Healthcare

Immigrants and refugees in the United States face many challenges when attempting to access healthcare, including a lack of clear guidance on when and how to access care and obtain health insurance. While the process of obtaining insurance varies depending on a person’s current legal status, all immigrants and refugees can receive healthcare regardless of whether or not they have health insurance.

Funding Opportunity: Uninsured Care Expansion Grant

CHCs are invited to Uninsured Care Expansion Grant application support huddles.

The Health Care Authority continues to hold meetings throughout February and March for those interested in applying for an Uninsured Care Expansion Grant. The $35 million in grant awards are to provide health care services to low-income uninsured and underinsured individuals, regardless of immigration status. Eligible organizations, including federally qualified health centers, are encouraged to participate in grant application training and support activities.

Grant application support huddles will take place every Thursday from 1 – 1:30 pm through April 14. You can join the Zoom meetings here.

Applications for the Uninsured Care Expansion Grant will be accepted until 5 pm on Tuesday, April 15. To learn more, visit the Uninsured Care Expansion Grant webpage.

 

Resources in WA

Below are links to health-related resources in Washington state. If you’re looking for COVID-19 resources, click here.


Reviewed on 02/28/2022