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

Health Screenings

In partnership with the Washington Breast & Cervical 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 throughout Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Pierce, and Whatcom Counties.

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

  • are age 40 to 64

  • have limited income
  • have limited or no insurance
  • have a high deductible
250% FPL Gross Income
family size monthly income annual income
1 $2,831 $33,975
2 $3,815 $45,775
3 $4,798 $57,575
4 $5,781 $69,375
5 $6,765 $81,175
6 $7,748 $92,975
7 $8,731 $104,775
8 $9,715 $116,575

For family size greater than 8 add $983 (monthly) or $11,800 (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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Citrine Health

Citrine Health is a community based, non-profit 501(c)3 agency based in Snohomish County, WA.
425-259-9899

FREE Youth Mental Health First Aid in Arlington on May 10th. Register today for this important course below and/or find further info at www.MHFA.org.

For assistance completing a Basic Food application or to enroll in our breast and cervical cancer screening program by calling Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#CommunitySupport #communityresources #basicfood #cancerscreening #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthfirstaid #snohomishcounty #arlingtonwaSnohomish County WSU Extension invites you to attend our FREE upcoming Youth Mental Health First Aid Training. Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental health and substance use challenges among adolescents ages 12-18. You will build the skills and confidence you need to reach out and provide initial support to young people who are struggling. You’ll also learn how to help connect them to appropriate support. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an evidence-based training program administered by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental health and substance use challenges.

Questions or want to learn about future training? Call (425) 357-6044 or email snoco.4h@wsu.edu Registration is required. Limited spots available. Registration link is below or call (425) 357-6044.

Date: Friday, May 10th, 2024
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Host: Stilly Valley Health Connections
Format: In-person at Stilly Valley Health Connections
REGISTRATION: wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bPL2hNizTE61Egu
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FREE Youth Mental Health First Aid in Arlington on May 10th. Register today for this important course below and/or find further info at www.MHFA.org.

For assistance completing a Basic Food application or to enroll in our breast and cervical cancer screening program by calling Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#CommunitySupport #communityresources #basicfood #cancerscreening #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthfirstaid #snohomishcounty #arlingtonwa

Several housing waitlists have opened in Everett ONLY for April 1-26, so don't delay! Application link in post.

Did you know Citrine Health can help complete Basic Food applications right over the phone? Call (425) 259-9899 for more information.

#communityresources #communitysupport #housing #lowincomehousing #everettwashington #snohomishcountyOur PBV waitlist is open for select properties April 1-26, 2024 for individuals:
- 62+ for 2 senior housing properties in Everett and Monroe
- No age limit for other 3 properties

Learn more and how to apply here: www.evha.org/news/everett-housing-authority-waiting-list-opening-april-1-2024
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Several housing waitlists have opened in Everett ONLY for April 1-26, so dont delay! Application link in post.

Did you know Citrine Health can help complete Basic Food applications right over the phone? Call (425) 259-9899 for more information.

#communityresources #communitysupport #housing #lowincomehousing #everettwashington #snohomishcounty

If your friends or neighbors are facing hunger, we can help. Call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899 to apply for the Basic Food program through DSHS and also get connected to local food banks and hot meal programs in your area.

#communityresources #basicfood #snohomishcounty #skagitcounty #whatcomcounty #islandcounty #sanjuancounty #Nonprofits
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If your friends or neighbors are facing hunger, we can help. Call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899 to apply for the Basic Food program through DSHS and also get connected to local food banks and hot meal programs in your area. 

#communityresources #basicfood #snohomishcounty #skagitcounty #whatcomcounty #islandcounty #sanjuancounty #nonprofits
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