Hard to fit sizes and post mastectomy products

The Bra Shop

Citrine Health added The Bra Shop in 2014 to provide women on Medicaid post-mastectomy products. Citrine Health created the shop because there was no place north of Seattle that provided post-mastectomy products for women on Medicaid. The Bra Shop works with many insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid. Please call and schedule an appointment for post-mastectomy fittings.

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It looks like we may be in for cold weather. Please take appropriate precautions and stay warm!

Need help with cold weather shelters, heating/power bills or food assistance? Call Citrine Health to be connected to local resources at (425) 299-4198 or (425) 220-1489.

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It looks like we may be in for cold weather. Please take appropriate precautions and stay warm!

Need help with cold weather shelters, heating/power bills or food assistance? Call Citrine Health to be connected to local resources at (425) 299-4198 or (425) 220-1489.

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¡Community Transit necesita su opinión! Nos gustaría conocer sus experiencias relacionadas con la seguridad al utilizar los servicios de Community Transit.

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¡Community Transit necesita su opinión! Nos gustaría conocer sus experiencias relacionadas con la seguridad al utilizar los servicios de Community Transit.

Los participantes que realicen la encuesta tendrán la oportunidad de ganar una de cinco tarjetas de regalo de $100.

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Community Transit wants to hear from you! We want to learn about your safety and security experiences while using Community Transit services.

Participants who complete the survey can enter to win one of five $100 gift cards.

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Participants who complete the survey can enter to win one of five $100 gift cards.

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FYI For those with food benefits (EBT/Basic Food), February will be the last month with extra benefits.

For those who need food benefits, call Citrine Health today to see if you qualify at (425) 220-1489 or (425) 299-4198.

#basicfood #ebt #communityresources #snohomishcounty #nonprofitIMPORTANT UPDATE: DSHS received federal approval to provide extra food benefits up to the maximum allotment for eligible for households for February 2023.

⚠⚠PLEASE NOTE: Due to changes in the federal law, emergency food allotments are ending in February and your food benefit amounts will decrease to your normal benefit levels beginning in March 2023. ⚠⚠

We understand this will have a significant impact on families and we are here to support you during this transition. We encourage you to find local resources at findhelp.org and to visit the SNAP Match Programs site to learn about matching funds to help stretch your food benefits and access more fruits and vegetables:

doh.wa.gov/you-and-your-family/nutrition-and-physical-activity/healthy-eating/snap-match-programs....

Also, if circumstances in your life have changed, you may qualify for a different food benefit amount. Call 877-501-2233, go to WashingtonConnection.org or visit your local Community Services Office to report changes in your household size, income or expenses, or to apply for additional assistance.

If you normally receive your food benefits on Feb. 1-2, you will see the emergency allotment amount on Feb. 2.

If you normally receive your food benefits Feb. 3-20, you will see the full amount on your regular issuance date.
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FYI For those with food benefits (EBT/Basic Food), February will be the last month with extra benefits.

For those who need food benefits, call Citrine Health today to see if you qualify at (425) 220-1489 or (425) 299-4198.

#basicfood #ebt #communityresources #snohomishcounty #nonprofit

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