The following regional partners are contributing to the ongoing success of the INW Insights data hub and community assessment:

Funding Partners

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The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation was established in 2017 following the sale and conversion of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston into a for-profit hospital. It is administered as a philanthropic trust with a mission to promote community health, wellness, and disease prevention.

Idaho Community Foundation (ICF) serves all 44 counties across the state of Idaho with a mission to enrich the quality of life. ICF partners with many organizations, convenes community leaders for conversations about important issues and celebrates philanthropy through our statewide network of members, donors, volunteers and nonprofit partners. .

Since 1974, Innovia Foundation has worked with our region’s donors to invest in long-term solutions to challenges facing Eastern Washington and North Idaho, and beyond. Innovia partners with communities to help those in need, identify and respond to our greatest opportunities, and leave a lasting impact.

Since 1939, Syringa Hospital & Clinics has been supported by community residents in the 8,000 square miles of Idaho County covered by the Syringa Hospital District. Syringa Hospital works closely with St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, and is affiliated with Kootenai Medical Center in Coeur d’Alene in order to improve the patient care experience through thoughtful coordination of all aspects of health.

Community Partners

For more than 60 years, the Twin County United Way has worked to identify needs, unite people and share resources to improves lives in Asotin (Wash.) and Nez Perce (Idaho) counties. The United Way partners with more than 26 local, LC Valley nonprofits on 30+ programs to improve health, advance education and increase financial stability for households.

Public Health – North Central Idaho District serves as the region’s public health leader to prevent disease, promote healthy lifestyles, and protect and prepare the public against health threats.

COAST serves citizens who live in five counties in Idaho (Latah, Nez Perce, Idaho, Lewis and Clearwater) and three counties in Washington (Asotin, Garfield, and Whitman) with rides for medical, personal care, social, nutrition, and other needs.