FAQs for Child and Family Health

Clark County offers a wide variety of resources and services in the community.  211info is an online directory that can help you connect to these businesses.

To speak with a 211 Community Information Specialist about resources in your area:

     CALL 211 or 1-866-698-6155
     TEXT your zip code to 898211 (TXT211)
     EMAIL help@211info.org
     HOURS Monday-Friday 8am-6pm

Free or low-cost Apple Health is available year-round and a Special Enrollment is available if you have certain life changes.

You can also call a Health Care Navigator in your area for help in enrolling in a plan:

  • Sea Mar Delaware -- 360.213.1326
  • Sea Mar Fourth Plain -- 360.947.2531
  • Sea Mar East -- 360.726.6724
  • Sea Mar Salmon Creek -- 360.558.5704
  • Sea Mar Battle Ground -- 360.342.8051

Clark County Public Health no longer offers pregnancy testing, you can purchase a pregnancy test at most major pharmacies.  Call your primary care provider and see what they provide for testing and referral services. If you don't have a provider or insurance call one of these pregnancy centers in your area for additional support: 

Plan B emergency contraception is available at major retailers--no prescription or ID needed.  By contacting your medical clinic first, you may be able to get the cost covered by your health insurance.  Planned Parenthood may also be able to help you obtain Plan B at an affordable cost.

WA State laws on sexual and reproductive health care, allows minors younger than age 18 have the right to obtain contraceptive, prenatal and STI services without parental involvement.

Contact your medical clinic for information on your medical insurance's birth control coverage and privacy laws.

 211info.org can also help you find local agencies that provide birth control services.

 

There are several opportunities in our community for you to join a parenting education program 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.

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

See Public Health's web page on Healthy Eating and learn about Farmer's Markets in your community.