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Your guide to community services, emergency contacts and a directory of health professionals on the Plateau

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Books For Babies

Care Van

Mental Health Task Force

Community Violence Prevention Task Force

Mobile Dental Van

Neighbors Feeding Neighbors

Each day, RFWF helps someone in our community. County funds went away, local resources were reduced, RFWF stepped in and today we are successfully changing lives. Whether it is getting a senior to an appointment, delivering a hot meal, helping a family cope with a loved one’s mental illness, or feeding a child over the weekend – bottom line, we are filling the gaps.

1675 Cole Street, Enumclaw WA 98022

360-802-3206

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Text RAINIER to 41444 to make a one-time or on-going monthly donation. RFWF is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit. All donations are tax deductible by law.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS HOTLINES AND IMPORTANT IMPORTANT NUMBERS NUMBERS ................................3 ..............................3 HOTLINES AND ABUSE AND ASSAULT ................................................. ABUSE AND ASSAULT .................................................33&&44 ADOPTION AND FOSTER CARE ...........................................4 ADOPTION,FOSTER CARE,FAMILY .......................................4&5 AIDS AIDS AND AND STDS STDS ................................................................. .................................................................45 ALCOHOL ALCOHOL AND AND DRUG DRUG ABUSE ABUSE ............................................ ............................................55 CHILDCARE AND PRESCHOOLS CHILDCARE AND PRESCHOOLS..........................................5 ..........................................5 CHILDREN CHILDREN AND AND YOUTH YOUTH .............................................. ..............................................55&&66 CLUBS CLUBS AND AND ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS .................................... ....................................66&&77 DENTAL RESOURCES ...........................................................7 DENTAL RESOURCES ............................................................7 DISABILITIES ASSISTANCE .....................................................7 ...................................................7 DISABILITIES ASSISTANCE EDUCATION ....................................................................... EDUCATION .......................................................................77 EMERGENCY EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE ASSISTANCE ........................................... ........................................... 77&&88 EMPLOYMENT TRAINING ....................................................8 EMPLOYMENT TRAINING .............................................8 & 9 ENERGY 8&9 ENERGY SERVICES SERVICES ....................................................... ...............................................................9 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ..................................................... FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ..................................................... 99 FITNESS FITNESS CENTERS CENTERS ............................................................... ............................................................... 99 FOOD BANKS AND CLOTHING BANKS BANKS.....................9, ...............................9 FOOD BANKS AND CLOTHING 10 & 11 HEALTH CARE ASSISTANCE ................................................10 HEALTH CARE ASSISTANCE ................................................11 PERSCRIPTION 11 PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE ASSISTANCE .............................................. ................................................11 HOUSING ..........................................................................& 11 HOUSING .....................................................................11 12 HOMELESS HOMELESS & & DOMESTIC DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VIOLENCE...................................11 ..................................12 MENTAL MENTAL HEALTH HEALTH RESOURCES RESOURCES .................................... .................................... 11 12 && 12 13 PARENTING ........................................................................12 PARENTING ........................................................................13 PREGNANCY PREGNANCY ............................................................. ............................................................. 12 13 && 13 14 SENIOR SERVICES ..................................................... 13 & 14 SENIOR SERVICES ................................................................15 SENIOR 13 & 14 SENIOR CENTERS CENTERS ...................................................... ...............................................................15 ASSISTED LIVING ...............................................................14 ASSISTED LIVING ...............................................................15 LONG-TERM 14 LONG-TERM CARE CARE............................................................ ............................................................15 SENIOR APARTMENT ..........................................................14 SENIOR TRANSPORTATION .................................................15 SENIOR TRANSPORTATION ................................................ SUPPORT GROUPS .....................................................15 & 14 16 SUPPORT GROUPS .................................................... 14 & 15 TRANSPORTATION ..............................................................16 TRANSPORTATION ..............................................................15 PROFESSIONAL PROFILES ............................................ 16-20 PROFESSIONAL PROFILES ............................................ 17-22

HOTLINES AND IMPORTANT NUMBERS Adult Protective Services 206-341-7660 www.dshs.wa.gov To inquire about or report suspected abuse of adults and seniors. AIDS Hotline 877-376-9316 Mon - Fri, 11AM-4PM English, Spanish, Other Al-Anon and Alateen 24-hour HELPLINE 206-625-0000 www.seattle-al-anon.org Provides support group meetings for youth affected by alcohol addiction. www.ADHL.org Alzheimer’s Association 206-363-5500 24-hour HELP LINE www.alzwa.org Offers information, referral, and support for people with Alzheimer’s and their families.

3 Children’s Protective Services 800-422-7880 24-hour report line www.dshs.wa.gov To report suspected incidents of Child Abuse. Communicable Diseases www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/communicable. aspx 24-hour recorded information 206-296-4949 Information on head-lice, tic-borne illnesses, hepatitis, etc Crisis Clinic 800-244-5767 24-hour CRISIS LINE and intervention 206-461-3222 Information and referrals for suicide and mental health. Crisis Clinic TEEN LINK Line 206-461-4922 www.866teenlink.org 6AM-10PM, 7 days/wk. Answered by teens. Enumclaw Police Department Emergency: 911 24-Hour Non-Emergency 360-825-3505 King County 211 211 (Land Lines Only) 877-211-9274 General information and referrals for most human service needs. Bonney Lake Police Department Emergency: Non-Emergency: Dispatch: After-hours, non-emergency

911 (253) 863-2218 1 (844) 821-8911

Sumner City Police Department Emergencies: Non-Emergency: Business:

911 253-299-5680 253-863-6384

Pierce County Sheriff,Tacoma, WA 98402 Emergencies: 911 Non-emergency: (253) 798-7530: King County Sheriff, Seattle, WA Emergencies: TTY Relay: Non-emergency:

911 dial 7-1-1 (206) 336-3311

Poison Information Line 24-hour confidential HOTLINE

800-222-1222

ABUSE AND ASSAULT Domestic Abuse Women’s Network www.dawnonline.org

425-656-7867

Domestic Violence Statewide Hotline Provides shelter information

800-562-6025 www.wscadv.org

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Abuse & Assult cont. Home Care at the Highest Home Care at the Highest Standard Home Care at Standard the Highest Standard

Helping you stay independent. We provide support with daily activities & personal needs in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

All of our caregivers are: • Screened, bonded & insured • Undergo a complete review of references & credentials • Specifically selected to meet your personal home care needs

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St., Suite 1 823 West Main St., Suite 1 823 West Main 823 West Main St., Suite 1 Sumner, WA 98390 Sumner, WA 98390 Sumner, WA 98390 (253) 863-1834 (253) 863-1834 (253) 863-1834

since 1978

A tradition of quality and dependability since 1978 A tradition of quality and dependability since 1978

RAINN Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

800-656-HOPE www.rainn.org

Adult Protective Services 866-221-4909 Child Help - National Child www.childhelpusa.org Abuse Hotline 24-hour HOTLINE 800-422-4453 Children’s Response Center Sexual Assault 425-688-5130 Provides services and support for children and youth under the age of 18. Domestic Awareness Women’s Network 425-656-7867 24-hour CRISIS LINE. Accepts collect calls. 24-hours HOTLINE 800-827-8840 Domestic violence crisis line

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A tradition of quality and dependability since 1978 We are eager to assist you and your family by offering a complimentary care assessment.

A tradition of quality and dependability since 1978

823 W. Main Street., Suite 1 • Sumner, WA 98390 • (253) 863-1834

Molen Orthodontics has been creating beautiful

Enumclaw Police Department 911 or 360-825-3505 King Co. Sexual Assault Research Center 888-99-VOICE 24 Hour Crisis Line 866-4-CRISIS National Domestic Violence Crisis Line 800-799-SAFE ADOPTION , FOSTER CARE, FAMILY PLANNING Adoption and Foster Care Support Program 800-562-5682

Since 1972!

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Drs. Aaron, Bruce and Rick Molen and their talented Molen Orthodontics team work hard to create beautiful smiles for children, teenagers and adults. We feature a comfortable and caring environment with three talented orthodontists highly skilled in today’s most advanced orthodontic techniques, including Invisalign and Damon braces.

