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Your Roadmap to Medicare: Navigating the Twists and Turns of Healthcare

October 26, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

Before the days of Siri, GPS, or even printing directions online, physical maps were the way countless travelers braved the open highway. Many folks over 60 are reminiscent of the days of pulling the folded state highway map from the glovebox and finding their way without a robot… Read story

Health Insurance Choices Made Easier with Washington Healthplanfinder

October 22, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

Beginning on Nov. 1 and lasting through Dec. 15, open enrollment is the period of time each year in which individuals can freely sign up for or switch to a new health insurance plan — something that at any other time of the year is typically subject to restrictions. Read story

Take It from the Locals: How Choosing a Local Broker Saves You Time, Stress and Money

October 12, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

Be it food, art, or even music, sometimes your local experts just do things better. With all the diverse talents and skill sets in Southwest Washington, one usually doesn’t have to look far to find quality professionals who know how to treat their clients like more than just… Read story

Sticker Shock and How the Right Insurance Broker Can Help You Avoid It

October 5, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

It’s a sinking feeling most of us have felt before. A few weeks after some lab tests at the doctor, you get a bill in the mail that’s MUCH higher than you were anticipating. If you’ve experienced sticker shock with your medical bills, you’re not alone. These big surprise… Read story

Are you getting the most out of your Medicare plan?

September 21, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

If the year 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that change is one of the few constants we can count on. Your health insurance is something you should always be able to rely on, but a little-known fact that catches a lot of folks off guard is that… Read story

By donating to support YWCA Clark County, you are helping young people
like Sara make the transition from foster care to adulthood successfully.

YWCA Program for Foster Youth Guides Them to Adulthood

By donating to support YWCA Clark County, you are helping young people
like Sara make the transition from foster care to adulthood successfully.

September 14, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

Some children in Clark County who are removed from their homes by the courts quickly understand the meaning of falling through the cracks. Fortunately for many of them, YWCA Clark County offers a program Independent Living Skills designed to fill in those cracks. Take Sara. Due to neglect, she was… Read story

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Open the Curtains, Let in the Light

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August 12, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

Do you close your blinds all summer to beat the heat? Do you live behind closed curtains all winter to keep out the cold? If it’s been more than 20 years since you had your windows replaced, then you may be like many people who spend more time looking at… Read story

No Coronavirus Disruption in YWCA’s ‘Essential Services’

May 11, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

For many families, the coronavirus stay-at-home order has had an unexpected benefit: Parents and children bonded in ways they never had before. They learned to co-exist in new ways. They grew closer. But not all families sheltering together had that experience. In homes marked by domestic violence and sexual assault,… Read story

How Your Role with CASA can Change a Child’s Life

April 27, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

How do you know if you’re the right fit for a tough assignment? One sure sign: You keep on doing it. That’s what happened with Jean Carr-Andrews. She has been standing up for Clark County children and families as a volunteer with Court Appointed Special Advocates–CASA–for more than a decade. Read story

CASA: Advocating for our most vulnerable children

March 22, 2020, 6:00am Sponsored Content

Sponsored by YWCA Clark County and Clark County CASA Imagine that you are a six-year-old child. The state has taken you away from your family because it was deemed an unsafe environment. You may be living with relatives now, or in foster care. Amidst this upheaval, you find yourself in… Read story