Get to know your clinics
Community Health Plan of Washington (CHPW) has a large network of doctors and clinics across the state. But we have a unique partnership with our Community Health Centers (CHC) that goes back almost 30 years.
CHPW was founded in 1992 by a group of Washington CHCs. They came together to form a health plan that shares their goal of providing access to care for Washington communities.
What are CHCs and why are they different from other kinds of clinics?
- These clinics are part of the public health safety net. CHCs do not turn anyone away based on their ability to pay for care.
- There are over 1,250 CHCs in the United States. Together, they provide care for more than 25 million people.
- CHPW’s statewide network of 20 CHCs operates 178 clinics.
- No two CHCs are exactly alike, and you can get care regardless of immigration status.
CHCs offer a large number of doctors and services
CHPW’s provider network includes over 2,700 primary care providers, 14,700 specialists, and 100 hospitals. Find the doctor that’s right for you with our provider search tool.
CHCs offer services tailored to you
Because they are dedicated to serving the communities where they operate, CHCs can provide tailored services you won’t find at just any clinic. Here are services some of our CHCs offer:
As a CHPW member, you get access to a large network of pharmacies. Many types of prescriptions are covered.Learn more about prescription drug coverage
CHPW members receive dental coverage for kids and adults.Learn more about dental coverage
As a mom, you’re the center of your family. Learn how CHPW can help you meet health goals, get the resources you need to care for yourself and your family, and more.See CHPW benefits for moms
Find a CHC near you
Follow these steps to find a CHC near you:
- Go to our provider search tool
- Enter your zip code, city, or county
- In the Provider Type dropdown list, choose Facility
- Click the blue Search button
- You’ll be directed to a map of CHCs that are near you. Below the map is a list of CHCs near you with addresses, contact information and providers/specialists.
Learn more about the unique services and specialty areas at each of our CHCs:
*Click clinic names to see more detailsColumbia Valley Community Health Service (CVCH)
CVCH provides quality medical, dental, and behavioral health care to families and individuals of all ages, regardless of ability to pay. It operates 12 locations across Wenatchee and Chelan, Washington.
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Chelan and Douglas Counties
CHAS Health provides behavioral health, dental, hormone therapy for transgender and gender non-conforming people, nutrition, pediatrics, primary care, pharmacy, women’s health services, and urgent care services. It operates 18 locations across Cheney, Spokane, Clarkston, Deer Park and Spokane Valley in Washington, as well as Moscow and Lewiston in Idaho.
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Community Health Care offers family medicine, pediatric care, care for teens, women’s health and maternity, behavioral health, care for seniors, nutrition, pharmacy, dental and interpretation services. It operates five clinics across Tacoma, Lakewood and Spanaway, Washington, plus a School Based Health Center at Bethel Middle School.
CHCW provides behavioral health, senior care, family planning, dental, and pharmacy services to more than 30,000 patients in Central Washington. It operates seven locations across Yakima, Ellensburg, Tieton and Naches, Washington.
Cowlitz Family Health Center provides family planning, medical, behavioral health, dental and nutrition services, as well as an intravenous drug user (IVDU) harm reduction program, substance abuse disorder treatment and social resource referral. It operates 14 locations across Longview, Castle Rock, Kelso, Ocean Park, Castle Rock, Cathlamet and Woodland, Washington.
Family Health Centers is a comprehensive health care system offering naturopathic medicine, behavioral health, psychiatry services, medical care, children’s health, obstetrics and women’s care, substance abuse programs, pharmacy, dental/orthodontics care, immunization, and chronic care services. It operates ten locations across Brewster, Bridgeport, Omak, Okanogan, Oroville, Tonasket and Twisp, Washington.
HealthPoint provides primary medical care, dental, pharmacy, urgent care, behavioral health, nutrition, prenatal obstetrics, acupuncture and substance abuse disorder treatment services. It operates 17 locations across Auburn, Bothell, Seattle, Federal Way, Kent, Des Moines, Redmond, Renton, SeaTac and Tukwila, Washington.
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ICHS offers affordable health care services to Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities, as well as other underserved communities, in Seattle, Bellevue and Shoreline, Washington. ICHS provides primary care, dental, vison, behavioral health, health support, and preventive education services to over 28,300 individuals across its seven locations.
MLCHC offers medical, dental, pharmacy, nutrition, maternity support services, midwifery and obstetrics, behavioral health services for the entire family, with a special focus on underserved and migrant farmworkers in their communities. It operates three clinics across Moses Lake, Quincy and Ephrata, Washington.
Neighborcare is the largest provider of primary medical, dental and behavioral care services for serving low-income and uninsured patients, seniors on fixed incomes, immigrants and the homeless in the Seattle area. It operates more than 30 nonprofit medical, dental and school-based clinics across Seattle and Olympia, Washington, and its diverse care teams speak over 55 languages and dialects.
NEW Health provides medical, urgent care, dental, pharmacy and behavioral health services.
It operates seven Community Medical Clinics and three Community Dental Clinics in Stevens, Ferry and Pend Oreille counties.
PCHS provides primary medical care, preventive and restorative dental care, behavioral health counseling, substance abuse disorder treatment, pharmacy services, referrals to specialty providers, insurance enrollment assistance, health education, mobile clinical services and community outreach activities. It operates 16 locations across Bremerton, Belfair, Shelton, Kingston, Port Orchard, Poulsbo and Silverdale, Washington.
Sea Mar Community Health Centers provides medical, pharmacy, dental, behavioral health, preventive health, long-term care, affordable housing services, and educational and cultural services to diverse communities in Washington. It operates 90 clinics across Western Washington.
TCCH provides senior care, school-based health centers, women’s health, pharmacy, family medicine, internal medicine, behavioral health, dental, vison, endocrinology and urgent care. It operates eight locations across Kennewick, Pasco and Richland, Washington.
Unity Care NW has been providing high-quality medical, dental, pharmacy and behavioral health services for over 30 years. It operates seven locations across Bellingham and Ferndale, Washington.
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Valley View Health Center provides integrated medical, dental, behavioral health, and pharmacy services to families and individuals of all ages, regardless of the ability to pay. It currently has 13 locations, serving patients across Chehalis, Centralia, Morton, Olympia, Onalaska, Pe Ell, Raymond, Tenino, Toledo and Winlock, Washington.
Yakima Neighborhood Health Services provides behavioral health, dental, internal medicine, pediatrics, pharmacy, primary care, vision and women’s health services. It operates six locations across Yakima, Sunnyside and Granger, Washington, plus a Lower Valley Mobile Medical Unit. It was the first Health Center in the state to achieve the highest level of recognition possible as a Patient-Centered Medical Home and its clinics are accredited by the Joint Commission.
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic provides employment training, education, emergency services, behavioral health, nutrition, medical, dental, vison and pharmacy services to migrant and seasonal farm workers. It operates 26 locations in Washington across Grandview, Granger, Kennewick, Pasco, Prosser, Pullman, Spokane, Sunnyside, Toppenish, Walla Walla, Wapato and Yakima, Washington. It has an additional 12 locations in Oregon, as well as mobile units that serve local communities.