaths in the Olympic Region Induced by Drugs and Alcohol

Everyone housed

Olympic Region Housing Units (Total and Vacant)

Cost-Burdened Renter Households in the Olympic Region

Housing Affordability

Point-In-Time Homelessness


Regional Demographics:

Medicaid beneficiaries
Race and Hispanic origin
Housing, income, and insurance


Access to the full spectrum of care


Click on the slides to view data analytics and partner successes related to each indicator.

Download the full slide deck to view all of the indicators and successes.

Stronger Together: Partner network analysis

Olympic Community of Health Partners

Perceived Trust in the OCH Partnership Network

Level of Engagement of OCH Partners

Olympic Community of Health relationships among partners

Value of OCH Network Relationships


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