Washington Health Benefit Exchange Selects Organizations for In-Person Customer Support Program
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept. 29, 2015
OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Washington Health Benefit Exchange today announced the selection of nine organizations to provide in-person assistance to Washington residents as part of the Washington Healthplanfinder customer support network.
The organizations, which include public health agencies, regional health networks and other community organizations, were chosen to help residents enroll in health insurance for the next open enrollment period, which runs from Nov. 1 through Jan. 31, 2016. These organizations and service areas include:
- Kitsap Public Health District in Bremerton: Serving Kitsap and North Mason Counties
- Korean Women’s Association in Tacoma: Serving in King, Pierce, Thurston, and Snohomish Counties as a Statewide Navigator Organization
- Public Health – Seattle & King County in Seattle: Serving King County
- Sea Mar Community Health Centers in Seattle: Serving Clark, Klickitat, and Skamania Counties as a Lead Organization and in Grays Harbor, Island, King, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Thurston, and Whatcom Counties as a Statewide Navigator Organization
- Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department in Tacoma: Serving Pierce County...
This short film traces the history of KWA from its beginnings as a social group for Korean-American army wives to a social services organization that spans ten counties and provides help to all under-served communities.
KWA has opened up four positions on its Board of Trustees. If you'd like to be involved with one of the largest multicultural nonprofits in the area, apply now.
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KWA is Now Hiring Caregivers
Are you or someone you know looking for a job? KWA is hiring in-home caregivers all over western Washington. CNAs and RNs can be in the field working the day after they submit their applications. Selected applicants with less prior training are compensated for their training, and full and part-time careers are available. KWA is an equal opportunity employer.
For more information about employment in your area, contact your nearest KWA branch:
For employment in Kitsap County, contact the Port Orchard branch at (360) 874-7132
For employment in Thurston County, contact the Lacey branch at (360) 455-4524
For employment in south King County, contact the Federal Way branch at (253) 946-1995
For employment in Lewis County, contact the Centralia branch at (360) 736-4310
For employment in Mason County, contact the Shelton branch at (360) 426-9700
For employment in Snohomish and north King Counties, contact the Lynnwood branch at (425) 742-6396
For employment in Clallam County, contact the Port Angeles branch at (360) 452-2129
or the Sequim branch at (360) 582-1647
For employment in Jefferson County, contact the Port Townsend branch at (360) 344-3497
For employment in Grays Harbor County, contact the Aberdeen branch at (360) 637-8740
For employment in Pierce County, contact the Tacoma branch at (253) 535-4202