Many of the buildings of Yakima Neighborhood Health Services are named after the organization’s figures.
The entire east Yakima campus of the community health center is named after Anita Monoian, who retired as CEO last month after more than four decades.
The Hinman building on East Yakima Avenue, which once housed a financial firm, is named after Don Hinman, a founding board member and current chair of the board of directors.
Yet another building named after a critical figure at Neighborhood Health: The Rhonda D. Hauff Resource Center. Once a market, the center at 201 S. Sixth St. provides temporary housing for the homeless and provides case managers to connect the homeless to services, including health care, long-term housing and employment.
With Hauff’s initiative, Neighborhood Health has been expanding its services for the homeless population for the last 13 years.
Earlier this month, Hauff, who had served as deputy CEO,