NUHSA announces 2019 Human Services Award winners

Nominees and winners will be honored at a Dec. 3 celebration.

  • Monday, November 25, 2019 10:45am
  • Life

The North Urban Human Services Alliance (NUHSA) recently announced its 2019 Human Services Award winners.

Each award recipient has demonstrated a contribution to the health and welfare of the north King County community and has supported or advocated for an accessible health and human services system, according to a press release.

Nominees and winners will be honored at NUHSA’s 2019 Human Services Awards celebration on Dec. 3 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the city of Shoreline’s council chambers. State Rep. Lauren Davis will be the featured speaker.

For more information or to RSVP for this community event, email

Outstanding Human Services Program

Winner: Lake City Partners

Nominees: Bothell United Methodist Church, Embrace Shoreline, Housing Development Consortium, Little Free Pantries – Shoreline, Mary’s Place Family Center in Northshore, Shoreline School District Family Advocates, Sound Health and WELD Seattle

Human Services Champion of the Year

Winner: Sue Freeman, Convener; Northshore Nourishing Networks

Nominees: Carlene Urrutia, BSN, RN; Shorecrest High School, Carrie Campbell, The Shorewood Experience, Diane Hettrick, Shoreline Area News and Mike Dee, Community Advocate

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