• Lifetime Retainer Guarantee - Free Replacements Forever! • Flexible monthly no-interest payment options available • Most insurances accepted

3 locations to serve you:

Auburn • Sumner (Bonney Lake) • Enumclaw Voted one of the Top Orthodontists in Seattle 2009-2017

(253) 939-2552 www.MolenSmiles.com

Adoption Ministry of Youth with a Mission 253-770-2283 info@adoptionministry.net 888-968-2367 Amara Parenting and Adoption Service 206-260-1700 amaraparenting.org 800-239-9238 Provides a full range of adoption services. Children’s Home Society of Washington 206-695-3200 www.childrenshomesociety.org 800-456-3339 King County Superior Court / Family Court Services 206-477-1500 www.kingcounty.gov


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Open Adoption and Family Service 206-782-0442 www.openadopt.org 800-772-1115 Adoption services include free pre- and post- placement counseling. Planned Parenthood of Western WA www.plannedparenthood.com

877-376-9316

Cedar River Clinic www.fwhc.org/renton STD and HIV testing and/or treatment.

425-255-0471 800-572-4223

Enumclaw Youth & Family Services 360-825-4586 www.ci.enumclaw.us/eyfrc Information for teens on AIDS and AIDS prevention. Mon-Fri, 9AM-5PM

healthservices Lifelong AIDS Alliance

CHILDCARE AND PRESCHOOLS ACAP Child and Family Services Childcare center, special needs childcare. www.acapchildservices.org

AIDS/HIV Client Services Hotline hivstd.info@metrokc.gov

King County Health Department Family Planning S.T.D. Clinic

360-802-0446

800-230-7526

AIDS AND STDs

HIV/STD Information and Referral Line kingcounty.gov/healthservices

Rainier Counseling Service Substance abuse counseling. www.rainiercounseling.com

206-296-4649

206-477-0600 kingcounty.gov/

Auburn Black Diamond Community Center Before and after school child care.

253-939-0870 360-886-1011 360-802-7587

Child Care Resources Referral Line

877-512-3948

Enumclaw School District ECEAP - Early Childhood Education Preschool for low-income families that qualify

360-802-7125

Special Education Preschool 360-802-7104 Preschool for children with special needs.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH

4 H Clubs of King County 206-328-8979 www.llaa.org

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE

206-205-3152

Teen Gym in Black Diamond 360-886-1011 Mon. & Wed. 6-8 PM (Gym by the Cenex Station) Boy Scouts of America Tacoma Council Office 253-752-7731 Information on local units 253-682-2205

Al-Anon / Alateen 206-625-0000 www.seattle-al-anon.org Provides support group meetings for youth affected by alcohol addictions.

City of Enumclaw Parks, Recreation and Community Services www.ci.enumclaw.wa.us/parks.htm

Alcohol & Drug 24-hour Help Line www.adhl.org

Camp Fire USA of South King County 253-597-6234 Group youth activities for school age children.

206-722-3700

360-825-3594

Alcoholics Anonymous - AA 24-hour HOTLINE 206-587-2838 Support and recovery group for individuals.

Enumclaw Aquatic Center 360-825-1188 www.ci.enumclaw.wa.us/aquatic_center.htm Classes and public swim Mon-Fri, 6AM-9PM; Sat, 9AM-9PM

Enumclaw Community Center Seniors Program www.seniorcenter@ci.enumclaw 360-825-4741 Information and referral for seniors regarding drug/alcohol issues.

Enumclaw Youth & Family Services (EYFS) 360-825-4586 www.ci.enumclaw.wa.us/eyfre.htm

Enumclaw Youth & Family Services (EYFS) 360-825-4586 www.ayr4kids.org Educational services on drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse.

Girl Scouts (of South King County) 253-475-0307 www.girlscoutsww.org Group youth activities for school-age children. Listings continued, next page


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WIC - Women, Infants and Children 360-825-3146 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Titleist Performance Institute Certified Orthopedic Physical Therapy John Erickson PT, MS, Cert. MDT Spine Physical Therapy Pete Erickson PT, OCS., Cert. MDT Post Surgical Rehab Tracy Erickson MS, PT Sports Training Pediatric Physical Therapy Ryan Willis DPT Shoulder Rehab Total Joint Replacement Rehab 2014 Neck Pain Back Pain Core Strengthening Plantar Fasciitis Voted Best Physical Headaches Therapy on the Plateau! Tennis Elbow ACL Reconstruction Rehab Perform Better at… Performance PT On the Job Injuries Enumclaw Office Bonney Lake Office Balance Retraining (360) 802-6757 (253) 826-8520 Gym Programs 2726 Griffin Ave #C 21525 SR 410 E #B Fall Prevention Enumclaw, WA 98022 Bonney Lake, WA 98391 Concussion Management

www.younglife.org Whether kids are seeking answers or just acceptance, Young Life is there for them, armed with a desire for fun and the ultimate message of hope.

CLUBS AND

ORGANIZATIONS GENERAL CLUBS Arts Alive

360-802-6787

Cascade Foothills Chorale 360-802-3309 Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center 360-825-7666 Eagles F.O.E. /Black Diamond 360-886-1409

Heritage House at Mountain View Point www.acaringplace.net

Assisted Living Communities

Assisted Living

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We focus on individualized care provided in a loving, comfortable environment. So, when living at home is no longer an option, come home to the Heritage House.

Memory Care

360- 829-5292

360-829-1151

Enumclaw Food Bank/Helping Hands 360-825-6188 Enumclaw Friends of the Library 360-825-2938 Enumclaw Plateau Historical Society 360-825-3356 Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation 360-802-3206 EnumclawToys for Tots & Teens 360-825-7498

• Licensed Nurses • Dementia- Trained Caregivers • 3 Nutritious Meals Served Daily • Snacks Available 24 Hours • Circular Hallways • Unique Indoor and Outdoor Activity Stations

28833 Hwy 410 E, Buckley

Eagles F.O.E. /Buckley

Gateway Concert Band 360-825-5369 Kiwanis of Enumclaw

360-825-6188

Lions Club /American Heritage 360-825-5575 Pictured: Peggy Jensen LPN, Administrator for Heritage House

Masonic Lodge #109 360-825-4451


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Clubs & Organizations, cont. Moose Lodge, Loyal order of

360-825-4873

Mothers of Preschoolers at Sacred Heart 360-825-2333 Mothers of Preschooler at Wabash PEO Sisterhood Chapter JB

253-939-1330 360-426-5663

VFW Post #1949

360-825-4722

YOUTH CLUBS 4-H information Big Brothers/Big Sisters Camp Fire Boys & Girls information Chinook Little League Cub & Boy Scouts Enumclaw Youth Center Future Farmers of America Girl Scouts Totem Council information Wolverine Youth Football & Cheer Young Life, Rainier Hills

360-825-0343 206-763-9060 253-597-6234 360-825-8068 360-615-1185 360-825-4586 360-802-7802 360-802-2208 360-802-6411 360-825-6425

425-899-3000

King County Kids Children’s Oral Health Program 866-839-9466 www.kckidsdental.org Provides dental care coverage, at no cost, to children who qualify. Lindquist Dental Clinic 253-539-7445 at Rainier School Dental Clinic. General dentistry services to children through age 18, regardless of the famili’s ability to pay. Sea-Mar Community Health Center Puyallup Primary health and dental care clinic for low income persons.

Lifetime Advocacy Plus 206-367-8055 24-hour answering service for emergencies seeks to enhance lives. PAVE (Partnership for Action) 253-565-2266 www.wapave.org A parent directed, non-profit organization. Washington Talking Book and Braille Library

DENTAL RESOURCES Evergreen Healthcare Evergreen Hospital Medical Center 12040 NE 128TH St MS #46,

Disability Resource Network 425-558-0993 Assists people with disabilities in their pursuit of employment, financial benefits and recreation

253-864-4760

800-542-0866

EDUCATION Black Diamond Library (King County Library System) www.kcls.org Buckley Library (Pierce County Library System) www.piercecountylibrary.org

360-886-1105 360-829-0300

Enumclaw Public Library (King County Library System) www.enumclaw.lib.wa.us email: library@ci.enumclaw.wa.us

360-825-2045

Green River Community College www.greenriver.edu Enumclaw Branch

253-288-3400

Enumclaw School District Mon-Fri, 9AM-5PM www.enumclaw.wednet.edu

360-802-7100

White River School District Mon-Fri, 9AM-5PM www.whiteriver.wednet.edu

360-829-0600

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE Black Diamond Fire Department

Seattle Donated Dental Services 206-441-8777 2201 6TH Ave Suite 1210, Seattle Offers comprehensive one-time dental care for eligible person.

