Washington State Health Insurance Web site will help you navigate to the plan that best meets your needs.
Child and family health
How can I find out about Washington Health Plans?
Where can I get a pregnancy test?
Clark County Public Health no longer offers pregnancy testing. Try calling your primary care provider or insurance provider, most will provide testing and referral services. If you don't have a provider or insurance try searching 211info.org for services in your area.
Where can I get Plan B Emergency Contraceptive Pills-ECP?
Search in 211info.org and search for "Emergency Contraception" to find a provider near you.
Where can I get birth control services?
211info.org can help you find local agencies that provide birth control services.
Who offers parenting classes in my area?
There still are several opportunities in our community for you to join a parenting education program that are designed to give families important skills and information to help children reach their potential in safe, loving homes. Click on this link 211info.org to find a group in your area.
Who is providing Maternity Support and Infant Case Management services in my area?
ParentHelp123.org can help you find agencies in your area that provide MSS and ICM.
What is ACEs and where can I find more information about it?
Visit the ACEs Action Alliance webpage to learn more about ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences).
What is the WIC program and how can I sign up?
WIC program is designed to help pregnant women, new mothers and young children eat well, learn about nutrition and stay healthy. Fathers, grandparents, foster parents and other legal guardians are also encouraged to apply for services for eligible children under their care.
Clark County WIC services are now provided by Sea Mar Community Health Centers at several locations.
Where can I get breastfeeding information and support?
Visit our Breastfeeding page for information and supportive links .
What is the Farmers Market Nutrition Program?
The Farmers Market Nutrition Program provides locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs for eligible women, children and seniors. This program is part of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program.