Maternal Child Health

We offer many services that focus on improving the health of families and children to ensure the best possible environment during the critical time of early childhood.

Children with Special Health Care Needs nurses provide health information and guidance to parents, helping to coordinate health services for children under the age of 18 years.  We service children who have serious physical, behavioral and or emotional conditions that require health and related services beyond what is normally required.

Oral Health program offers screening, fluoride varnish and referrals for dental services.   Our ABCD program services children up to the age of 6 with Medicaid coverage.

First Steps is Washington’s medical assistance program for pregnant women, which includes Maternity Support Services (MSS) and infant case management (ICM).  The program goal is to promote a healthy pregnancy and delivery of a healthy baby as well as support positive parenting for baby’s first year of life. For more information regarding eligibility go to: Or call the Health Department at 427-3850.

Apple Health for Kids is a new Washington State initiative aimed at streamlining applications for children’s medical insurance.  Up to 75,000 Washington children are still uninsured.  Many of these families are eligible – but they just don’t know it.  Don’t make that mistake.  Health coverage doesn’t work just when your children are sick, it also includes preventive care like immunizations and physical exams. Applications are available at the Health Department as well as at:

Contact Us


Rock Creek Hegewald Center
710 SW Rock Creek Dr Stevenson, WA  98648


7:30am - 5:30pm Monday  to Thursday
(509) 427-3850
(509) 427-0188
Mental Health and Public Health
24 Hour Crisis Line
(509) 427-3850


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