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District of Columbia Free Clinics and Community Health Centers

Welcome to Free Clinic Directory's listings for District of Columbia. Our District of Columbia listings include 55 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 county 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 county and begin reading.

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District of Columbia Medical and Dental Clinics:

Big Springs Dental Clinic
Location: Ellington, DC - 63638
Contact Phone: 573-663-3177
Details: Who We AreMissouri Highlands Health Care is non-profit, community-owned organization. Unlike traditional health care practices, Missouri Highlands has a governing body, composed of volunteers from the communities we serve. At least 51% of the board must be consumers of our services. That means you are always assured that Missouri Highlands Centers are… Open to all residents, regardless of insurance status, Provide reduced cost care based on ability to pay, Tailor services to fit the special needs and priorities of local communities, Provide services based on the advice of local residents, businesses, churches, and other organizations; and Offer services that help patients access health care, such as translation , case management, health education, nutritional counseling, and chronic disease management.
Columbia Road Health Services
Location: Washington, DC - 20009
Contact Phone: 12023283717
Details: Unity Health Care, Inc. offers a citywide network of quality health and human services to the medically underserved, regardless of race, ethnic background, or ability to pay.
Community Of Hope
Location: Washington, DC - 20009
Contact Phone: 12022326989
Details: Community of Hope works to improve the health and quality of life of low-income, homeless and underserved individuals and families in the District of Columbia by providing healthcare, housing with suppotive services, and educational opportunities.
La Clinica Del Pueblo
Location: Washington, DC - 20009
Contact Phone: 12024624788
Details: We promote community participation and empowerment through professional care, advocacy, and a vision of healthcare as a human right. Our patients take an active role in their healthcare and form an essential part of our team. Our clients are pleased with the services they receive. We give priority to patients with the greatest health need, who cannot pay for services otherwise.
Marys Center For Maternal & Child Care Inc
Location: Washington, DC - 20009
Contact Phone: 12024838196
Details: Mary’s Center, founded in 1988, is a federally qualified health center that provides health care, family literacy and social services to 24,000 individuals whose needs too often go unmet by the public and private systems. Mary’s Center uses a holistic, multipronged approach to help each participant access individualized services that set them on the path toward good health, stable families, and economic independence. The Center offers high-quality, professional care in a safe and trusting environment to residents from the entire DC metropolitan region, including individuals from over 91 countries.
Unity Health Care, Inc.
Location: Washington, DC - 20003
Contact Phone: 12027157900
Details: Unity Health Care, Inc. (Unity) was founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP) providing primary health care services to homeless individuals and families that resided in local emergency shelters or on the streets of the District of Columbia.  In 1996, the organization expanded when it became the Federal government’s emergency grantee for the Community Health Center Programs, which expanded our patient base to include the underserved, uninsured and working poor residents of the city.  Unity’s mission is to offer a continuum of medical care and human services to homeless and medically underserved people in the District of Columbia.
Bread For The City Medical And Dental Clinic
Location: Washington, DC - 20001
Contact Phone: 202-265-2400
Details: Bread for the City has provided primary medical care to uninsured and low-income children and adults since 1974. Our medical staff includes two full time physicians, a physician assistant, a family nurse practitioner, and more than 40 volunteer physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, residents, students and others.
Remarks: Sliding-fee scale; Bread for the City’s medical and dental clinic is open Monday - Thursday from 9am-5pm, Friday morning 9am-noon, and on Tuesday evenings 5pm-6:30pm.; call 202.386.7020 to schedule a new patient appointment; Medical Fax: 202.265.1970
Pediatric Kids Mobile Medical Clinic
Location: Washington, DC - 20007
Contact Phone: 202-444-8888
