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Health & Wellness 

Through our health & wellness services, our goal is to engage our communities with resources and services in their area such as blood pressure checks, information on diabetes, safe sex, chronic disease, colon cancer, etc.  

Mobile Vaccine Clinics

Mobile vaccine clinics offer flexible and viable options for COVID-19 & flu vaccines to vulnerable communities. The mobile clinic provides COVID-19 vaccines available for children ages 5-11 and booster shots for folks over 12 years of age. Medical insurance is not necessary, no vaccine fee and walk-ins are welcome. We partner with the Washington State Department of Health. 

Charity Care

Washington’s hospitals are committed to ensuring patients get the hospital care they need regardless of their ability to pay for that care. Charity care eligibility is based on family size and income. Providing health care to those that cannot afford to pay is part of the mission of Washington’s hospitals. State law requires hospitals to provide free and discounted inpatient and outpatient care. Each hospital is responsible for maintaining its own charity care program.


If you have medical or hospital debt and need help, we have services available to help.

Open Enrollment

Everyone who lives in Washington state can purchase health insurance regardless of their immigration status. Enrollment is open from November 1- January 15.


UNA has Naloxone/Narcan for those that are in need. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist medication that is used to reverse an opioid overdose. Naloxone is a temporary treatment and its effects do not last long. Therefore, it is critical to obtain medical intervention as soon as possible after administering/receiving naloxone.


Condoms are the only way to protect against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), such as HIV and herpes. UNA can provide condoms when needed. 

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