DISABILITIES ASSISTANCE

Black Diamond Police Department Buckley Fire Department Buckley Police Department

911 or 360-886-1229 911 or 253-631-1012 911 or 360-829-1441 911 or 360-829-3157

www.disabilityresources.org/WASHINGTON

Enumclaw Fire Department

911 or 360-825-5544

City of Enumclaw Parks, Recreation and Community Services

Enumclaw Police Department

911 or 360-825-3505

Community Services for the Blind and Partially Sighted

360-825-3594 800-458-4888

Plateau Outreach Ministries 1806 Cole St., Enumclaw.

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Emergency Assistance cont. Emergency assistance and resource referrals. St. Elizabeth Hospital www.fhshealth.org

360-825-2505

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EMPLOYMENT TRAINING Consejo Counseling & Referral 253-856-9000 www.consejo-wa.org Provides vocational rehabilitation services. Lazarus Day Center 206-623-7219 Free haircuts for unemployed and low-income children & seniors.

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Food Card Class Online wwwlfoodworkerscard.wa.gov Tacoma Pierce County Health Dept. Learn on-line, take test - $10 for card.

Size Matters Smaller is Better

For people with Dementia. Too much stimulation is overwhelming for people with dementia. They do better in small home settings.

Like us! www.memoryhavensumner.com 5107 Parker Rd E., Sumner • 253-750-0552

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Green River Community College Auburn Campus Green River Community College Enumclaw Campus Worker re-training helps unemployed individuals retrain for new job or career. Multi Service Center Free employment assistance: interview skills, resume, cover letters, etc. State of Washington Vocational Rehabilitation

9 253-833-9111

253-531-2366

253-288-3400

Multi Service Center 253-854-4406 Emergency assistance for shelter, utilities, transitional housing and food. Plateau Outreach Ministry 1806 Cole St., Enumclaw. Mon-Thurs, 8AM - 4PM

360-825-8961

253-854-4406

Free Tax Preparations Sites www.piercecountyabc.org

253-383-3056

Samaritan Project Emergency assistance and resource referral for housing, energy, etc.

360-825-8961

800-622-1375

Job Corps 206-622-6593 Residential Jobs Program offers job training and placement services. etc. National Job Corps - U.S. Dept. of Labor 24-hour line

Love INC (In the Name of Christ) Pierce County

800-733-5627

FITNESS CENTERS

Puget Sound Personnel, Inc. Provides training and job placement.

425-562-1231

CrossFit Enumclaw info@crossfitenumclaw.com

360-367.6412

WorkSource Online Job Search www.go2worksource.com

253-593-7303

Anytime fitness www.anytimefitness.com

360-829-5156

Combat Sport & Fitness

360-802-3780

Prime Fitness www.primefitness.com

235-826-5500

ENERGY SERVICES Black Diamond Community Center Emergency Services 360-886-1011 www.blackdiamondcc.org/emergency/partner.html City Of Enumclaw Utilities Natural gas and water, sewer, garbage, low-income utility discount.

360-825-3591

ACME CrossFit

Enumclaw Helping Hand Fund 360-825-6188 Emergency financial assistance for utility bills and heating fuel. Natural Gas or Electric Emergencies Low income assistance in King County and Pierce County.

800-348-7144

Puget Sound Energy www.pse.com

888-225-5773 800-348-7144

Samaritan Project www.plateauoutreach@joi.mail.com Through Plateau Outreach Ministries. 1806 Cole St., Enumclaw

360-825-8961

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Catholic Community Services Offers emergency assistance for rent and utilities. www.ccsww.org

Enumclaw Aquatic Center 360-825-1188 www.ci.enumclaw.wa.us/aquatic_center.htm

253-850-2523

253-261-3789

FOOD BANKS & CLOTHING BANKS Calvary’s Community Closet 253-863-3352 Calvary Community Church, 15116 Gary St., Sumner Referral-based Clothing ministry working with local org’s to meet the needs of Sumner, Bonney Lake and Orting Black Diamond Community Center 31605 3RD Ave., Hwy 169 Black Diamond Emergency.

360-886-1011

Bonney Lake Food Bank 253-863-4043 Proof of address is required. Serves residents of Bonney Lake and greater area Listings continued, next page


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and Rehabilitation Center 100% Employee Owned

Food & Clothing Banks, cont. Bonney Lake Clothing Bank 253-862-8620 Seventh Day Adventist Church, 11503 214th Ave. S., Bonney Lake. Bread of Life Food Bank 360-897-9005 14104 Prairie Ridge Drive E. (in Prairie Ridge) Buckley Kiwanis Food Bank 253-266-7309 127 N. River Ave., Buckley. Serves residents of White River School District

Bridging the gap between hospital & home. We specialize in short-term rehabilitation. Our physical therapists, occupational therapist and speech therapist can assist in the road to recovery. The goal of our therapy department is to maximize each resident’s rehabilitation potential by using all appropriate therapies to meet individual goals. Enumclaw Health and Rehabilitation is conveniently located directly across from St. Elizabeth Hospital. We accept insurances, private pay, Medicare and Medicaid.

2323 Jensen Street Enumclaw, WA 98022

Emmanuel Food Pantry, St. Andrews Catholic Church, 1401 Valley Ave. Sumner 253-350-4899

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Donald Loomis Memorial Clothing Bank 360-829-6605 Helping families who live within the White River and Carbonado school districts. Located behind Glacier Middle School in Buckley.

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We treat: We offer: �Allergies �Facial plastic surgery �Cancer of the head & neck We provide services for: �Chronic cough �Fine lines & wrinkles �Diseases of the ears & sinuses �Hair removal �Diseases of tonsils & adenoids �Facial rejuvenation �Hoarseness �CoolSculpting body contouring �Skin lesions www.drnancybecker.com �Sleep apnea & snoring

Pictured: Kathy Conzelman, PTA; Suzanne Lewis, P.T.; Carol Garcia, Office; Katey Lent. P.T.

We specialize in Physical Therapy for seniors and treatment of vertigo and movement disorders. Becker Medical Building 1427 Jefferson Ave., Suite B-1 Enumclaw, WA 98022 360-802-0244 www.balancedenumclaw.com

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Food & Clothing Banks, cont. Enumclaw Clothing Bank 360-802-7322 Helping families who live within the Enumclaw School District. Located at JJ Smith Elementary on Fell St. in Enumclaw.

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association www.glma.org

Enumclaw Kiwanis Food Bank 360-825-6188 1350 Cole St, Enumclaw Food Pantry for Enumclaw School District Zip

www.tpchd.org

Lions 4 Kids House Clothing Bank Serves children of all ages providing clothing, etc.

253-447-3844

More Pennies from Heaven 1806 Cole Street, Enumclaw Low cost gently used clothing and household items. Tue-Sat, 10AM - 4PM.

360-625-8641

Multi-Service Center 1200 S. 336TH St., Federal Way Food Pantry, baby cupboard, etc. Plateau Outreach Ministries 1806 Cole St., Enumclaw, Food Pantry, Clothing Bank

Immunization Sites

253-798-6410

Juvenile Diabetes Resource Foundation www.jdrf.org Multiple Sclerosis National Society Greater Washington National Women’s Health Information Center Planned Parenthood of Western Washington 24-hour Facts of Life Information Line

253-838-6810 360-825-8961

415-255-4547

Poison Center- Washington

206-838-5153

206-284-4236 800-994-9662 1-800-769-0045 800-222-1222 www.wapc.org

Public Health - Children with Special Needs Program Seattle & King County 206-284-0331 Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (ABCD)

Sumner Food Bank 253-863-3793 15625 Main St. E., Sumner Serves residents in zip codes 98390, 98391

Public Health - Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic. www.metrokc.gov/health/apu

Sumner United Methodist Church Hot meal site 901 Wood Ave., Sumner

Washington State Department of Health www.doh.wa.gov Consumer Health Assistance Line and comprehensive web site.

