Heath Care Services

Women’s Programs & WorkFirst Services (206) 587-3854 http://seattlecentral.edu/womens-prog/

 A representative from King County in our office every Tuesday from 12:30-2:30PM to answer questions regarding:
-Basic Food Assistance
-Energy Assistance
-Medical Insurance for Children

King County Public Health Centers (206) 296-4600
http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/locations.aspx

Country Doctor Community Clinic (206) 299-1600 http://www.countrydoctor.org/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1
Provides health care that addresses the needs of people regardless of their ability to pay.  


Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday

9:00am-12:30pm, 1:30pm-5:00pm, 5:30pm-8:30pm

Monday & Friday

9:00am-12:30 and 1:30pm to 5:00 pm

Saturday

9am - 12:30 pm at Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center located at 2101 E. Yesler Way.

Neighborcare Health  206-548-3019 or enrollment@neighborcare.org
http://www.psnhc.org/index.php?page=Basic_Health_Plan

Who Can Apply: Residents of Washington State who are not eligible for Medicare and whose family income is up to 200% of FPL. For a family of 4, that is gross family monthly income up to $3016.81

Benefits include: No co-payments for routine physicals, immunizations, Pap tests, mammograms, maternity services, lab and x-rays
Major discount o­n prescriptions
Coverage for doctor and nurse visits, chiropractic, physical therapy, counseling(does not include vision, dental, or durable medical equipment)
Hospitalizations and major medical bills

Qliance (206) 913-4700
http://www.qliance.com/
Qliance is a medical practice that specializes in comprehensive primary, preventive and wellness care. Qliance operates outside the insurance system. As a result, the practice does not bill insurance plans or receive payment from insurance carriers for the services provided.
Instead, Qliance charges a monthly fee ($49 to $79) for unrestricted, 7 day a week access to a Qliance provider. Qliance features same or next-day appointments for urgent care, unhurried 30 to 60 minute office visits, 24 hour phone and email access to a physician and the convenience and cost savings of an on-site x-ray, laboratory and "first-fill" prescription drug dispensary.


King County’s H1N1 Influenza
http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/preparedness/pandemicflu/swineflu.aspx

Food Banks A 28 page comprehensive pdf of King County Food Banks updated 8/09
http://www.seattle.gov/humanservices/emergencyservices/FoodBanksSeattleKingCounty.pdf

Shelters, Eviction Prevention, Bus Tickets
http://www.seattle.gov/humanservices/emergencyservices/shelter/default.htm

Dental Care
The Seattle Vocational Institute Dental Clinic accepts patients with DSHS coverage and charges  a very low fee for those without dental insurance.  You can have your friends and contacts call at 587-4973.

Dental Hygiene Clinic at Seattle Central is open at reduced price for students. SCCD student regular cleaning is $12.00. Please go to the website to see clinic hours http://www.seattlecentral.edu/learn/dentalhygiene/patientservices.html

Mental Health

Harborview-Mental Health Services
401 Broadway, Seattle 98122
1st Floor 206-744-9600

Sound Mental Health
1600 E. Olive, Seattle 98122
206-302-2300 1-800-828-1449

Catholic Community Services
100 23rd Ave. South
Seattle, 98144
206-328-5097

Antioch Community Counseling
2326 Sixth Ave.
Seattle 98121
206-268-4840

WA Psychological Association (online referrals)
www.wapsych.org

King County Community Info
www.crisisclinic.org