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.
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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