MEDICAL RESOURCES, AGENCIES, CLINICS, AND MORE
AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (Obamacare)
www.HealthCare.gov and www.EnrollMissouri.org
The toll-free number is a 24-hour hotline that handles consumers’ questions. The Missouri website www.EnrollMissouri.org is essentially a portal for www.HealthCare.gov. There is some extra information at the Missouri website, so it might be useful for individuals to start here.
INSURANCE ENROLLMENT NOW! HERE'S SOME INFO:
You can enroll in or change 2018 Marketplace health insurance right now. The 2018 Open Enrollment Period runs from November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017. IMPORTANT: 2018 Open Enrollment is shorter than in previous yearsThis is a shorter enrollment period than previous years, so it’s important to act quickly. If you don’t act by December 15, you can’t get 2018 coverage unless you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. Plans sold during Open Enrollment start January 1, 2018.
AFFINIA HEALTH CARE (FORMERLY GRACE HILL)
314-814-8700 to make an appointment
314-898-1782 for Affinia Urgent Care
Breast Examinations, Mammograms, Pap Tests, Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening, Contraception, Natural Family Planning, Infertility Services, Pregnancy Counseling, Pregnancy Testing, Prenatal Care, Community Clinics, Urgent Care Centers, Sexually Transmitted Disease Treatment, Adolescent/Adult Immunizations, Childhood Immunizations, Flu Vaccines, HPV Immunizations, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Pediatrics, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Podiatry/Foot Care, Radiology, WIC, Community Mental Health Agencies, Perinatal/Postpartum Depression Counseling, Outreach Programs
Sliding fee scale to uninsured patients that is based on household income. Six locations,
Affinia Healthcare - North City Location
1717 Biddle St. 63106
Affinia Healthcare - Lemp Location
2220 Lemp Ave. 63104
Affinia Healthcare - North Florissant Location
4414 North Florissant Ave. 63107
Affinia Healthcare - South Broadway Location (Bi-lingual services)
3930 South Broadway 63118
Affinia Healthcare at the St. Louis Dental Education and Oral Health Clinic
1500 Park Ave. 63104
6763 Page Ave . Pagedale
Primary Care Services.
AID TO VICTIMS OF CRIME
Available weekdays from 9:00am-5:00pm. Providing emotional support, referral resources, and education
ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FOUNDATION
Medical Assistance Program
1500 South Big Bend Blvd. Suite 1S 63117
Provides asthma and allergy medications, equipment, education, and support to uninsured and underinsured children. Also educational programs and advocacy throughout the Greater St. Louis area.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSE
24-hour Mental Health Crisis Line: 314-469-6644 or 800-811-4760
BHR provides free confidential telephone counseling to people in mental health crises as well as mobile outreach services, community referral services and critical incident stress management (CISM).
BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES
1300 Hampton Ave., #202 63139
Adoption, foster care, and pregnancy counseling. Also, counseling and assitance to families, refugees and immigrants resettling in the US Several other locations in the St. Louis area.
BJC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
1430 Olive St., Suite 500 63103 (Central)
Several other locations
www.bjcbehavioralhealth.org 314-206-3700 or 314-747-7491
Continuum of services including early intervention services, school-based services, outpatient services, comprehensive children’s services and adult psychiatric rehabilitation services.
CALL FOR HELP, INC.
Comprehensive crisis and other services in Metro East. Calls are answered between 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
CARE SOLUTIONS IN-HOME SERVICES LLC
3830 Washington Ave. Suite 103 63108
Provides non-medical care services t to the elderly and disabled residents of the City of St. Louis and surrounding counties under Missouri Medicaid and Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit Program.
CASA de SALUD
3200 Chouteau 63103
Low cost health clinic for uninsured patients, providing onsite care and health care-related case management.
CENTER FOR HEARING AND SPEECH
9835 Manchester Rd., 63119
Audiology and speech disorder facility treating hearing and speech disorders regardless of ability to pay. Services include: audiology, speech-language therapy, hearing and vision screenings, an Industrial Hearing Conservation Program, hearing aids and community outreach.
CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT HOTLINES
800-392-3738 (inside MO) or 573-751-3448 (outside MO)
CHIPS Health and Wellness Center
2431 N. Grand Blvd. 63106
www.chipsstlouis.org 314-652-9231 Ext. 10 for appointment
Sliding scale or no fee for wide range of clinic services and community programs. Health management for the uninsured and underserved through preventive and primary health care services.
Provides an easy-to-use "search by state" function that provides regularly updated information about federally and privately supported clinical research in human volunteers. ClinicalTrials.gov gives you information about a trial's purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details. The information provided on ClinicalTrials.gov should be used in conjunction with advice from health care professionals. Before searching, you may want to learn more about clinical trials.
CITY OF ST. LOUIS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
1520 Market St., Suite 4027 63103
HIV/AIDS Care, Education, Planning, TB Control, Surveillance, and Intervention Services.
CLICK HERE for STD and TB Testing Location Information.
COMMUNITY BIRTH AND WELLNESS CENTER
8 Church St., Ferguson, Mo. 63135
Offers options and alternatives for pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum care and more. Services include midwifery and doula care, childbirth education classes, and relaxation techniques.
CONTRACEPTIVE CHOICE CENTER
4533 Clayton Ave. 63110
A full-service women’s health clinic that provides birth control, well-woman exams, pap smears, sexually transmitted infection testing and emergency contraception. Same day appointments available.
COVER MISSOURI (The Health Insurance Marketplace)
A project of the Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH) to promote quality, affordable health coverage for every Missourian.
CLICK HERE for a comprehensive listing of dental clinics that provide a variety of services at reduced rates or no cost.
6310 Cass Ave. 63113
Cleanings, Exams, X-Rays at reduced cost.
Forest Park Dental
5600 Oakland Ave. 63110
Cleaning & Exams, X-Rays at reduced cost. Free services for Medicaid patients.
MISSOURI COLLEGE DENTAL HYGIENE CLINIC
405 S. Hanley Rd. Brentwood
Exam, cleaning, and x-ray free of charge.
URGENT DENTAL CARE
9010 Overland Plaza 63114 (at Page Ave./I-70)
314-423-0000 or 314-428-5400
Full emergency and non-emergency dental services. Patients with a dental emergency will be seen by the doctor the same day. If the patient has a regular dentist and is unable to get in, they will provide care and then send a report + x-rays to the regular dentist. They work with most insurance companies as well as Care Credit for those who need a payment plan.
Click HERE for a list of Eye Care/Vision Resources for low income and uninsured. Call first.
EFA: ST. LOUIS EFFORT FOR AIDS
1027 S Vandeventer Ave., #700 63110
www.stlefa.org/ 314- 645-6451
Programs and services provided to individuals infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. Testing provided.
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
3309 South Kingshighway 63139
Prevention and treatment of all forms of child abuse and neglect.
GATEWAY TO BETTER HEALTH
A temporary health care program for uninsured adults in St. Louis City and County. covers primary, specialty and urgent care services for individuals up to 100% of the Federal Poverty Level. sponsored by the Missouri Department of Social Services in partnership with the St. Louis Regional Health Commission.
GET COVERED AMERICA
Resources and planners to connect with your state's Health Insurance Marketplace and let you know what to expect once you get there. Staff assists in determining health insurance options.
GRACE HILL NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTERS, INC. (NOW AFFINIA HEALTH CARE)
Call for an appointment. For more information, call the main number at 314-898-1700.
GRACE HILL CLINIC/AFFINIA AT ST. PATRICK CENTER
Provides medical services. Also may be able to help refill medications if you have medication sheet or bottles showing psychotropic prescription until you are able to get established and seen at Hopewell for medication. You must call to schedule an appointment. No walk ins.
HULL'S HAVEN ADULT DAY CARE
3624 North Spring 63107
Provides non-medical care, activities and socialization to elderly persons and other adults with physical and/or cognitive impairments. Open 24 hours a day. Certified medicaid provider. Private pay fees are based on a sliding fee scale, according to care needed.