253-863-4287

WIC- Auburn Public Health Center 360-829-0624 Buckley Center. Offers nutrition and food assistance.

HEALTHCARE ASSISTANCE Autism Society of Washington www.autismsocietyofwa.com

360-515-8910 1-888-ASW-4-YOU (1-888-279-4968)

Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center. The Center For Children with Special Health Needs. 206-987-2000

PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE Community Health Care Sumner www.commhealth.org

253-597-4550

Partnership for Prescription Assistance www.pparx.org

888-477-2669

Samaritan Project of Plateau Outreach 1806 Cole St., Enumclaw

360-825-8961

HOUSING

Christ Community Free Clinic Free Urgent medical care. Bilingual.

800-525-0127

253-736-2634

St. Elizabeth Hospital 360-802-8802 Offers community health education svcs., including CPR/First Aid classes, immunization clinics, parenting & support groups.

Access Point 4 Housing 253-682-3401 www.associatedministries.org Centralized intake and referral system for families or individuals at risk. Enumclaw Community Center Senior Programs 360-825-4741 Listings continued, next page


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Fang Acupuncture Clinic

Housing, cont. Resource listing of senior housing/subsidized senior housing in Enumclaw. Enumclaw Youth and Family Services 360-825-4586 Applications for transitional housing. www.ayr4kids.org Exodus Housing 253-862-6808 P.O. Box 1006, Sumner WA 98390

Our clinic provides treatments in a warm, homestyle, and healing atmosphere. The main objective is to relieve symptoms, strengthen the body functions and maintain good health. Want natural, energizing treatments? Call us!

Helping Hand House 253-848-6096 www.helpinghandhouse.org Homeless prevention, emergency housing, transitional housing, etc.

Frequently treated conditions include: addictions, allergies, arthritis, asthma, acute and chronic pain, back pain, blood pressure, bursitis, carpal tunnel, colds, insomnia, depression, detox, diabetes, digestion, flu, headaches, infertility, injuries, PMS, prostate and sinus. Also relieves stress and helps weight loss

HOMELESS & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

1737 Wells St., Enumclaw, WA 98022 (360) 825-7549 www.FangAcupunctureClinic.com

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Over 26 years combined experience. State and National Board Certified. Trained in China and USA. Most insurance accepted. Walk-ins welcome!

Associated Ministries Housing & Shelter Services 253-383-3056 Catholic Community Housing Network 253-471-5340 YMCA Domestic Violence Shelter 253-383-2593

FOR VOTING US #1 IN HEALTH & NATURAL FOODS AND #1 GIFT / SPECIALTY IN “THE BEST OF THE PLATEAU” 2016!

Plateau Outreach Ministries (POM) 1806 Cole St., Enumclaw 360-825-8961 Helps to locate temporary housing for homeless. Mon-Thurs, 8AM - 4PM Rental Assistance (phone massage) 253-863-4394 St. Vincent de Paul. Provides reantal assistance for residents of Sumner, Bonney Lake or Lake Tapps addresses. Senior Home Repair 253-863-7658 By Bonney Lake Senior Center & Kiwanis Club of Bonney Lake. Serves seniors who have minor home repairs

US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 206-220-5101 Fair housing enforcement center.

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES OUR MISSION AT NATURE’S INVENTORY IS TO PROVIDE NATURAL AND ORGANIC OPTIONS FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING. WITH PRODUCTS TO HELP OVER 100 CONDITIONS, SUCH AS HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME, HORMONE IMBALANCES, INSOMNIA, AND MUCH MORE; WE EMPOWER PEOPLE TO EXPERIENCING WELLNESS WITHOUT PILLS.

Stuart Jones Physical Therapy NATURAL SKIN CARE

MERITREHAB

Resa Bolton, MPT RMBolton@meritrehab.com HANDCRAFTED SOAPS

1504 Cole Street, Enumclaw ■ Open M - F 9-7 • Sat 10-5 • Sun 10-5 info@naturesinventory.com ■ 360.625.5018 ■ Naturesinventory.com

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2884 Griffin Ave. Suite A Enumclaw 360 825-6686 fax: 360 825-9851

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WE ALSO HAVE A LINE OF NATURAL SKIN CARE, PURE ESSENTIAL OILS, HERBS, AND MUCH MORE.

ARC of King County 206-364-8384 www.arcofkingcounty.org. Assists parents or persons with developmental disabilities.

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King County Housing Stability Project 800-621-4636 Resources and support for those King County residents with low to moderate income, facing eviction or foreclosure. Call for eligibility requirements.

Tenants Union of Washington State 206-723-0500 www.tenantsunion.org Creating housing justice through grassroots education and more.

Thank You!

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Crystal Judson Family Justice Center 253-798-4166 King County Department of Community and Human Services 206-296-7640 www.kingcounty.gov/operations/DCHS


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Mental Health Resources, cont. Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center www.seattlechildrens.org

PARENTING 206-987-2000

Church Council of Greater Seattle Southwest Mental Health Ministry (SWMHM) 206-525-1218 Provides free mental health counseling and assessment Crisis Clinic Hospital Authorization 800-244-5767 Authorizes payment for adults and children needing voluntary and involuntary hospitalization. 24-Hour Crisis Line 206-461-3222 Provides crisis intervention, assessment, etc. Teen Link Help Line 206-461-4922 Help line for teens, staffed by professionally trained teen volunteers. 6PM - 10PM daily. United Way of Pierce County (Land Lines Only) 211 General information and referrals for food, shelter, ect. 800-572-4357 Enumclaw Youth and Family Services 360-802-6492 Individual youth & family counseling, case management.

Birth to Three Development Center

253-874-5445

Catholic Community Services

206-328-5922

Center for Human Services Info Line Parenting classes

206-362-7282

Child Reach Free development screening for children age birth to three year.

253-798-3698

Divorce Helpline Provides support groups for adults and children in divorce.

206-527-2266

DSHS Office of Support Enforcement Seattle Office Government enforced child support.

800-442-KIDS 206-341-7000

Enumclaw Youth and Family Services 360-825-4586 Parenting class referrals. On site counseling to youth, individuals and families. Mon-Fri Puyallup Family Support Center 253-845-9177 Provides a variety of classes in multiple locations in East Pierce County

Evergreen Healthcare Mental Health Crisis and In-Home Programs 206-923-6300 www.evergreenhealthcare.org

Maternity Support Services - Public Health Auburn & Enumclaw 206-477-0600 Immunizations and Family Planning, by appointment.

Geriatric Crisis Service

206 263-9200

Parents,Families,Friends of Lesbians,Gays 206-325-7724 Opportunity to talk to parents of Gays/Lesbians

Out Patient Mental Health Service

360-405-4010

Girls and Boys Town National Hotline 800-448-3000 National Youth Services operates a hotline.

Washington State Family Helpline Relatives Raising Children (Hope Sparks) www.HopeSparks.org

206-233-0139 253-565-4484

Institute for Family Development 253-874-3630 Crisis Intervention Provides in-home intervention to help families resolve crisis.

WIC (Women, Infants, Children) 206-477-0600 fns.usda.gov Community service for pregnant women. Learn more about health & more.

King County Crisis and Commitment 206-263-9200 Involuntary Commitment investigates referrals.

PREGNANCY

Obsessive Compulsive Foundation 617-973-5801 Research, education, and OCD treatment www.ocfoundation.org Postpartum Support International Washington 888-404-PPMD Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation 253-939-4055 www.valleycities.com Senior Services 800-972-9990 Provide services for mentally ill older adults living in nursing homes.

Catholic Community Services www.ccsww.org

253-840-9743

Pregnancy Support Services Confidential counseling to women experiencing a crisis pregnancy.

