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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 41 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:

Mary's Center For Maternal & Child Care Inc. - Fort Totten Health Center
Location: Washington, DC - 20011
Contact Phone: (844) 796-2797
Details: Mary's Center, founded in 1988, is a Community Health Center that provides health care, family literacy and social services to 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 100 countries, through 8 locations.
Student Health Center At Cardozo High School
Location: Washington, DC - 20009
Contact Phone:
Details: A School-Based Health Center (SBHC) provides a comprehensive primary care services in a school year round. A SBHC can serve as a student's primary health care provider or supplement the services they would normally receive. Each SBHC offers medical, oral, social and mental health services, and education to enrolled students, and to the children of enrolled students.
Student Health Center At H.d. Woodson High School
Location: Washington, DC - 20003
Contact Phone:
Details: A School-Based Health Center (SBHC) provides a comprehensive primary care services in a school year round. A SBHC can serve as a student's primary health care provider or supplement the services they would normally receive. Each SBHC offers medical, oral, social and mental health services, and education to enrolled students, and to the children of enrolled students.
Parkside Health Center
Location: Washington, DC - 20019
Contact Phone: (202) 388-8160
Details: From the start, Unity Health Care has been committed to serving the health needs of our communities. Originally founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP), HCHP provided 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 1997, HCHP officially changed its name to Unity Health Care as care expanded from serving people experiencing homelessness to providing primary and specialty care to District residents. Over the past three decades we have grown into a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health centers and a medical outreach mobile unit. As reflected in our history, Unity is more committed than ever to further unify services in convenient and accessible health centers to make our families and communities healthier.
Unity At Pat Handy Place
Location: Washington, DC - 20001
Contact Phone: (202) 733-5278
Details: From the start, Unity Health Care has been committed to serving the health needs of our communities. Originally founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP), HCHP provided 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 1997, HCHP officially changed its name to Unity Health Care as care expanded from serving people experiencing homelessness to providing primary and specialty care to District residents. Over the past three decades we have grown into a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health centers and a medical outreach mobile unit. As reflected in our history, Unity is more committed than ever to further unify services in convenient and accessible health centers to make our families and communities healthier.
Bread For The City Primary Care Clinic
Location: Washington, DC - 20001
Contact Phone: (202) 386-7020
Details: Since 1974, Bread for the City’s medical clinic has helped to bridge the health care gap for uninsured and low-income adults and children in Washington, DC. Today, nearly 4,000 patients call Bread for the City their medical home. A Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), we provide primary care for all ages. Our dental, vision, and behavioral health clinics only see patients who come to Bread for the City for their primary health care. This allows our doctors to offer high-quality, coordinated, comprehensive services to every patient. The clinic also provides examinations, medications, lab tests, and referrals to patients, regardless of their ability to pay.
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 believe 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.
Unity At N Street Village
Location: Washington, DC - 20005
Contact Phone: (202) 234-0951
Details: From the start, Unity Health Care has been committed to serving the health needs of our communities. Originally founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP), HCHP provided 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 1997, HCHP officially changed its name to Unity Health Care as care expanded from serving people experiencing homelessness to providing primary and specialty care to District residents. Over the past three decades we have grown into a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health centers and a medical outreach mobile unit. As reflected in our history, Unity is more committed than ever to further unify services in convenient and accessible health centers to make our families and communities healthier.
Stanton Road Health Center
Location: Washington, DC - 20020
Contact Phone: (202) 889-3754
Details: From the start, Unity Health Care has been committed to serving the health needs of our communities. Originally founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP), HCHP provided 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 1997, HCHP officially changed its name to Unity Health Care as care expanded from serving people experiencing homelessness to providing primary and specialty care to District residents. Over the past three decades we have grown into a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health centers and a medical outreach mobile unit. As reflected in our history, Unity is more committed than ever to further unify services in convenient and accessible health centers to make our families and communities healthier.
Unity At New York Ave. Homeless Center
Location: Washington, DC - 20002
Contact Phone: (202) 281-3884
Details: From the start, Unity Health Care has been committed to serving the health needs of our communities. Originally founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP), HCHP provided 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 1997, HCHP officially changed its name to Unity Health Care as care expanded from serving people experiencing homelessness to providing primary and specialty care to District residents. Over the past three decades we have grown into a network of over 20 traditional and non-traditional health centers and a medical outreach mobile unit. As reflected in our history, Unity is more committed than ever to further unify services in convenient and accessible health centers to make our families and communities healthier.