Wesley Health Centers - Norwalk - Norwalk Community Health Center
12360 Firestone Blvd
Norwalk CA, 90650
Contact Phone:(562) 867-7999
Clinic Details:JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.
Location: Santa Fe Springs, CA - 90670 | 1.8 miles away
Contact Phone: (562) 906-2676
Details: Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse (L.A. CADA) is a licensed and certified substance use and behavioral treatment provider by the State of California Department of Health Care Services and the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health - Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. We treat persons with addiction and behavioral problems by providing client-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-orientated services, offered by a committed, caring and qualified staff of licensed, certified and registered professionals. L.A. CADA offers critical services across a wide continuum of care and treatment, including outpatient, intensive outpatient and residential programs. This full continuum of addiction care is available for men and women, ages 18 and over. Services to adolescents, ages 12–17, in an outpatient setting are also available.
Location: Santa Fe Springs, CA - 90670 | 2.6 miles away
Contact Phone: (562) 906-2685
Details: Allen House is L.A. CADA’s premier residential treatment program for men and women age 18 and over. A comprehensive and integrated treatment model addresses complex substance use and/or co-occurring disorders
Details: In 2009 Family Health Care Centers of Greater Los Angeles became a Federally Qualified Health Center, (FQHC) receiving direct support from the U.S. Bureau of Primary Health Care (part of the Health Resources Services Administration). FHCCGLA operates four clinics, the Bell Gardens Medical Center, Hawaiian Gardens Health Center. Maywood Medical Center, and the Downey Family Medical Center. We are also establishing a school based health center at Bell Gardens High School by Summer 2015. FHCCGLA provides comprehensive primary care for men, women, adolescents, and children living in the South East Los Angeles region. Our clinics operate as non-profit community health centers with a goal to provide high quality, coordinated, and complete primary care to uninsured and indigent residents of greater Los Angeles.
Details: The Mission of Lestonnac Free Clinic is to provide free health care services to low-income and uninsured residents in Southern California, through the support of generous volunteers and donors.
Details: Our vision is to expand the health care safety net to marginalized communities through collaboration and partnerships. As one of the few remaining free clinics in the state, our mission is to provide free health care services to low-income and uninsured residents in Southern California, through the support of generous volunteers and donors. We are acutely aware of the shortage of affordable health care services and recognize that low-income and uninsured patients are often forced to make difficult choices between paying for medical care or using the money to pay for food, rent and other basic necessities. We strive to ensure that no one forgoes medical, dental or vision services due to cost or their immigration status.
Details: The American Indian Healing Center (AIHC) is the only healthcare clinic of its kind in Los Angeles County dedicated to providing culturally sensitive, comprehensive, primary medical care to the Los Angeles and Orange Counties large American Indian population. We are dedicated to providing primary care services to urban American Indians who have limited or no access to healthcare.