Heartland Health Center - C4 Clark - Chicago Low Cost Clinic
4740 N Clark St
Chicago IL, 60640
Contact Phone:(773) 769-0205
Clinic Details:Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) offers a comprehensive range of services designed to help adults, children and families cope with varied behavioral health challenges. C4 views treatment as a partnership with the individual and works to provide a supportive network that enables an individual to heal in a trusted and professional environment, In addition to the primary care services Heartland Health Centers offers, services include counseling, crisis intervention, social services, psychiatry, and client advocacy.
Payment Method:Sliding Fee Scale, Most PPO plans, Ambetter HMO, Aetna Better Health (Dual eligible only - Medicaid/Medicare), Blue Cross Community Family Health Plan, Community Care Alliance (Dual eligible only - Medicaid/Medicare), County Care, Harmony Health Plan, Humana (Dual eligible only - Medicaid/Medicare), Illinicare Health, Meridian Health Plan, Molina, NextLevel Health, etc.
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