Public Resources

Healthcare Access

Free and Charitable Clinics across Washington State and beyond.

An Assessment of Primary Care Capacity in Washington State is a 2016 WHAA report detailing the current healthcare environment for underserved communities.

Washington Healthplan Finder for enrolling in healthcare under the Affordable Care Act.

Washington Association of Community and Migrant Health Centers provide a wide range of care to low income patients, including patients on Medicaid. Visit the WACMHC site to find the community health center closest to you.

Apple Health for Kids is free healthcare coverage for children. Apple Health covers medical and dental care as well as preventive care, including immunizations.

Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program provides free breast, cervical, and colon cancer screening to eligible men and women in Washington State. Eligibility for the BCCHP is primarily based on health insurance status, income, and age. Find out if you are eligible.

Medication Assistance

Rx Outreach is a fully-licensed, mail order pharmacy committed to making the use of prescription drugs safer and more affordable. 

Washington Prescription Drug Program is a prescription drug discount program created by the Washington State legislature. Discounts are taken off at the point of sale. 

Washington Drug Card is a free statewide discount prescription assistance program. Washington residents can download a card, locate participating pharmacies, and look up discounted drug prices.

Family Planning

Washington State Department of Health funds family planning services across the state for patients ineligible for Medicaid. 

Healthcare Reform 

America's Free and Charitable Clinics: Vital Support for 30 Million Uninsured Americans Publication released August 2014 from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics

The Role of Free Clinics in the Era of Health Reform Publication released March 2014 from AmeriCares USA

Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency 

National Alliance on Mental Illness is the largest mental health advocacy organization in the United States with affiliates in most Washington counties.

Washington Recovery Helpline provides 24 hour help and referrals for mental health, chemical dependency and problem gambling.

Dental Care

This comprehensive list from Washington Dental Service Foundation includes free, very low cost, and Medicaid dentists, by county.

Washington Healthcare Access Alliance Dental Services in Free and Charitable Care Settings, 2015 Report

Social Services Statewide

2-1-1 (Washington Information Network) provides referrals to local resources, including healthcare, housing, food and legal assistance.

WHAA Newsletters

Follow this link to access our most recent newsletters.