Details: Since 1992, the KIDS Mobile Medical Clinic (KMMC) has provided more than 44,000 patient visits to children and adolescents living in the underserved communities of the District of Columbia who are at risk and have poor access to comprehensive pediatric health care services. he mission of the KIDS Mobile Medical Clinic (KMMC) is to improve access for underserved children to comprehensive services necessary to achieve better health care. This mission is based on the belief that every child, regardless of his/her financial means, deserves high-quality, comprehensive, continuous health care, delivered in a respectful, caring and family centered environment—a "medical home." Our pediatric mobile clinic achieves this mission by delivering primary medical care to children, age birth to 21 years, directly in their neighborhoods at no direct cost to their caregivers. While providing primary medical care is our principle focus, we have incrementally expanded our programming to include mental health and social services, education, advocacy and hope to have ophthalmology services in the near future. Only by working as a professional team, can we hope to provide our patients with the services they need. As part of a larger institution of advanced education, our mission is also reflective of Georgetown University's commitment to educate "women and men to be responsible and active participants in civic life, and to live generously in service to others." The KIDS Mobile Medical Clinic is under the direction of the Community Pediatrics Program, which is part of the Department of Pediatrics at Georgetown University Hospital, a MedStar Health Partner. We are a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 program. The KIDS Mobile Medical Clinic staff is a dynamic team of healthcare professionals dedicated to providing quality services to children, adolescents and families. This team is truly greater than the sum of its parts, and includes doctors, nurses, social service providers and an administrative support team. Five days a week, the bright white KIDS Mobile Medical Clinic drives into federally designated health professional shortage areas (HPSAs) and offers comprehensive general pediatric health care services at five different sites and comprehensive adolescent health care services at a two additional sites. The first four sites are located near seven public housing areas with an estimated 2,000 underserved children. Our fifth site is located at an Emergency Homeless Shelter. Our fifth and sixth sites, which serves two public high schools with an estimated 1,800 students, is dedicated to providing comprehensive adolescent health care.
Remarks: Also, we offer on-call services—24 hours a day and seven days a week.
Family And Medical Counseling Service, Inc.
Location: Washington, DC - 20020
Contact Phone: 202-889-7900
Details: The mission of FMCS is to employ state-of-the-art community-based approaches to providing comprehensive services that promote the emotional and physical health of families and individuals, regardless of income or social status. The following principles form our dedicated, client-centered approach to service delivery: We are committed to providing culturally sensitive, compassionate, quality care and support services to our clients in the communities where they live. We belief that serving our community most effectively requires a unique knowledge of and responsiveness to the changing needs of our fellow residents. We strive to link and combine resources with complimentary area-based healthcare agencies in a service network that provides our clients with the maximum benefits in the most cost-effective manner. The following items can help you make the most of your appointment. Proof of DC Residency – one of the accepted documents are below - Utility Bill, Lease, Notarized letter from landlord, Notarized letter from family member that the client resides with, Letter on letterhead from shelter or transitional home. Proof of Income-one of accepted documents are below - Pay Stubs, Letter of award from Social Security,TANF, or other social service agency, Proof of Food Stamp amount, Copy of a tax return, Unemployment letter, A notarized letter Zero Income Statement, Letter from employer. Proof of HIV Status (if applicable) - Labs with CD4 and Viral Load, Letter on letterhead from doctor or HIV testing facility
Remarks: Sliding scale of fees based on income; Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 AM-5:30 PM., Evenings and Saturdays by appointment only.
Planned Parenthood - Northeast Egypt Center
Location: Washington, DC - 20019
Contact Phone: 202.388.4770
Details: Walk-in services always include: Pregnancy testing, Emergency Contraception, and HIV testing. Depending on patient volume, walk-ins will also be accepted for STD screening, well woman exams and starting birth control with medical history/ screening.All other services require an appointment.If you need emergency contraception (morning after pill), you can walk in any time the health center is open.If you are uninsured, you may qualify for a state-funded program or a lower fee scale. Please bring the following documents:
Remarks: Please note our new clinic hours listed above as of June 1, 2011.