Health Care Coverage for Everyone, including Child Care Employees

We are committed to making health care accessible and affordable. That is why we have partnered with to help you find low or no cost health coverage. Call for help: (509) 853-2377 or email:

Also, child-care workers may be eligible for zero premium plans.

Health Coverage for Childcare Workers

Health care coverage

COVID-19 Special Coverage Period

If you’ve lost your health coverage due to unemployment, reduction in hours or furlough, Washington Health Plan Finder is offering low or no cost plans right now.

If you’ve encountered other life-changing events, like having a baby or losing a loved one, you may also be eligible for plans right now. Talk to our Navigators today to see if you qualify for a plan.

Looking for affordable health coverage?

Our trained Navigators can help you review plans and decide which medical and dental plans are best for you, your family, and your budget.

We can often sign you up by the end of the phone call.

State and Federal Health Plans

Our Navigators can help you determine if you qualify for state or federal health plans like Medicaid (for low-income families) or Medicare (for those about to turn 65 or older.)

  • Washington Apple Health (Medicaid)
    • Apple Health enrollment is open year-round and you don’t need a special enrollment period to apply. Talk with us or visit Washington Health Plan Finder to see if you qualify.
  • Medicare
    • Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease. To find out more, talk to us or visit the Medicare website.

Paying for Services

At Neighborhood Health, we treat everyone. We provide primary health care — medical, dental, and behavioral health — regardless of your ability to pay.

We accept Medicaid, Medicare and most private health insurance plans and offer discounts to qualifying, uninsured individuals. Discounts are calculated based on income.

The discounts are known as the “sliding fee scale,” which makes paying for healthcare easier for patients at or below 200 percent of the current Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG). The guidelines are annual income levels below which a person or family is considered to be living in poverty.

To learn more or for question, contact one of our patient Navigators today!