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Community support ensures that Unity Care NW can continue to provide medical, dental, behavioral health, and pharmacy services to individuals and families in Whatcom County. Your contribution will make health care and medications affordable for the most vulnerable in our community – uninsured patients and those struggling with high deductibles and co-pays.

Your generous contributions make it possible for us to improve and expand our innovative health care services, including behavioral health care for children and families and pain management alternatives.
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Unity Care NW
1616 Cornwall Avenue, Suite 205
Bellingham, WA 98225

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Unity Care NW is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Our tax identification number is 91-2168190.

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“I feel blessed to have such amazing people in my family’s dental life.”

“My heart is overjoyed by the care my family has received from the dental team,” says Kina. “Dr. Ashley and Dental Assistant Kathy make my children and me feel safe and cared for.”

Kina first came to the Unity Care NW in Ferndale when her son chipped his tooth nearly 10 years ago. She found staff to be “kind, gentle, and reassuring.” Before long, Kina and her other children started receiving dental treatment at Unity Care NW too. She has seen “great results for my teeth,” thanks to the dental care she has received.



Kina and her family have struggled financially and receive assistance with health care insurance. People can be judgmental about her low-income situation, she says. But at Unity Care, “They truly do care, even though we are a low-income family.” In addition to “outstanding” service and treatment from our Ferndale dental staff, she notes that the “ladies at the front desk are always very good and make my kids and I feel welcome.”

“I feel blessed to have such amazing people in my family’s dental life.”


“We need more kind, welcoming, and professional people, and Unity Care has them!”

In 2005, Rebecca Cowen Farnand was parenting four boys under the age of two. She had adopted two of her boys through the foster care system. When her marriage was ending in 2007, she became a single parent with a limited income. She had been a full-time teacher for 17 years, but staying at home with her small children was her priority. Substitute teaching provided some income, but she needed help.

Two local non-profit organizations, the Opportunity Council (OC) and Catholic Community Services (CCS), were great resources that connected her with services to keep her family healthy. She credits the OC, CCS, and friends from the Interfaith Coalition for referring her to Interfaith Community

Health Center, as Unity Care NW was previously known. Her positive experience led her to sign up her boys as dental patients. Then she too was able to be seen in the dental clinic.

Today, Rebecca also receives services from our Behavioral Health staff. The integrated, whole-person care she has received at Unity Care NW has, she says, allowed her to “become a better parent and a better person.”

“UCNW staff are wonderful listeners. We need more kind, welcoming, and professional people, and Unity Care has them!”

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