206-725-2090

Maternity Support Services and W.I.C. Enumclaw (Tuesday Only) Buckley Auburn

206-265-0878 360-829-0624 253-833-6971

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Rain? What rain?

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Getting in at least three workouts a week is a healthy way to build endurance, de-stress and Senior strength Centersand cont. keep your brain sharper into old age. Surprisingly, low to moderate intensity workouts have been found to burn the most fat. For nine more proven ways to stay Northwest Healthy, go to NWhealthy.org.

Obstetrics and Gynecology FranciscanWomen’s Health Associates

Franciscan Orthopedic Associates

3021 Griffin Ave. Enumclaw, WA 98022

1818 Cole Street Enumclaw, WA 98022

chifranciscan.org

chifranciscan.org

chifranciscan.org

Specialties: General Practice, Pediatrics Hours: Mon-Fri., 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Specialties: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Midwifery Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Specialties: Orthopedics, Surgery Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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(360) 802-5760 1755595

(360) 825-6511

2820 Griffin Ave., Ste. 210 Enumclaw, WA 98022

General Surgery

Foot and Ankle Surgery

Women’s Health

Franciscan Surgical Associates

Franciscan Foot & Ankle Associates

Franciscan Specialty Clinic

1818 Cole Street Enumclaw, WA 98022

1427 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 203 Enumclaw, WA 98022

1818 Cole Street Enumclaw, WA 98022

(360) 825-2701

chifranciscan.org

chifranciscan.org

(360) 825-7500 chifranciscan.org

Specialties: Foot and ankle surgery Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Specialties: General Surgery, Cardiology Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Specialties: Women’s Health Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Pregnancy, cont.

ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES

Community service for pregnant women.

Cascade House 2000 Mountain View Dr., Enumclaw

360-802-0177

Cedar Ridge 9515 198th Ave. E., Bonney Lake

253-299-6461

Expressions at Enumclaw 2454 Cole St., Enumclaw

360-825-4565

Foothills Adult Family Home 8515 234TH Ave E, Buckley

253-862-8120

Franklin House 5713 Parker Rd., Sumner

253-891-3569

Heritage House at Mountain View 28833 Hwy 410 E, Buckley

360-829-5292

High Point Village 1777 Highpoint, Enumclaw

360-825-7780

Living Court Assisted Living Apartments 2229 Jensen St., Enumclaw

360-825-0280

New Hope Maternity Home 800-228-3150 Housing for pregnant women unable to live at home. Pregnancy Aid of Auburn

253-939-6676

Seattle King County Dept of Public Health 206-477-0600

SENIOR SERVICES Adult Protective Services 866-221-4909 www.dshs.wa.gov Accepts and investigates cases of suspected abuse. Alzheimer’s Assoc of Western Washington 800-848-7097 Support and information for Alzheimer’s patients, family and caregivers. Aging & Disability www.cms.hhs.gov/home/medicaid.asp

800-422-3263

Medicare www.medicare.gov

800-633-4227

Senior Information and Assistance www.seniorservices.org Resources Referral for Seniors and their families

206-448-3110 206-448-5757 800-972-9990

Canterbury House 502 29TH St SE, Auburn

253-939-0090 360-825-2541

Residential Care Services Complaint Resolution Unit Veteran’s Administration www.va.govwww.vba.va.gov

Enumclaw Healthcare Rehabilitation Center, 2323 Jensen St., Enumclaw

800-562-6078 800-827-1000

SENIOR TRANSPORTATION

Volunteer Chore Service

888-649-6850

SENIOR CENTERS Bonney Lake Senior Center Lunch program served Monday-Friday

253-863-7658

Buckley Senior Center 360-829-0190 Hot lunch program, senior van service, recreational programs, etc. Enumclaw Senior and Community Center 360-825-4741 1350 Cole St., Enumclaw. Hot lunch program, Meals-onWheels, etc. Sumner Senior Center 15506 62nd St. E., Sumner. Lunch and Meals on Wheels program

253-863-2910

LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES

Enumclaw Senior Center Van Service 360-825-4741 For City of Enumclaw residents only Volunteer Transportation for Seniors 800-282-5815 Medical appointments outside of Enumclaw.

SUPPORT GROUPS A.A. and Al-Anon 360-891-0335, 360-825-268; 360-829-0154, 253-474-8897, 800-726-8094 Alcohol & Drug Helpline 206-722-3700 www.adhl.org Breast Cancer Support Group 360-663-2433 MDC (Making a Difference in Community) 253-572-2273 Calvary Community Church 253-863-3352 Freedom Recovery Center 10215 214th Ave. E., Bonney Lake. Substance abuse outpatient care.

253-862-7374

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Support Groups, cont. GriefShare - Calvary Community Church 253-355-4617 Calvary Community Church North Campus 309 Valley Ave. Sumner, WA Enumclaw Youth and Family 360-825-4586 Resource Center. ww.cityofenumclaw.net Foster Parent Support Group www.specialchildrenspecialhomes.com. 7PM, 4TH Tues of each month On-line chat support group. Narcotics Anonymous

253-531-8792

Overeaters Anonymous Meets 6:30PM - 7:30PM every Thurs at Sacred Heart Church, Enumclaw.www.seattleoa.org Parkinsons Support Group

206-264-5045

The Center for Substance Abuse Recovery 253-593-2740 1110 Fryar Ave. Suite B, Sumner. Youth and Adult programs

speciality and then by professional’s the 800-542-7876 color coding which indicates the region Sounder Commuter Rail the professional works in. 800-201-4900 Metro’s Rider Information Offinote ce last name. Please www.transit.metrokc.gov

BUCKLEY BONNEY LAKE PUYALLUP SUMNER

Counseling Nancy Block-Olexick, Ph. D.

Dentistry Dr. Carla Yamashiro, DDS, NMD, IBDM

Located in the Petersen Building

1737 Wells St. Enumclaw, WA 98022

(360) 825-7549 PUYALLUP www.fangacupunctureclinic.com

Education: Northwest Institute of Acupuncture &

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Ecologic Dentistry

1110 Stevenson Ave. Ste. 206 Enumclaw, WA 98022

(253) 307-9851

http://nancyblock-olexickphd.com Education: California School of Professional Psychology Insurance Accepted: Most insurances accepted. Special Services: Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Cognitive-behavioral, existential and spiritual orientation. General clinical practice including following areas of treatment: Autism Spectrum Disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar mood disorders, ADHD, PTSD, family of origin issues, self care and life transitions, anger management and communication difficulties. Social skills training/process groups for individuals with socialization challenges also provided.

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Oriental Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medical College of Guangzhou, China. Association Memberships: WEAMA, National Commission of Certified Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Board Certifications: NCCAOM Insurance Accepted: All major insurances accepted. Special Services: Chinese Herbal Medicine, Qi Gong, Tui Na, Food Therapy

St. Elizabeth Hospital Volunteer Service 360-284-2444 www.fhshealth.org Van service is available to anyone based on need for health related services. No charge, donations gratefully accepted. www.soundtransit.org.

8412 Myers Rd E. Ste. 301 Bonney Lake, WA 98391

(253) 863-7005

www.EcologicDentistry.com Education: University of Missouri - Kansas City,

American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry.

Association Memberships: IAOMT (International

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Professional Profiles

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Profiles are listed alphabetically by speciality and then by professional’s last name. Please note the color coding which indicates the region the professional works in.

