Find a Community Health Center
Community Health Clinics are neighborhood-based health care clinics that provide comprehensive primary and preventive care to everyone, regardless of a person’s ability to pay. Services offered include prenatal care, pediatric care and help managing chronic diseases (high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, etc.). Many health clinics have dental services for their clients. All clinics deliver culturally competent services and have free interpretation services available. Health clinics provide care for underserved populations, including LGBTQ, people who are homeless and undocumented individuals and families. Community Health Clinics accept some insurance plans, Medicaid managed care plans and sliding scale self-pay. Contact the Community Health Clinic for more information.
- To find a health clinic by your zip code, click on the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Clinic Finder
- To find a free clinic in Chicago and Illinois, go to the Illinois Association of Free & Charitable Clinics' website: Free Health Clinics
- To enroll in health coverage, including Medicaid or Marketplace, go to: Get Care Illinois (English and Spanish)
- To learn how to use your Medicaid or Marketplace health coverage, go to: Get Care Illinois (English and Spanish)