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Community Health Center of Snohomish County (CHC) provides affordable health services including medical, dental, behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, and pharmacy services. We welcome patients who are on Washington Apple Health, Medicaid, Qualified Health Plans (QHPs), Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Tricare, select private insurances and those who are uninsured. For those without insurance, CHC will help patients sign up for Washington Apple Health; if ineligible, we offer a sliding fee discount based on household income and family size.


At CHC we believe in practicing patient-centered care, where our team of health care professionals work WITH you to build a relationship based on your health care needs. Click here to learn more. 


Learn more about CHC's vision, values and the people who work at CHC.

Walk-In Wait Times

Everett-Central Walk-In

Medical: Closed


Lynnwood Clinic

Medical: Closed


Temporary Change for Dental Clinics:
If you have a true dental emergency, please call (425) 789-3789 for assistance.
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Do you or someone you love need help with an addiction?

Addiction is a serious matter. If the addiction is not identified and properly treated, it can take over your life or even take your life.
We have providers certified to prescribe Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) and Vivitrol (naltrexone injection).

Get help today by calling to make an appointment with your PCP at 425-789-3789.


Are you a CHC patient who needs medical advice after your clinic is closed?

Call your regular CHC clinic and our answering service will connect you with an on-call provider.
You can also call our FREE Nurse Advice Line 7 days a week, when your clinic is closed, at 425-640-5544.

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