Acupuncture Carrie Fang, EAMP, Dipl, AC BUCKLEY

TRANSPORTATION

Metro ACCESS Transportation Service 206-263-3113 Profiles are listed alphabetically by www.transit.metrokc.gov

253-350-1920

Professional Profiles

Taking Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) TOPS #1248 - Enumclaw Calvary Presbyterian Church, Basement, 1725 Porter St., Enumclaw Weigh-in at 8:30am-9:45am Meeting 10am-11am. $5 per mo, after $32 membership, includes magazines and more. For more information, Contact Tricia at 360-829-0062 http://www.tops.org/TOPS/FindAMeeting


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Influenza season lasts to March BY ANA KAREN PEREZ GUZMAN

T Reporter

he flu season is in full force now, as it typically is around the colder months. As soon as the season starts to change and there’s a chill in the air, more and more cases of the flu are reported. This year is unlike previous years. There has been a high number of influenza deaths for the 2016-2017 year, Senior Vice President/Chief Quality, Integrity and Medical Affairs Officer for MultiCare Health Systems, Dr. Maria Granzotti, said

Holistic Health Kim Ode, Holistic Health Practitioner, CH

in an email. There were 24 lab-confirmed influenza deaths reported as of Dec. 31. Compared to last year, at this time there were only eight counted deaths reported. “We have seen increased volumes of patients in our emergency rooms, many with flu-like symptoms,” Granzotti said. The reason for the increase could be because the predominating flu virus this year is influenza A, which according to the CDC, seasons that are prominent with this type of virus are often associated with more severe illness and higher mortality, Granzotti said. This type of flu affects

Naturopathic Medicine Kaylee McDonald, ND Rainier Natural Health Clinic

Jubilee Naturals

1702 Cole St. Enumclaw

700 Main St. Buckley, WA 98321

(360) 625-8315 909 Main St. Sumner

(360) 829-1838

www.rainiernaturalhealthclinic.com www.dockaylee.com

(253) 447-7921 www.jubileenaturals.com

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College, Holistic Health Practitioner, Global College of Natural Medicine and over 26 years experience in the natural health field. Association Memberships: American Herbalist Guild, Northwest Natural Products Association. Special Services: Health and Nutritional Assessments, Speciality Supplements and whole foods to support your wellness goals. Don’t miss our Day of Wellness 2017 on March 18th. Visit our website for upcoming events.

Naturopathic Physicians, Washington Association of Naturopathic Phys. Board Certifications: Naturopathic Doctor. Insurance Accepted: Primary Care Provider with most insurance companies. Call for info or with specific questions. Special Services: Family practice, women’s health, pediatrics. Special focus on MS, Lifetime Weight Management, Allergy Elimination Technique, herbal treatments, nutritional support, wellness care.

Optometry Alexander Shepherd, O.D.

Optometry Mark Seaburg, O.D. Enumclaw Vision Clinic

Enumclaw Family Optometry Clinic

2823 Griffin Ave. Enumclaw, WA 98022

2726 Griffin Ave. Enumclaw, WA 98022

(360) 825-3000

(360) 825-1614

http://visionsource-drseaburg.com Education: Pacific University at Forest Grove, Oregon Association Memberships: AOA, WOA Board Certifications: Optometry. Insurance Accepted: Most insurance companies. Special Services: Contact lenses, frames & lenses,

www.visionsource-paulshepherdod.com

Education: Southern California College of Optometry Association Memberships: American Optometric Association, Optometric Physicians of Washington Special Services: Comprehensive Eye Exams, Diabetic Eye Exams, Glaucoma & Macular Degeneration Evaluations, Pre&Post Cataract Surgery, Pre&Post Lasik Surgery, Specialty Contact Lenses, Glasses.

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glaucoma & macular degeneration testing, after cataract surgery care.

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Education: Herbalist Certification, Tacoma Community

children and older people more since their immune systems aren’t as strong. Of the 24 deaths reported, they were all people who were over the age of 50. Two were ages 50-64 and the other 22 were 65 and older. Healthcare providers are treating everyone as well as they can when they come in with symptoms. Granzotti suggest people who have flu-like symptoms but no underlying health conditions to consider options other than the emergency room. The emergency room is filling up fast and they want people with severe symptoms to be helped as fast as possible. Other options for people with minor symptoms includes MultiCare, Urgent Care and Indigo Urgent Care clinics; MultiCare eCare (text based service); Doctor on Demand (video visits) or RediClinics inside select Rite Aid stores. The best protection against the flu will always be the yearly flu shot. Maintaining good hand hygiene practices and staying home if sick are also very important to stop the spread of the flu. Staying home if sick is critical especially if you’re around elderly people, young children or people with chronic conditions. The peak month for the flu can range between December and March. So for the next few months, it is important to try and prevent the spread of the flu by any means possible.


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Flu activity is considered widespread and an epidemic in Washington state, with 114 lab-confirmed influenza deaths reported statewide for the 2016-2017 season, according to the Washington State Department of Health. The best protection against the flu is washing your hands regularly and getting a yearly flu shot. Flu activity typically peaks between December and March, but it can last as late as May. Here’s what you need to know about the current outbreaks, plus the best ways to protect yourself and your family. 1. Flu shots are your best protection, and it’s not too late to get one. There’s still time to get your flu shot. The flu vaccine is effective as long as flu viruses are circulating. Because flu viruses are constantly changing, each year the vaccine is updated based on which influenza viruses are making people sick. The vaccine this year is a good match with circulating viruses, according to the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. Influenza A (H3N2) is the predominating virus being seen this flu season. The flu vaccine can reduce the risk of getting the flu by about 50 to 60 percent, according to research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which studies how well the vaccine protects against the flu each year. Traditional flu vaccines protect against three different flu viruses that research suggests will be most common: two influenza A viruses and one influenza B virus. Even when the vaccine is not a good match against circulating viruses, it can still sometimes provide protection against different (but related) viruses, says the CDC. Everyone older than 6 months old should get the flu shot, according to the CDC. It’s especially important for those at higher risk to get vaccinated: • Children younger than 5 but especially younger than 2 • Adults 65 and older

Orthodontics Richard Molen, DDS

Orthodontics Bruce Molen, DDS

Orthodontics Aaron Molen, DDS, MS

Located at: Molen Orthodontics

Located at: Molen Orthodontics

Located at: Molen Orthodontics

1771 Farrelly St., Enumclaw (360) 825-6578 16202 64th St. E. Suite 103, Sumner (253) 863-0978 1110 Harvey Rd., Auburn (253) 939-2552

Education: UCLA School of Dentistry, University of Washington Orthodontic Residency

Association Memberships: Schulman Study Group, Roth Study

Club International, Roncone Study Club, Pitts Progressive Study Club, American Association of Orthodontics, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, Washington State Society of Orthodontists

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Insurance Accepted: Most major insurances Special Services: Accelerated treatment options for aesthetic align-

Education: Loma Linda Dental School, UCLA Orthodontic Residency Association Memberships: The Progressive Orthodontist,

Orthodontic Masters Group, Schulman Study Group, Roncone Study Club, Pitts Progressive Study Club, American Association of Orthodontists, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, Washington State Society of Orthodontists

Insurance Accepted: Most major insurances Special Services: Accelerated treatment options for aesthetic alignment in 6 months, Invisalign treatment with impression-free dental scans, Invisalign Teen, High-tech Damon braces, Comprehensive aesthetic and functional orthodontic treatment, Complex orthodontic-restorative cases, Free removable clear retainers for life with treatment, Flexible interest-free financing options

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1771 Farrelly St., Enumclaw (360) 825-6578 16202 64th St. E. Suite 103, Sumner (253) 863-0978 1110 Harvey Rd., Auburn (253) 939-2552

ment in 6 months, Invisalign treatment with impression-free dental scans, Invisalign Teen, High-tech Damon braces, Comprehensive aesthetic and functional orthodontic treatment, Complex orthodontic-restorative cases, Free removable clear retainers for life with treatment, Flexible interest-free financing options

• Pregnant women • Residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities • Native Americans and Alaskan Natives • People with certain medical conditions Be sure to get a shot, not the nasal spray — the FluMist vaccine is no longer recommended by the CDC because of concerns about its effectiveness. 2. Avoid contact with sick people and practice good hand hygiene. We know washing our hands is one of the most effective steps against illnesses such as the flu, but what else can you do? • Avoid crowded places and close contact with people who are sick • Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze • Avoid touching your eyes and nose, as this is how flu viruses spread 3. If you get sick, stay home and rest. Taking these steps is not a guarantee, of course. The key to getting better is to stay home and rest. In addition: • Avoid close contact with family members so you don’t pass on the illness • Drink plenty of fluids — dehydration is a serious complication in flu patients • You can treat fever and cough with over-the-counter medications for comfort If you have a flu-like illness, try to stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone (unless you need to receive care). 4. If symptoms don’t improve, see your doctor. If you experience a cough, fever or other flu symptoms that worsen or don’t improve, this is the time to see your doctor. The same goes if you are pregnant, over the age of 65 or otherwise at high risk of flu-related complications. See your primary care doctor many walk-in clinics. Avoid the emergency room for flu-like symptoms unless you have underlying health conditions. Difficulty breathing, inability to drink enough fluids and irritability in children are some of the more serious signs of a significant influenza infection, which can lead to complications. Where can I get a flu shot? You can get your flu shot by making an appointment with your primary care or pediatric provider, visiting a pharmacy that offers the vaccine.

