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Our Colorado Free Clinic Directory includes 245 affordable and free clinics with several different pieces of information that can help low-income and uninsured people connect with a clinic or community health center in their area. These clinics offer free and discounted rates for medical and dental care. Our city listings include contact information, a listing of services and any further remarks that may be pertinent to our users, such as free services provided, discounted services provided and clinic operating hours. Free Clinic Directory strives to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. In order to achieve this, we highly recommend that our users offer reviews and listing corrections. To start browsing our listings, simply click on a city and begin reading.

Cities in Colorado

Alamosa (7)
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Arvada (3)
Aurora (13)
Avondale (1)
Basalt (4)
Boulder (3)
Brighton (2)
Burlington (1)
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Center (2)
Cheyenne Wells (1)
Colorado Springs (22)
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Cortez (3)
Craig (2)
Delta (2)
Denver (48)
Dillon (1)
Divide (1)
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Durango (8)
Englewood (2)
Estes Park (1)
Evans (3)
Flagler (1)
Fort Collins (8)
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Fountain (1)
Frederick (1)
Glenwood Springs (2)
Granby (2)
Grand Junction (3)
Greeley (5)
Kiowa (1)
Kremmling (1)
La Jara (2)
La Junta (1)
Lafayette (1)
Lake City (1)
Lakewood (8)
Lamar (5)
Las Animas (2)
Leadville (1)
Limon (1)
Littleton (3)
Longmont (2)
Loveland (3)
Mancos (1)
Moffat (1)
Monte Vista (1)
Montrose (2)
Olathe (1)
Pagosa Springs (2)
Parachute (2)
Parker (2)
Peyton (1)
Pueblo (11)
Rifle (1)
Rocky Ford (1)
Salida (1)
San Luis (1)
Silverthorne (1)
Steamboat Springs (2)
Sterling (1)
Strasburg (1)
Thornton (3)
Walden (1)
Walsenburg (1)
Westminster (1)
Wheat Ridge (2)

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Colorado Medical and Dental Clinics:

Summit High School Sbhc
Location: Frisco, CO - 80443
Contact Phone: (970) 368-1134
Details: The SBHC centers provide primary care, oral health and behavioral health services to students, staff and family members at clinics inside Summit and Lake County Colorado schools.
Lake County High School Sbhc
Location: Leadville, CO - 80461
Contact Phone: (719) 486-6981
Details: The SBHC centers provide primary care, oral health and behavioral health services to students, staff and family members at clinics inside Summit and Lake County Colorado schools.
Southwest Open School Sbhc
Location: Cortez, CO - 81321
Contact Phone: (970) 565-1150
Details: Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics (RMYC) nine School-Based Health Clinics (SBHC) provide comprehensive, on-site health care services to students who do not have a medical home or are in need of health services in a convenient setting. Each SBHC is hosted by a school, and services are available to all students enrolled within the same school district as the host school. In 2015, SBHCs served more than 7,000 patients.
Cortez Integrated Healthcare
Location: Cortez, CO - 81321
Contact Phone: (970) 565-7946
Details: At Cortez Integrated Healthcare (CIH), our care team takes an active role with you in your health and well-being. A variety of professionals may be part of your care team, depending on your health goals. A range of options is available to you, depending on your unique needs.
Smiles At Grand Valley Family Learning Center
Location: Parachute, CO - 81635
Contact Phone: (970) 945-2840
Details: Mountain Family is thrilled to be part of the SMILES Dental Project. At SMILES sites, students receive dental exams, X-rays, cleanings, sealants and even small fillings right at school. Registered dental hygienists provide onsite care, while a Mountain Family dentist reviews the work remotely and creates treatment plans. Students with complex treatment needs are referred to one of Mountain Family’s full-service clinics.
Smiles At Bea Underwood Elementary School
Location: Parachute, CO - 81635
Contact Phone: (970) 945-2840
Details: Mountain Family is thrilled to be part of the SMILES Dental Project. At SMILES sites, students receive dental exams, X-rays, cleanings, sealants and even small fillings right at school. Registered dental hygienists provide onsite care, while a Mountain Family dentist reviews the work remotely and creates treatment plans. Students with complex treatment needs are referred to one of Mountain Family’s full-service clinics.
Roaring Fork High School Sbhc
Location: Carbondale, CO - 81623
Contact Phone: (970) 384-6060
Details: Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics (RMYC) nine School-Based Health Clinics (SBHC) provide comprehensive, on-site health care services to students who do not have a medical home or are in need of health services in a convenient setting. Each SBHC is hosted by a school, and services are available to all students enrolled within the same school district as the host school. In 2015, SBHCs served more than 7,000 patients.
Remarks: Services are for all students in Carbondale and Glenwood schools, giving priority to students at Roaring Fork High School.
Mountain Family Health Centers - Mobile Dental Van
Location: El Jebel, CO - 81623
Contact Phone: (970) 945-2840
Details: Since 1978, as others closed their doors to those without private health insurance, we have continued to open ours. From a single clinic we have now expanded into a network of health care facilities along the I-70 corridor from Parachute to Avon, and along the Roaring Fork Valley to Basalt. As a nonprofit, community-led, Federally Qualified Health Center system, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive, integrated health care for all. We firmly believe health care is a basic human right, not a privilege. Mountain Family currently serves more than 18,000 patients. Our system integrates medical, dental and behavioral care - a necessary measure for the vulnerable, who often show up in our clinics with medical problems related to poor teeth, substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety and other complicated combinations. We exceed national clinical outcome goals for childhood immunizations; hypertension control; tobacco screening and cessation; healthy weight screening, nutrition and activity counseling; depression screening and follow-up; early entry into prenatal care; and healthy birth weight babies. We were also recently rated Colorado’s top performing community health system for diabetes control.
Mountain Family Health Centers - Edwards Clinic
Location: Edwards, CO - 81632
Contact Phone: (970) 945-2840
Details: Since 1978, as others closed their doors to those without private health insurance, we have continued to open ours. From a single clinic we have now expanded into a network of health care facilities along the I-70 corridor from Parachute to Avon, and along the Roaring Fork Valley to Basalt. As a nonprofit, community-led, Federally Qualified Health Center system, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive, integrated health care for all. We firmly believe health care is a basic human right, not a privilege. Mountain Family currently serves more than 18,000 patients. Our system integrates medical, dental and behavioral care - a necessary measure for the vulnerable, who often show up in our clinics with medical problems related to poor teeth, substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety and other complicated combinations. We exceed national clinical outcome goals for childhood immunizations; hypertension control; tobacco screening and cessation; healthy weight screening, nutrition and activity counseling; depression screening and follow-up; early entry into prenatal care; and healthy birth weight babies. We were also recently rated Colorado’s top performing community health system for diabetes control.
Basalt Middle School Sbhc
Location: Basalt, CO - 81621
Contact Phone: (970) 384-6060
Details: Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics (RMYC) nine School-Based Health Clinics (SBHC) provide comprehensive, on-site health care services to students who do not have a medical home or are in need of health services in a convenient setting. Each SBHC is hosted by a school, and services are available to all students enrolled within the same school district as the host school. In 2015, SBHCs served more than 7,000 patients.