Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Get up-to-date information on symptoms, how to prevent illness, self-care, and getting medical care. You can also find information about UCNW procedure and program changes and how we are keeping patients and staff safe as we return to routine care.  Learn more.

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Latest News

Routine Dental Care Returns May 18

Learn about the safety measures we are taking to keep patients and staff safe. more >>

Online Free Yoga Classes!

Weekly virtual yoga classes are free and open to the public. more >>

New Prescription Pick-Up Options

UCNW Pharmacy now offers curbside prescription pick-up and free delivery services. more >>

Behavioral Health Groups and Acupuncture Suspended.

For the safety of patients and staff during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, these services are suspended until further notice. more >>

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May is Mental Health Month

During this difficult time, we are all experiencing anxiety, fear, depression, isolation, or other mental health challenges, to one degree or another. Uncertainty about the immediate and long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our health, economy, and community well-being affects all of us. During Mental Health Month, know that you are not alone, even as we are separated from one another. If you feel that you need help or just someone to talk to, there are resources in our community to support you. Unity Care NW’s Behavioral Health staff is also offering telehealth appointments to our current Behavioral Health patients. Call us at (360) 676-6177 to make an appointment.

 

 

Congressional Action to Fund Community Health Centers Needed

Several months ago, the U.S. Congress extended short-term funding for the nation’s community health centers. Unfortunately, however, the funding package did not provide the long-term certainty and sustainability that health centers need to do our work.

The COVID-19 epidemic has added new urgency to providing stable, long-term funding to community health centers across the United States. The recent stimulus package passed by Congress fell considerably short of addressing health center revenue lost due to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, and only provides a short-term fix to the Community Health Center Fund. As Congress turns its attention to another relief package, it’s critical that community health centers receive additional assistance and the assurance of five years of sustainable funding.

We ask that you take a moment to contact our Congressional representatives and voice your support for prioritizing increased, long-term funding for community health centers in the next stimulus package. Take action now!

Thank you for your support.