1771 Farrelly St., Enumclaw (360) 825-6578 16202 64th St. E. Suite 103, Sumner (253) 863-0978 1110 Harvey Rd., Auburn (253) 939-2552

Education: Loma Linda Dental School, UCLA Orthodontic Residency Association Memberships: Faculty Member at UCLA Section of

Orthodontics, Technology Editorial Board for American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Member of American Association of Orthodontics Committee on Technology, International Association of Dentomaxillofacial Radiology, The Progressive Orthodontist, Orthodontic Masters Group, Schulman Study Group, Pitts Progressive Study Club, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, Washington State Society of Orthodontists, American Association of Orthodontists

Insurance Accepted: Most major insurances Special Services: Accelerated treatment options for aesthetic alignment

in 6 months, Invisalign treatment with impression-free dental scans, Invisalign Teen, High-tech Damon braces, Comprehensive aesthetic and functional orthodontic treatment, Complex orthodontic-restorative cases, Free removable clear retainers for life with treatment, Flexible interest-free financing options

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Mumps spread across two counties

Occupational Therapy Brandy Campbell, OTR/L., CHT

Physical Therapy Resa Bolton, M.P.T.

Physical Therapy & Hand Rehab PLLC.

Stuart Jones Physical Therapy/Merit Rehab

Ear, Nose, Throat, Facial Plastic Surgery & Allergy of Western Washington

1427 Jefferson St., Enumclaw 8804 Main Street E., Bonney Lake

(360) 825-4466

20910 SR 410 E Bonney Lake, WA 98391

2884 Griffin Ave, Suite A Enumclaw, WA 98022

(253) 862-2575

(360) 825-6686

www.drnancybecker.com

www.bonneylaketherapy.com Education: University of Puget Sound Board Certifications: Certified Hand Therapist (HTCC);

www.meritrehab.com

Medicine of the Pacific.

Association Memberships: AMA, AOA, WOMA,

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Physical Therapy Michael Egbert, P.T.

operative rehab; pre and post total joint replacements; post spine surgery rehab; L & I or work related injuries; sports injuries and return to sport rehab; MVA injuries; neck and back injuries, posture and body mechanics training; balance/gait difficulties.

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Education: Stanford University, College of Osteopathic

Physical Therapy Jon Erickson, PT, MS, Cert. MDT

Bonney Lake Physical Therapy & Hand Rehab PLLC.

20910 SR 410 E Bonney Lake, WA 98391

(253) 862-2575

Performance Physical Therapy

Performance Physical Therapy

21525 Hwy 410 Ste. B Bonney Lake, WA 98391

2726 Griffin Ave Ste. C Enumclaw, WA 98022

(360) 802-6757

(253) 826-8520

www.bonneylaketherapy.com Education: University of Texas, Galveston, TX Association Memberships: American Physical Therapy Assoc.; Washington State Physical Therapy Assoc.

Insurance Accepted: Most medical insurances accepted

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including Workers Comp., Medicare, Medicaid and Auto Insurance Special Services: Work/sports/auto injuries; post surgical orthopedic rehabilitation.

Certified Occupational Therapist (NBCOT) Association Memberships: American Society of Hand Therapists, American Occupational Therapy Assoc., WA Occupational Therapy Assoc. Insurance Accepted: Most medical insurances accepted including workman’s comp./L & I, Medicare, Medicaid and Auto Insurance Special Services: Comprehensive rehabilitation of the upper extremity (shoulder, elbow, wrist & hand), including preventative management, custom orthotics, wound care, and post surgical rehabilitation.

Physical Therapy Pete Erickson, PT, OCS, Cert MDT

www.psspt.com Education: Texas Women’s University Association Memberships: American Physical Therapy Association, WA State PT Assoct. Board Certifications: Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy (MDT). Insurance Accepted: All. Special Services: Orthopedic, spine, sports, postsurgical, Motor Vehicle Accidents.

www.psspt.com Education: Idaho State University Association Memberships: American Physical Therapy

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AAOA, AAOO - Head & Neck Surgery, AOCOO - Head & Neck Surgery, NWAO, King County Medical Society, Pierce County Medical Society. Board Certifications: American Osteopathic Board of Otolaryngology for Ears, Nose, Throat, Facial Plastic Surgery, Fellowship trained in Allergy. Insurance Accepted: Most insurances accepted. Special Services: Ears, nose and throat, allergy therapy, facial plastic surgery, hearing center, cosmetic center.

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Otolaryngology Nancy A. Becker, D.O.

some people, and can lead to hearing loss, swelling of the covering of the brain and spinal cord, or brain damage. There is no specific treatment for mumps. Vaccination with the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine is the best protection against mumps. Two doses of MMR vaccine are about 88 percent effective at preventing infection with the mumps virus. Children should be vaccinated with two doses of measles, mumps, rubella vaccine, with the first dose between 12 and 15 months and the second at four-to-six years. Adults should have at least one mumps vaccination, with some people

Association, WA State PT Assoc. Board Certifications: Orthopedic Physical Therapy, McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and treatment of the spine, Titleist Performance Institute Certified-Golf strength/ fitness and rehab. Insurance Accepted: All insurances. Special Services: Orthopedic, sports PT, post surgical, spine, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Running injuries, Comprehensive Foot and Ankle treatment.

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King and Pierce counties each have cases of mumps. The Washington State Department of Health is reminding people across the state to make sure they take precautions to help stop the spread of mumps. Mumps is a contagious disease that spreads through saliva. Symptoms of mumps typically include low-grade fever, headache, muscle aches, tiredness, and loss of appetite. Its most distinctive symptom is swelling of the cheeks, neck or jaw, though not everyone experiences this, and some people get no symptoms at all. It also can cause swelling of other glands such as the testicles. The illness lasts a week to ten days in most cases. Mumps can be more serious in


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21525 Hwy 410, Ste. B Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Pinnacle Medical Wellness

Pinnacle Medical Wellness

1040 Stevenson Ave, Suite A Enumclaw, WA

1040 Stevenson Ave, Suite A Enumclaw, WA

(360) 825-7411

(253) 826-8520

Medical School: University of Puget Sound

Medical School: Quinnipiac University

Association Memberships: APTA, WA PT Assoc.

Association Memberships: APTA, WA PT Assoc, Vestibular Disorders Association

Special Services: Lifestyle Modification Program/ Healthy Foundations, Sports PT, Orthopedic Rehab, Pre and Post-Surgery, Custom Orthotic Fitting, Selective Functional Movement Assessment

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Insurance Accepted: Most insurance plans, including Medicare, Worker’s Comp, L&I and Auto Insurance

Physical Therapy Katey Lent

Physical Therapy Suzanne Lewis

Located at

Located at

Plateau Rehab Physical Therapy 1427 Jefferson Ave., Suite B-1 Enumclaw, WA 98022

(360) 802-0244

www.balancedenumclaw.com

Education: University of Texas Medical Branch Insurance Accepted: All major insurance accepted including Medicare

Special Services: Orthopaedic Rehab, Senior Fall

Podiatry Ronald Sorensen, D.P.M.

