Island Hospital offers free clinical breast exams
Clinical breast exams will be offered at a free screening on Tues., Oct. 29 from 8 a.m. to noon in the Merle Cancer Care Center at Island Hospital, Medical Arts Pavilion 1015 25th St., Anacortes.
This screening is provided by Sharon Brown, AGPCNP-BC of Fidalgo Medical Associates. Appointments are required, 360-299-4204
I attached a PDF that lists the Anacortes resources for food, shelter and other basic needs.
Many thanks to Nancy Yount at Anacortes Christian Church!
Anacortes Resources as of Sep 2019
A note from Kirk Kennedy & Sylvia Cooper:
Exciting news for people with disabilities in Anacortes, their family & friends and those serving this community.
Please consider attending this information meeting of Anacortes’ newly forming ACAC committee, whose mission is, “To improve the quality of life for residents and visitors with disabilities by eliminating or modifying barriers burdening them.” To be effective, our ACAC needs input from people with a wide range of disabilities and those who support people with disabilities (spouses, caregivers, professionals, etc.). Click here to visit ACAC webpage on City’s site.
Continue reading “Anacortes Advisory Committee on Accessibility Issues”
The Anacortes Family Center desperately needs two sofa beds. They will make arrangements, if necessary, to pick them up from your home.
Contact Karen Yost, Program Coordinator at (360) 293-2993; 112 or Karen@AnacortesFamily.org
Notes from the presentation by Officer Karl Wolfswinkel:
Points to ponder:
Aggressive Panhandling is illegal
Being a public nuisance is illegal (offensive materials, trash, etc.)
Panhandling within city limits is not illegal
Who has the right to move someone along?
Business representatives (e.g. Office Manager of the church; owner of a small business; Manager at the grocery store) can call police and request that an individual(s) be trespassed or removed Continue reading “Health Council Meeting (19 Jul 17) – The Panhandling Issue”
Skagit Transit offers reduced fares for those with special needs. Reduced fares are available for :
- People with a disability
- People aged 65 and older
- People with a Medicare card
A Reduced Fare Card or Medicare Card should be presented to the driver when boarding. A Reduced Fare Card can be acquired at:
- Skagit Station, 105 East Kincaid, Mount Vernon
- Skagit Transit HQ, 600 County Shop Lane, Burlington
Also available from Customer Service is a Regional Reduced Fare Permit. These sell for $3.00 and a valid on any Puget Sound transit system as well as WA State Ferries. Please bring proof of your eligibility.
Skagit Transit distributes free day passes to Human Services agencies through our Ride Pass Grant Program. Each agency sets their own policy and procedure for distribution to clients with financial need.
Information on the Ride Grant Pass and the other programs mentioned above are at skagittransit.org