Skagit Community Resource Directory

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Dental Resources
Apple Health (Medicaid)
Health Care Authority
1-855-WAFINDER (1-855-923-4633)
Description: Free health coverage and dental for low-income children and adults age 18-64. Also known as Medicaid. See also In Person Assister program.
See also Provider One.


Center for Pediatric Dentistry
University of Washington
6222 NE 74th St., Seattle
(206) 987-2000
Description: Provides a full range of care for children birth through age 18 and special needs from birth through age 20. Preventive, restorative, sedation and dental surgery center. Accepts Apple Health / Provider One.

Community Health Center - Arlington Clinic
326 S. Stillaguamish Ave, Arlington
(360) 572-5400
Monday - Thursday 7:00am - 7:00pm
Friday and Saturday 7:00am - 5:30pm
Closed Sundays & Holidays
Description: Dental walk-in clinic for adults & children. In most cases, the clinic will be able to accommodate walk-in patients or offer a same-day appointment, but in some situations, scheduled appointments may be occasionally necessary.

Donated Dental Services - Dental Lifeline
Description: DDS volunteers provide comprehensive treatment to eligible patients Volunteers do not provide emergency services.
Applicants must have a permanent disability, or be age 65 or older, or qualify as medically fragile.


Healthcare for the Homeless
Sea Mar Community Health Centers
125 N 18th St, Mount Vernon
(360) 588-5550
Description: Referrals to a variety of medical, mental health and dental resources.
Staff also assist clients with navigating our healthcare system, provide shelter outreach, food vouchers, medical prescription vouchers, bus and shower passes, and referrals to community agencies for clothing, household items and other services.

Sea Mar Dental Clinic - Mount Vernon
Sea Mar Community Health Centers
1400 North La Venture, Mount Vernon

Swinomish Dental
17395 Reservation Rd. , La Conner
(360) 466-3900
Description: Swinomish Tribal Members and family only

Unity Care Dental Program
Interfaith Community Health Center
220 Unity St, Bellingham
(877) 235-6850
7:45 AM - 6:00 PM, Monday - Friday
8:15 AM - 4:00 PM, Saturday
Description: ICHC dental program provides services for all ages. Services include X-rays,exams, cleanings, sealants, fluoride treatment, fillings, extractions,information on how to care for your teeth

Veterans Dental Van Program
Community Action of Skagit County
330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7585
Description: Provides mobile dental services for low-income veterans in Skagit County.

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