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Dental Services
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Hearing Care
Heating & Utility Assistance
Home Health Care
Hospitals and Clinics
Immunizations (Adult)
Mental Health Agencies and Resources
Pregnancy
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Women's Health Day 2014

ANGEL FLIGHT WEST


1-888-426-2643
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30a.m.-4:30 p.m. Pacific Time
Air Lifeline is a national non-profit charitable organization of over 1,000 private pilots who fly ambulatory patients
who cannot afford the cost of travel to medical facilities for diagnosis and treatment. Our pilots donate their time,
aircraft and fuel to make this air transportation service totally free of charge for patients who qualify.
 

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HELPLINE


(206) 842-7621
Hours: M-F 9:00-5:00p.m.
Loans out medical equipment. Participants need to reside on Bainbridge Island.
 

BASIC HEALTH


1-800-826-2444 or TDD: 1-888-923-5622
Website: www.basichealth.hca.wa.gov
Affordable health care coverage for those that are income eligible. Participant needs to call for an application. No
local branch offices. Currently they are taking children and pregnant women only
 

CAPRI HEART AND LUNG INSTITUTE


2601 Cherry Ave #111, Bremerton, 98310
(360) 479-3886
Hours :Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8:00am-4:30pm, then on Tuesday and Thursday 8:00am-2:30pm
Helps improve the health of people affected by or at risk for heart and lung disease through rehabilitation, education
and prevention. A nurse practitioner or physician must refer person. CAPRI will assist with a referral.
 

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION


1-888-443-7232
Website: www.cdc.gov/hepatitis
For information on viral hepatitis. Participant should call if they believe to be infected or at high-risk or for more information on the virus.
 

SEATTLE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CENTER


(206) 987-2000 or (206) 987-2164
Hours: 24 Hours
Website: www.seattlechildren.org
Provides referrals and treatment for childhood psychological problems. Appropriate referrals are: Attention Deficit Disorder, behavior problems, depression, suicidal, socially withdrawn, conduct disorders, physical and sexual abuse, family crisis intervention, anxiety disorders, learning and school-related difficulties. They provide assessment testing and behavioral management assistance as well. Call for more information. Sliding scale fees.
 

COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE


101 E 26TH St, Tacoma
(253) 597-4550
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00-5 p.m., Friday 8-4:30 p.m.
There are 8 medical facilities and 3 Dental facilities. Participant needs to call to find out where to go for full service medical/dental facilities that serves people with or without insurance and/or who are low-income. No county
restrictions. Sliding fee scale, call for appointment
 

COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE/PIERCE COUNTY


101 E 26th St Tacoma
(253) 597-4550.
Hours: M-F 8:30-5p.m.
Call for more information or to make an appointment. You do NOT have to be a Pierce County resident to qualify for services
 

Department of Social and Health Services


877-501-2233
www.washingtonconnection.org
 

FIRST STEPS


(360) 337-4821
Hours: M–F 8:00am-4:30pm
Website: www.kitsapcountyhealth.com
First Steps is a program to help income eligible pregnant women get the health and social services they need to be a
healthy mom and to have a healthy baby. Program services include medical coverage for mother and baby, free bus
passes or Para transit to doctor visits, funding for childcare during doctor visits, free in-home education, counseling
and support from a Public Health Nurse or Behavior Health Specialist, linkages to community resources, childbirth
classes through Harrison Medical Center, WIC nutrition services through K.C.R. and free family planning up to 1 year after the birth of the baby.
 

GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES


4060 Wheaton Way, Bremerton
(360) 373-6966 or (800) 531-0825
Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5:30pm
Home health care company that will care for acute and chronically ill children and the child with long-term health
care needs. Services are provided in the home by registered nurses, nursing assistants, occupational therapists and
physical therapists. Cost: they accept private pay, private insurance and are Medicare/Medicaid certified.
 

