Find social services and benefits ranging from food to transportation, or domestic violence to long-term care, available through the State of Washington--even apply online.
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Watch or listen to this collection of computerized voice narrated videos of the written driver's license test. Great for people who learn better visually or aurally.
Learn about how Washington Healthplanfinder makes insurance coverage available to your business, including options, a coverage checklist, and personal support for your business.
Washington Health Plan Finder is THE source for health plans and the place for Washington residents to apply for coverage through the Health Benefit Exchange or Medicaid/Apple Health. Get information and apply online or via toll-free customer support. Call 1-855-WAFINDER (1-855-923-4633) or TTY/TTD 1-855-627-9604, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in multiple languages.
You will need the following to apply:
- Social Security number (or document numbers for legal immigrants) for each household member applying for coverage
- Date of birth for all applying household members
- Your household's estimated income
If you are unable to make a decision or feel you have special circumstances that require guidance, you may need to contact an independent broker or agent. Find a broker with Washington Health Plan Finder Broker Search. In-Person Assisters and library staff are unable to advise you on choosing a plan.
Find a Navigator who, at no additional cost, can help you find, compare and select a health plan. Search by zip, language, and type of help requested.
Access legal education materials and tools that give you basic information on a number of legal problems, and in some cases, detailed instructions and forms to help you represent yourself in court. Look at the Youth Law & Education section for guidance on emancipation of minors or sealing the records of juvenile offenders. (Also available in Spanish and other languages.)
Print out state tax forms from 1996 to the current year or follow a link to Unclaimed Property search.
Look up historical newspaper articles or county and state records such as marriage, frontier justice, birth, and death records. You can even find historical photographs.
Read information about who is eligible, how to pay for coverage, and all the plans available through Medicare.
Earn or finish your degree while you maintain your residence, job, friendships and family connections.
Find information and resources to help you garden in Clark County.
Eligible organizations get referrals to volunteer attorneys for help with matters ranging from maintenance of tax-exempt status to complex business contracts and transactions.
Find your strengths, match them with occupations, and explore career choices. Get details on 500+ occupations, including the military. Locate training programs. Store your job information in your online portfolio. Just starting to plan your career path? Take the Reality Check quiz to see what it takes to be independent and achieve your goals.
Find out if you're eligible for this assistance program from the USDA. Locate a local office and access health assessments, counseling, and supplemental food for pregnant and breastfeeding women, infants and children up to five years of age. (Available en Español.)
Find multimedia on a variety of subjects, science fair projects, biographies, correlations to curriculum standards, 21st century research guides, and much more for high school students.
Explore the native cultures of indigenous peoples around the world. Learn about daily life, where they lived, what they ate, how they survived, and even their religions.
Read, play, watch, and do! Activities for pre-readers and beginning readers.
An encyclopedia for children. Find articles on popular and school themes, dictionary definitions, images, and maps.