Health care: low and no-cost
With proper care, you can have healthy teeth throughout your life. Clark County Public Health's Oral Health program provides information to help you keep a healthy smile and lower your risk of dental disease.
The Access to Baby & Child Dentistry (ABCD) program offers preventive care for eligible children on Apple Health (Medicaid) from birth up to age 6.
Medicaid and low-cost dental care providers
View a brochure with Medicaid and low-cost dental care providers (Clark County Dental Resources) who offer low fees or reduced fees based on income, or accept Apple Health (WA Medicaid). This list does not imply approval nor does omission imply disapproval. Call for up to date information and hours.
Low and no-cost health care services
A variety of low and no-cost health care services are available in Clark County. "Free and Low-Cost Health Related Resources in Clark County" brochures are available in English and Spanish. This list does not imply approval nor does omission imply disapproval. Call for up to date information and hours.
Below are the most common options available in Washington if you are looking to apply for free or low-cost health care insurance.
Medicare is a health insurance program for people 65 years of age and older, some disabled people under 65 years of age, and people with end-stage renal disease (permanent kidney failure treated with dialysis or a transplant). Medicare is divided into two parts: Part A (hospital) insurance and Part B (medical) insurance.
Apple Health (Medicaid)
If you don't qualify for Medicare, you and your family, as Washington residents, may qualify for Apple Health (Medicaid) or another program through the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS). Washington Connection will help you determine what you qualify for.
Washington health plan
Adults and families may be able to get low or no-cost health insurance through the Washington Healthplanfinder.
Prescription discount card programs
Save money on your prescription drugs not covered by insurance with the free prescription drug discount card offered by the National Association of Counties (NACO). Discount cards save county residents an average of 25 percent off the price of prescriptions. Cards can be printed online.
In addition to NACO discount drug cards described above, you may also get a free discount drug card from the Washington Prescription Drug Program (WPDP). For enrollment information, call 800.813.4146 or visit their website. Members of the WPDP can receive discounts up to 60 percent on generic drugs and up to 20 percent on brand name drugs.
Child and family health programs
Public assistance services
Check the status of a Washington licensed, registered, or certified health care provider
File a complaint against a Washington health professional or hospital