GREEN MOUNTAIN REHABILITATION MEDICINE


2625 Wheaton Way, Bremerton
(360) 475-6480
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30PM
A comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility (CORF) specializing in physical, occupational and
speech/language therapy for those who have experienced a stroke, head injury or those who have a neuro disorder or
anyone who may need Ortho rehabilitation.
 

HEAR NOW PROGRAM


(800) 328-8602
Hours: switch board 7am -6pm
Website: www.sotheworldmayhear.org
National program providing assistance to those permanently living in the U.S., to acquire hearing aids through an
application process. All applicants must meet the programÂ’s financial criteria, complete the application process and
be approved for hearing aids. For more information call the above number.
 

HARRISON HOSPITAL CHARITY CARE PROGRAM


(360) 377-3911X 6610
Hours: 9am-4:30pm
Website: www.harrisonhospital.org
May apply for charity assistance if unable to pay medical bill at Harrison Hospital. Call the above number for more
information
 

APPLE HEALTH KIDS


(877) 543-7669.
Website: www.applehealthkids.wa.gov
Quality low-cost health care to children under 19, who do not have insurance and family income, is too high for
Medicaid but fits within CHIP guidelines. Interested families should call for income-guidelines and admission
information. Children can receive low-cost medical services they need through CHIP. Covered services include
check-ups, immunizations, prescriptions, dental, vision, hearing, outpatient & inpatient hospital services and more.
 

HILL BURTON ACT


(800) 638-0742
Program for people who are having trouble paying a hospital bill or need an operation but do not have the funds.
Under the program, certain health care centers provide free or low-cost medical care to patients who cannot afford
to pay. People can apply before they receive the care and after the bill has been sent to a collection agency. In Kitsap
County, only the Kitsap Community Health Clinic is under this plan.
 

KITSAP COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT


345 6th Street Suite 300, Bremerton-98337
Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm
(360) 337-5235
Can assist with applying for no-cost health care to those that qualify. Families, kids up to 19 or pregnant women.
Reproductive And Sexual Health Services, Medical care; testing, exams, HIV testing, contraception, pregnancy
testing and education. (FLU SHOTS)
 

PHILLIPS LIFE LINE


10215 Lake City Way N.E., Suite K, Seattle
(800) 543-3546
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Website: www.health-watch.com
Services offered to disabled and/or elderly in which the client wears a push button device that enables them to
summon for help without having to move or use the phone. The office receives the signal and dispatches for
assistance.
 


Website: www.nleb.org
Referral for the local Lions Club for recipients in need of eye exam and glasses.
Need to call the above number for more information
 

PORT GAMBLE SKALLAM TRIBAL HEALTH CLINIC/DENTAL CLINIC


32014 Little Boston Rd NE, Kingston
(360) 297-2646
Hours : M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Medical from tribal members to tribal members, spouses, and Native Americans in Kitsap County. May be a cost.
 

SEX INFORMATION LINE (FACTS OF LIFE LINE)


(206) 328-7711
Hours: Monday-Thursday 3-6 p.m.
Provides information and referral for people with questions and concerns about
pregnancy and a variety of sex-related concerns.
related medical issues, sexual dysfunction, venereal disease, alcohol and pregnancy concerns, complications with
contraception, pregnancy, sex
For ALL ages and sponsored by Planned Parenthood of Seattle.
 

VISION USA


(800) 766-4466
Hours: 8:30-5:00 Central Time
Website: www.aoa.org
Free eye care for children, adults, and seniors. To qualify for the program you need to be working or live in a
household with at least one family member working at least part-time, have no insurance that covers eye exams, and
have an income below an established level. Please call to receive an application or visit the website listed above.
Only covers exam.
 

WHEELCHAIR LIBRARY


62 Peter Hagen RD NW
Seabeck, WA 98380
(360) 479-4535
Hours: Call Time Monday-Friday 8-2pm Pick-up from 2pm until dark
Free library of wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, hospital beds and other medical equipment. Call day before pick-up
(pick up time is until dark)

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