No health insurance?
Co-pays too high?
We may be able to help with our
Breast, Cervical and Colon
Health Program.

Health Screenings

In partnership with the Washington Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program, we connect women and men to free or low-cost preventative healthcare services. Underinsured and uninsured women can receive yearly health exams that include pap tests and mammograms and men & women can receive colon screenings throughout Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Pierce and Whatcom Counties.

Call even if you do not think you fit in these guidelines. You may be eligible for a breast, cervical or colon cancer screening at no cost if you:

  • are age 40 to 64 (50 to 64 for colon screening)
  • have limited income
  • have limited or no insurance
  • have a high deductible
family size monthly income annual income
1 $2,602 $31,225
2 $3,523 $42,275
3 $4,444 $53,325
4 $5,365 $64,375
5 $6,285 $75,425
6 $7,206 $86,475
7 $8,127 $97,525
8 $9,028 $108,575

For family size greater than 8 add $921 (monthly) or $11,050 (annual) for each additional member.

Call us to enroll at 425-259-9899 or 888-651-8931.

Learn more about the importance of cancer screenings.

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TIME IS RUNNING OUT AND WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SPREAD THE WORD!

September 11, 2020, is the last date to apply for Pandemic EBT (P-EBT).
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Department of Social and Health Services have teamed up to create a new program called Pandemic EBT, or P-EBT, for short. These benefits will help families most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis to continue to have access to nutritious meals.

P-EBT is available for students, including children of immigrant households, who were enrolled in a K-12 school that offered a school lunch program during the 2019-20 school year AND were eligible for free or reduced-price school meals; or attended a school where meals were free for all students.

There are two ways to apply:
1. Online: www.WashingtonConnection.org (on the application, choose ‘Pandemic EBT — Emergency School Meals Program’ box in the Food Assistance section); or,
2. Call: 877–501–2233 (DSHS Customer Service Contact Center — interpreter services are available)

Additional information and translated documents are available here (k12.wa.us). Don’t miss out, apply today!
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TIME IS RUNNING OUT AND WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SPREAD THE WORD!
 
September 11, 2020, is the last date to apply for Pandemic EBT (P-EBT).  
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Department of Social and Health Services have teamed up to create a new program called Pandemic EBT, or P-EBT, for short. These benefits will help families most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis to continue to have access to nutritious meals. 
 
P-EBT is available for students, including children of immigrant households, who were enrolled in a K-12 school that offered a school lunch program during the 2019-20 school year AND were eligible for free or reduced-price school meals; or attended a school where meals were free for all students.   
 
There are two ways to apply:  
1. Online: www.WashingtonConnection.org (on the application, choose ‘Pandemic EBT — Emergency School Meals Program’ box in the Food Assistance section); or, 
2. Call: 877–501–2233 (DSHS Customer Service Contact Center — interpreter services are available) 
 
Additional information and translated documents are available here (k12.wa.us).  Don’t miss out, apply today!