Ukrainian Health Resources

Since 1979, Washington State has welcomed refugees who flee persecution in their home country to rebuild their lives in our local communities.  Over the past 10 years, refugees from over 70 countries have resettled in Washington state through the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program. Over the past year, more than 15,000 newcomers have resettled in Washington’s local communities, including Afghans and Ukrainians.

Ukrainians may arrive in local communities with different immigration statuses and due to this, will be eligible for different benefits and services.  

The information below includes fact sheets, webinars, videos, and other health resources to support new arrivals from Ukraine. 

Fact Sheets, Webinars and Helpful Information 

State Agencies
Federal Agencies
Community Resources and Ukrainian Culture
Health Insurance
Health Clinics
Newcomer Information

Health Promotion and Education 

Immunization Information 
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
Behavioral Health  
TB Resources 
Smoke from Fires

COVID-19 Resources 

COVID-19 Engagement and Information
COVID-19 Free Home Test Kits
Vaccine Clinic Locator 

 Information for Healthcare Providers 

Immunization Information and Cultural Training  
Ukrainian Health Outcomes

Contact Us

Washington State Department of Health 
Communicable Disease Epidemiology – Refugee and Immigrant Health Program 
1610 NE 150th Street, MS: K17-9 
Shoreline, WA 98155 
(206) 418-5500 Phone 
(206) 418-5515 Fax