Clinic Details:The Texas Association of Community Health Centers (TACHC) is a private, non-profit membership association that represents safety-net health care providers in the state of Texas. Our members include Community and Migrant Health Centers, Health Care for the Homeless Grantees, Public Housing Primary Care Grantees, Ryan White HIV/AIDS Grantees, Health Center Networks and other providers who strive to meet the health care needs of the uninsured and underserved. TACHC serves as the federally designated primary care association for the state of Texas.
Services:Behavioral Health Crisis Intervention, Behavioral Health Services, Cardiovascular Disease Care, Case Management, Developmental Screening ,Diabetes Care ,Family Planning ,General Primary Medical Care, HIV Testing, Health Education, Hearing Screenings, Immu
Details: The Source exists to support, care for, and equip women by providing high-quality, whole-person health services. Our vision is that every woman in Texas has access to comprehensive, life-affirming reproductive health and pregnancy care. We are compelled by the love of Jesus Christ to love our neighbors by providing excellent, accessible healthcare. The Source joyfully serves clients regardless of age, race, religion, creed, immigration status, or sexual orientation.
Details: The Hill Country Mission for Health is a charitable health care clinic that provides primary healthcare for eligible adults between 18 & 64 years of age, who are low-income, are uninsured or under-insured, and who reside in Kendall County communities.
Details: Our Mission is to provide community-centered prenatal care and health education to medically indigent pregnant women in the Brazos Valley. Comprehensive, accessible and affordable prenatal care and health education are the best ways to improve pregnancy outcomes. They are also the foundation of a healthy pregnancy, a safe birth, a nurturing family and a viable community. Our goal is to reduce illness and death associated with the prenatal (pregnancy) and perinatal (around the time of birth) periods. Specifically, the clinic aims to reduce the number of low birth-weight infants and the rate of newborn mortality.
Details: The Disciples Clinic of Athens, Texas, is a faith-based community health clinic located at 604 York Street, Athens, Texas. The clinic offers basic medical and dental services for residents of Henderson County, Texas, who have no medical insurance, and who meet income and age requirements established by the Board of Directors. Applicants must work at least 20 hours per week. We are a nonprofit corporation supported by donations and grants. A staff of volunteer physicians, dentists, medical professionals and support personnel provide services at a nominal cost based on the patients ability to pay. The clinic is a non-denominational, community-wide effort to aid those in our community who are in need. The clinic has attracted much support from community leaders and health care professionals of all faiths. By providing these basic medical and dental services we can treat many conditions in a primary care setting which, if ignored, can lead to trips to the emergency room or a hospital stay.
Details: HealthPoint seeks to provide evidenced-based healthcare utilizing a patient-empowered team approach to achieve individual wellness for all members of the Greater Brazos Valley community. We do this through a comprehensive approach to your medical needs, including medical and dental services. Throughout the Texas Greater Brazos Valley, HealthPoint has been serving the people who live and work in these areas. Our clinics are located in several counties through the Greater Brazos Valley, including college towns, suburbs, and rural areas. Our goal is to be the best place for patients to receive care, the best place for providers to practice medicine, and the best place for employees to work. Happy employees make for happy patients!
Details: The mission of Live Oak Clinic is to offer chronic medical care to people you see every day in the Brazosport community - service workers, child care providers and other low-wage earners, whose employers do not include access to health insurance.