CDPH offers preventive clinical services, disease testing and treatment at no cost. We also partner with several community-based health centers to provide services for primary care, children, women and family planning.
HIV Primary Care – Our partners, Howard Brown Health Center and UIC provide quality HIV primary care services to people living with HIV in Englewood and Uptown, respectively.
Immunization Clinics- Walk-In immunization clinics provide vaccinations for children 0 through 18 years of age at no out-of-pocket cost.
Mental Health Clinics - We partner with community mental health providers and invest in local agencies to ensure all residents have access to mental health services.
Primary Care – We partner with several different community based health clinics to provide high quality primary care services, children, women, family planning and pregnant woman.
STI Specialty Clinics – We operate five STI specialty clinics to diagnose and treat common sexually-transmitted infections and provide partner services. Residents can also pick up free condoms and learn more about other HIV prevention methods like PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis).
WIC – Our Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infant and Children (WIC) provides supplemental foods, health care referrals and nutrition education for many pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to qualifying infants and children under age of five.
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, and racial and ethnic minorities.
Chicagoans' health needs are diverse, just like our communities. CDPH is dedicated to working continuously in partnership with community members to promote the best public health practices for the prevention, treatment, care, and to promote the highest quality services for the health and well being of individuals living in the City of Chicago.
HIV/STI Prevention Program works with Chicago’s community planning group, CAHISC, to assess needs and identify priorities in order to best address the epidemic and prevent HIV disease in the city of Chicago.
Healthcare Access is a component of the CDPH HIV/STI Bureau’s Community Health Services Division, a collection of services that work together to reduce HIV infections and increase quality of life for those living with and vulnerable to HIV in the Chicago Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA).
The STI Specialty Clinics & HIV Early Intervention Services are drop-in specialty clinics that diagnose and treat sexually transmitted infections (STI) and provide information about condom use and other STI prevention methods.
The Chicago Department of Public Health provides free testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) at the Specialty Clinics. The CDPH Care Clinics provide HIV and primary care services for patients living with HIV.