LOGAN UNIVERSITY CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH CENTERS
Montgomery Health Center - Campus
1851 Schoettler Rd. Chesterfield 63017
Several locations open to the public.
Domestic violence information and resources.
MEDS FOR EX-OFFENDERS
90 days of free medication now available for ex-offenders from the time they leave prison until they get other funding through Rx Outreach grant. Check website for details.
Drug card for those who qualify, plus many other sources of information and listing of statewide clinics
This link takes you to a page of free or low cost clinics throughout the state of Missouri.
5240 Oakland Ave. 63110
Paraquad’s programs and services provide hands-on, practical assistance for people with disabilities, with an end goal of independent living. Independent living, deaf services, health and wellness center and more.
PEOPLE’S HEALTH CENTERS
5701 Delmar Blvd. 63112
Provides a wide range of health care and social services. Call or search their website for more information and addresses of locations.
4251 Forest Park Ave. 63108 Main location
314-531-7526 800-230-PLAN (7526)
Many health care services including General Health Care, HIV Testing, LGBT Services, Men’s Health Care, Pregnancy Testing & Services, STD Testing, Treatment & Vaccines, Women’s Health Care.
PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (PAP)
Print your own card. Available to all Missouri residents. Rx medication savings of up to 75% at more than 56,000 pharmacies across the country including Schnucks, Kmart, CVS/pharmacy, Walgreens, and many more. You can create as many cards as you need. This card is pre-activated and can be used immediately.
Provides support for those infected, affected, and at-risk of HIV.
PROJECT ARK TESTING HOURS:
THE SPOT HOURS:
Monday-Friday 1:00pm-5:00pm; Thursday evening until 8:00pm. A project of Washington University.
4169 Laclede 63108
Division of Infectious Diseases HIV Program | Washington University School of Medicine
620 South Taylor 63110
24-hour abuse hotline: 314-531-2003
2165 Hampton Avenue 63139
www.safeconnections.org 314-646-7500 x101 | 24-Hour Crisis Helpline: 314-531-2003
Safe Connections offers a domestic and sexual abuse 24-hour helpline, (not intended for child abuse cases), and counseling and support groups for victims of domestic abuse, dating violence, sexual assault or rape. All these services are for ages 12 and up. Also, prevention education workshops and discussion groups for middle and high school students.
SATURDAY NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CLINIC (Sponsored by Washington University)
The Family Care Health Center
4352 Manchester Ave. 63110
The SNHC provides two services: a basic care-focused clinic on Saturday mornings and a specialty-care clinic (depression and anxiety) on Wednesday evenings.
CITY OF ST. LOUIS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
COMMUNICABLE DISEASE - PREVENTION SERVICES
1520 Market Street, Room 4027 63103
Resource for finding free condoms, as well as finding local sexual health testing, treatment and support resources. Lists testing locations throughout the area, including stores, restaurants, agencies and other commercial locations.
STD TESTING AND TREATMENT SITES: CLICK HERE
SLU HEALTH RESOURCE CENTER, PRIMARY CARE CLINIC
1408 N Kingshighway Blvd., Suite 213 63113
Saturdays, 9:00am-12:00pm. Pediatric Clinic Saturday afternoons.
Note: No appointments accepted. First-come, first-served basis. Sign-ups start at 8:00am.
*Free clinics operated by medical school students under the guidance of SLU doctors. Services include: physical exams, vision screenings, pregnancy and STD screening (including HIV), lab tests (includes screenings for Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, and Lead), Hep A vaccinations for adults, vaccinations for patients under 18 years of age (*Please bring vaccination record with you. Pediatric vaccinations not be given without the records), nutritionist, social services during regular clinic hours, and assistance with finding insurance coverage. Also, eye care.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION
A community-based, Federally Qualified Heath Center (FQHC) network that serves predominately low income or medically undeserved populations throughout nine counties in southern Illinois.
