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Community Health Centers are locally-based health care clinics that provide comprehensive primary and preventive care to underserved populations, such as the uninsured, low income, Medicaid recipients, racial and ethnic minorities. In addition to primary and preventive care, most community health centers provide prenatal care, pediatrics, and chronic disease management.
LesliesList.org is your free, local resource for comparing prices on prescriptions and diagnostic testing services in Chicago. We also provide a list of low cost clinics, and a bulletin board for sharing info with your community.
Program is located in the Chicago Uptown community at Heartland Health Center - Uptown and provides primary health care and oral health care for people who are experiencing homelessness, including people who are sheltered but not in permanent housing.
Broad spectrum of services such as counseling and job training to adults with economic troubles, provide affordable housing for seniors, and organize in-home care services for seniors who need help caring for themselves.
Kids Cafe program options include meal service on weekends and during the summer, so that children from low-income families have access to a free meal even when school is not in session. After-school and summer programs also provide tutoring assistance and educational activities.
Clinical services are now referred to as Integrated Clinics, which include services for contraception, pregnancy testing, screening, diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted diseases/sex transmitted infections and childhood immunizations. Some services are provided on a sliding fee scale basis. Certain eligibility requirements apply and will be discussed when you call to make your appointment.
The College of Dentistry is not a free clinic. The clinic operates on a reduced fee schedule (except for the Allen W. Anderson Faculty Dental Practice). The cost of treatment provided by student dentists is lower than private practitioners, but will take longer than in most private dental offices.
Support low-income individuals and families who cannot afford the medicine they need to sustain or improve their quality of life. We offer over 400 different medications through our mail-order pharmacy.