Local Outreach & Enrollment Efforts Targeting Homeless Individuals. Yakima Neighborhood Health Services Rhonda Hauff, Chief Operating Officer. The Affordable Care Act Requires Most People to Have Insurance by January 2014.
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Yakima Neighborhood Health Services
Rhonda Hauff, Chief Operating Officer
You are insured for through a combination of any of the following sources:
For additional benefits (TANF, SNAP, etc, customers will apply here in
Washington Connections - a “virtual handoff”
from the HPF
Health Care for the Homeless
Basic Needs Assistance
Medicaid Outreach Planning for People Living Homeless in King County
John GilvarJuly 29, 2013
Public Health- Seattle and King County
Adults in King County HMIS below 135% federal poverty level, FY 2011