ST. LOUIS DENTAL EDUCATION AND ORAL HEALTH CLINIC
1500 Park Ave. 63104
Dental school provides clinical services. Associated with Affinia.
THE ST. LOUIS INTEGRATED HEALTH NETWORK
GATEWAY TO BETTER HEALTH:
For uninsured adults. Apply at any of the locations below. 888-513-14176
1520 Market St., Suite 4034 63103-2625
A network of community health centers, whose doctors, nurse practitioners and other professionals can diagnose and treat major diseases. Services include primary care, dental, eye care, vaccinations, and prescriptions, and more. They accept most private insurance plans, as well as Medicaid and Medicare. Services at reduced cost to those without health insurance who qualify. **If you need care fast but aren’t sick enough to go to an emergency room drop by one of our locations offering urgent care services." Hours include nights and weekends. Check the website above for more information or contact any of the locations below. A referral is not required.
BETTY JEAN KERR PEOPLE'S HEALTH CENTERS
Central Health Center: 5701 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis 63112 314-367-7848
North Health Center: 11642 W. Florissant Ave. Florissant 63033 314-838-8220
West Health Center: 7200 Manchester Ave. Maplewood 63143 314-781-9162
CRIDER HEALTH CENTER
St. Charles: 546 First Capital Dr., Suite 1 63301 636-946-4000
Union: 1780 Old Highway 50 East 63084 636-582-8100
Warrenton: 19515 Brune Parkway 63383 636-456-1500
Wentzville: 1032 Crosswinds Ct. 63385 636-332-6000
FAMILY CARE HEALTH CENTERS
Carondelet: 401 Holly Hills Ave. 63111 314-353-5190
Forest Park Southeast: 4352 Manchester Ave. 63110 314-531-5444
GRACE HILL HEALTH CENTERS
Murphy O’Fallon: 1717 Biddle St. 63106
Soulard Benton: 2220 Lemp Ave. St. 63104
South: 3930 S. Broadway 63118
Water Tower: 4414 N Florissant Ave. 63107
MYRTLE HILLIARD DAVIS COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTERS
Comprehensive: 5471 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr. 63112 314-367-5820
Florence Hill: 5541 Riverview Blvd. St. 63120 314-389-4566
Homer G. Phillips: 2425 N. Whittier St. 63113 314-371-3100
STLHELP (Medical Equipment)
Provides access to free home medical equipment through a recycle and reuse program. Equipment includes
wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, crutches, canes, shower chairs, hospital beds, stair lifts and more.
STRONG START FOR MOTHERS AND NEWBORNS
Seven Signature Medical Group OB/GYN offices participate in this comprehensive program for pregnant women who are Medicaid-eligible. Many additional support services geared to improve outcomes for both mother and baby. Enroll at any time during gestation. Call or visit their website for locations and more information.
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION HOSPICE CARE
11440 Olive Blvd., Suite 200 63141
www.vnastl.org 314-918-7171, Ext. 1254
THIS LINK will take you to a listing of WIC locations in the St. Louis area and throughout the state.
WILLIAMS AND ASSOCIATES
3737 North Kingshighway Blvd., Suite 204-206 63115-1736
Provides preventive health education, disease prevention, health promotion and care services that address health disparities of minorities in the St. Louis Bi-State Region.
RUSTIN'S PLACE DROP-IN CENTER
1114 North Sarah St. 63113
A program of Williams and Associates. Safe haven, free wi-fi, std/sti testing, social activities, health education. PREP available, free pregnancy testing.
SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital
1035 Bellevue Ave., Suite 205 Richmond Heights 63117
The Women and Infants Substance Help provides comprehensive maternity care to pregnant women who are dependent on opioid drugs. It is the only center of its kind in the region. Buprenorphine or methadone prescribed to alleviate withdrawal. Long-term follow-up and support services.
WOMEN, INFANT AND CHILDREN (WIC) PROGRAMS
This link will take you to St. Louis area locations and cities throughout the state.