Bonney Lake Foot & Ankle Clinic

Foot & Ankle Clinics 2820 Griffin Ave. #101 Enumclaw

18310 Hwy 410 E Bonney Lake, WA 98391

(360) 825-2181

2728 E. Main Ave. Ste. A Sumner

(253) 891-1608

Education: California College of Podiatric Medicine. Association Memberships: American Podiatric Medical

Assn.; American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery. Board Certifications: American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. Insurance Accepted: Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Aetna, Group Health and all others. Special Services: Arthroscopy, endoscopy and reconstructive surgery of foot & ankle, orthotics and sports medicine. Sumner/Puyallup location (253) 848-0131

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www.blfootandankleclinic.com

(253) 848-0131 www.footankleclinics.com

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Located in the parking lot of Grocery Outlet Education: California College of Podiatric Medicine Association Memberships: American Podiatric Medical Association, Washington State Podiatric Medical Association. Board Certifications: American Board of Podiatric Medicine. Insurance Accepted: Most insurance accepted. Special Services: Orthotics, Diabetic Foot Care, Foot Surgery, Sports Injuries, Nail Problems, Laser Therapy.

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Prevention

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Podiatry Melissa S. Hong, DPM., PS

Special Services: Vestibular Rehab, Cervicogenic Dizziness, ASTYM, Orthopedic Rehab, Pre and Post-Surgery, Custom Orthotic Fitting, Lifestyle Modification Program/Healthy Foundations Insurance Accepted: Most insurance plans

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Plateau Rehab Physical Therapy 1427 Jefferson Ave., Suite B-1 Enumclaw, WA 98022

(360) 802-0244

www.balancedenumclaw.com Education: University of Texas Medical Branch Association Memberships: Vestibular Disorder Association, American Physical Therapy Association Board Certifications: Vestibular Rehab Competency Certificate, Emory University Insurance Accepted: All major insurance accepted including Medicare Special Services: Vestibular Rehab, Balance Restraining, Neurological Disorders

(360) 825-7411

www.pinnacle-pt.com

www.pinnacle-pt.com

www.psspt.com Education: University of Utah

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Performance Physical Therapy

Association Memberships: American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedic Section, WA State PT Association, APTA Sports Section. Insurance Accepted: All Special Services: Sports Physical Therapy, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Balance Training, Post Surgical Rehab, Spine, Concussion Management, Fall Prevention.

Physical Therapy Amanda McCullum, PT

Physical Therapy Jared McConahy, DPT

Physical Therapy Ryan Willis, DPT

needing two. People born before 1957 are considered immune because they probably had mumps, but everyone born in 1957 or later should be vaccinated. “We’re asking people, especially in these two counties, to make sure everyone in their family has been fully vaccinated,” said State Health Officer Dr. Kathy Lofy. “While most people who get mumps will have a mild illness which goes away within a week or so, some people may experience serious health complications.” Mumps vaccine gives lifelong protection to about nine out of 10 people, but some people who are vaccinated can still get mumps. It’s important for everyone to be vaccinated; it helps protect people for whom the vaccine might not work as well, and also protects those who can’t be vaccinated because they are too young or have a medical condition that prevents it. Because mumps spreads during close contact, children who are not protected against mumps by vaccination may be excluded from school in areas where mumps is spreading. The State Department of Health’s Immunization Program has more information about mumps and the MMR vaccine. If you think you never received mumps vaccine and there is an outbreak in your community, contact your healthcare provider for immunizations or a blood test.


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At Expressions at Enumclaw you CAN have peace of mind! Our internationally acclaimed dementia program features knowing and using a resident’s life story and incorporates daily programs that include Healthy, Tasty, Educational, Artistic and Spiritual focuses.

 Admissions 7 days a week, 24 hours a day  24 Hour on-site staff and emergency response system  Dementia related behavior management  Specially trained staff for Alzheimer’s & other related dementias  Medication assistance and monitoring of resident’s health status  and much, much more… For more information call (360) 825-4565 or email us at ExpressionsEnumclawCRD@PrestigeCare.com

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Expressions at Enumclaw

2454 Cole St Enumclaw, WA 98022

www.PrestigeCare.com


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Healthy eyes are important all year

Every year we make a list of things to stay healthy so you can feel your best. But, did you realize that feeling your best includes seeing your best too? Anytime is the perfect time to spread the word about the disease. So, this year, add learning about glaucoma to your list. Your eyes will thank you for it.

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Glaucoma can cause vision loss and blindness, which can’t be reversed. Glaucoma causes fluid to build up in your eye, causing pressure that can damage the optic nerve, which transfers visual images to your brain. But, you can save your vision with early detection and treatment.

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There are no early symptoms. Glaucoma often has no early warning signs. No pain. No discomfort. No blurry vision. Only advanced glaucoma will affect your vision. Don’t wait for symptoms to visit your eye doctor.

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In the United States, half the people who have glaucoma don’t know they do. Nearly 3 million Americans have glaucoma. Half don’t know it. Lack of awareness and the absence of symptoms are prevent-

ing people from detecting the disease early. You can change that. Find out if you have glaucoma.

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Some people are at higher risk than others. African Americans over 40, adults over 60 – especially Hispanics/Latinos, and people with a family history of glaucoma are at higher risk, making early detection especially important. Are you at higher risk? Talk to your family about glaucoma.

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There is only one way to know if you have glaucoma. Getting a comprehensive dilated eye exam is the only way to find out if you have glaucoma. During the exam, an eye care professional places drops in your eyes to widen the pupils and looks for signs of the disease in the optic nerve. Now that you’ve got the facts about glaucoma, make a resolution for healthier vision. Schedule a comprehensive dilated eye exam today. And encourage your friends and loved ones to do the same. To learn more about glaucoma, visit www.nei.nih.gov/glaucoma.


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Healthy Tips & Strategies Household mold and your health Are your child’s asthma attacks becoming more frequent and serious? Are you continually catching colds? These situations may be the result of exposure to mildew without you even knowing it. When a lot of mildew — or mold — develops in a home, these microscopic fungi can scatter breathable particles into the air and consequently cause a number of health problems. Depending on your state of health, age, and amount of time spent in the home, you could be more sensitive. Especially vulnerable are babies, young children, seniors, and people with depressed immune systems. How do you know if these unwelcome visitors are invading your home? Look for the following: the appearance of stains, which are often black, on walls, ceilings, or carpets; a musty or earthy smell; dark rings and buckling, which are evidence of water infiltration. Mold loves damp conditions, and those can usually be found in basements, the backs of closets, under kitchen sinks, in bathrooms, and sometimes around windows. You can prevent mold by ensuring good ventilation in your home. Open windows or switch on fans when taking baths or showers or when you’re cooking. In hot, humid weather be sure to use a dehumidifier in chronically damp places, especially in the basement. Empty and clean the reservoir regularly and add several drops of lemon essential oil to disinfect it. Repair any water leaks as soon as possible. If condensation forms on windows, especially during the winter, check the insulation. These small actions will help to prevent mold from harming your family’s health.

Chew your way to slimness Chewing our food thoroughly can help us to eat less. This fact has been demonstrated in a recent study showing the influence of oral stimulation on our feelings of satiety and the number of calories ingested. Oral stimulation means putting food into our mouths, taking the time to taste it, and chewing it slowly before swallowing. The study shows that the length of the oral stimulation is inversely proportional to calorie intake, which is sure to interest those who watch their weight — in other words the vast majority of us. The results of this research are in full agreement with the old adage, “Chew your liquids and drink your food”. This means that you should drink in small sips, rolling the liquid around the mouth, and chew your food until it is liquid before swallowing it. Chewing longer also prolongs the meal and leaves time for feelings of fullness to set in. These signals are emitted by the brain when it has received information from the stomach indicating that the body no longer needs to eat. It is essential to pay attention to these signals, especially because we live in a society that promotes fast food and quantity over quality. In fact, although we should stop eating when we no longer feel hungry, the majority of people are directly influenced by the quantity of food on their plates. For your health’s sake, start serving reasonable portions, chewing thoroughly, and listening for your stomach to tell you it has had enough.


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PHYSICAL THERAPY: • improves mobility and strength • reduces pain • helps avoid surgery

Unlike many physical therapy clinics that offer a single episode of care that is often prematurely ended due to insurance interests, we believe that completing physical therapy is the first step to a healthier you. We begin with a Health Risk Assessment to determine the underlying cause of your condition and create a plan of care to improve your overall health.

Health and Wellness - Health and Wellness Guide 2017  

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Health and Wellness - Health and Wellness Guide 2017  

i20170221101443197.pdf