Established in South King County in 1965 and now in North Seattle, Valley Cities delivers compassionate care to help people find their strength and resiliency, as they overcome obstacles and move toward recovery. Valley Cities provides licensed mental health counseling and substance use disorder treatment for all ages; homeless outreach services and housing programs; and specialized veterans services that deliver counseling and family support services to veterans and their families.
The mission of Public Health Department of Seattle & King County is to identify and promote the conditions under which all people can live within healthy communities and can achieve optimum health. Public Health protects the public from threats to their health, promotes better health, and helps to assure that people are provided with accessible, quality health care.
Serving the community for 50 years, Neighborcare Health is the largest provider of primary medical, dental and behavioral health care services in the Seattle area serving low-income and uninsured families and individuals, seniors on fixed incomes, immigrants, and the homeless. Each year we care for about 75,000 patients at our nearly 30 non-profit medical, dental and school-based clinics. We ask everyone to pay what they can, but no one is turned away due to inability to pay. Neighborcare is committed to 100% access and 0% health disparities.