Health care for individuals with low income (formerly known as Medicaid) Visit website | Phone: 800-562-3022
Be an active participant in your health by making sure that your health care providers have the information they need to ensure the best treatment for your specific needs and condition. The following free toolkits include handouts, worksheets, and information to help everyone be better informed and involved.
ParentHelp123.org, is operated by the statewide non-profit WithinReach, and helps Washington State families find services in their communities and apply for health insurance, food assistance programs and more. The website also provides important health information for pregnant women, children and families.
Find, compare, and enroll in health insurance.
The Washington Prescription Drug Program is a free prescription drug discount program. It is similar to a grocery store club card where discounts are taken off at the point of sale. Although this program does not coordinate benefits with insurance or Medicaid, it can be used for prescription drugs not covered by your insurance. For Washington State residents. No age or income restrictions.