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​FAQs for Ukrainians seeking refuge in Washington State from DSHS.

​The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has extended the time beneficiaries paroled into the United States under Uniting for Ukraine have to attest to their compliance with the medical screening for tuberculosis and additional vaccinations, if required. Effective immediately, beneficiaries paroled into the United States under Uniting for Ukraine must complete their medical attestation within 90 days of arrival in the United States. Learn more about Uniting for Ukraine here.

Health Resources for Refugees

​A refugee is a person who is unable to return to their home country because of persecution, or a well-founded fear of persecution due to race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. Island County supports health and wellness in refugee and immigrant communities by cultivating a community of trusted support, providing essential programs, and making connections with available services and supports.

Island County Services

Community Organizations

State Resources

Health Insurance

Ukrainian Culture and Community Organizations

Health Clinics

Ukrainian Health Resources

Afghan Health Resources


To refer for Public Health services, please complete our Referral Form.

​Quick Links
Medicaid (Apple Health) Enrollment
Email Heidi Beck 
Washington Department of Health Refugee Resettlement - Links to agencies and health screening clinics in Washington State.
Opportunity Council
Housing and employment assistance.
Human Services
Housing, early childhood, and behavioral health assistance.