Health and Well-Being

We are passionate about creating healthier communities. Through innovative services and programs, it is our goal to help individuals and organizations manage their healthcare and health related needs effectively, efficiently and affordably.

Doctor's Visit

Access to Medical Care

Community Care Clinic

Quality health care and access to primary care, medical screenings and vaccinations as well as free hearing aids and eyeglasses. 

Athletic Screenings and Back to School Well checks are going on at the Community Care Clinic just in time for school sports to begin. Bring the completed Patient Form (below) and your school forms too.  

Patient Pre-Registration

About Community Care Clinic:  The Mission is to provide free, high-quality healthcare with dignity to patients in need, practice the principles of public health in an interdisciplinary fashion, and effect change in the Greater Toledo Area.  We served 8,400 patients in 2021 and earned the Gold Rating from the National Association of Free Clinics Quality Standards Program.

 

HOURS:  Open the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from

4:30-6:30pm inside the Tabernacle.

Other locations have hours on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays - email info@UTCOMMUNITYCARE.ORG for details.

 

COSTS: medications and treatments provided on-site are always FREE and we work with you so that there are no surprise costs while getting you the best possible healthcare.  If outside lab tests are needed, we will help you complete financial aid apllications and determine expected costs based on a sliding scale.

Community Care Clinic - 1st & 3rd Tuesdays

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SERVICES

comprehensive primary care

high blood pressure and diabeted education and management

respiratory therapy and COPD education and management

confidential and free HIV testing

in-house pharmacy

shelf-stable food and to-go meals

work, school and sports physicals

assistance with applying for health insurance

financial counseling

vision screening and optometry referrals

mental and behavioral health counseling referrals

food pharmacy referrals (for those with food insecurity or health conditions requiring special diets)

physical and occupational rehabilitation

narcan/naloxone training and distribution

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CONTACT: for general questions call 419-482-8127. 

For women's health questions call 419-318-2171. 

Si usted habla espanol, 567-318-4707. 

Email info@UTCOMMUNITYCARE.org