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.
FREE Hearing Screening and Hearing Aid Fittings
Can you hear me now? If you're not sure, come by the Tabernacle at 531 Pinewood on Saturday, March 18 between 9am and 2pm for a hearing screening and/a fitting for a hearing aid. This is a free service for people without insurance.
The Hope Center is a community-based support center that is housed at the Tabernacle church. Weekly, the Hope Center hosts a food distribution, providing individuals and families with supplemental groceries, access to a free medical clinic through a partnership with UTMC’s Community Care Clinic, and a host of other wraparound supports for individuals and families.
No preregistration or documentation needed.
Access to Medical Care
Click the above link for details about services, insurance, hours and more. Our goal is to provide quality health care and access to primary care, medical screenings and vaccinations as well as free hearing aids and eyeglasses.
Community Care Clinic - 1st & 3rd Tuesdays
Veterans Guide Advocacy Group
ATZ values and appreciates our veterans. THANK YOU for your service.
Because of this, we want to connect you with Veterans Guide whose mission is to assist veterans with the array of issues they may face, including obtaining proper disability compensation, financial assistance, information on the GI bill, and more. They have some helpful guides you may find useful:
What's important to us is providing resources and help for veterans and their families. We want to make sure vets have all the resources necessary to ensure they struggle with their health and finances as little as possible.
The Mercy Health Mobile Mammography unit is coming to you
The only 3D mobile mammography unit in the are
DATE TO BE DETERMINED, 2023
9:40 a.m.– 3:20 p.m.
at The Tabernacle Church
531 Pinewood Avenue, Toledo
Make a mammogram appointment
by calling 833-MAMM-VAN (833-626-6826)
You may be eligible for financial assistance if you have no insurance or have a high deductible. See if you qualify by calling the Mammography Assistance Program at 419-696-5839. Mammograms are covered by most health plans. For the best coverage, please verify that Mercy Health — St. Charles Hospital is an in-network provider with your insurance carrier
Patient eligibility: • Must be at least 40 years old • At least 365 days since your last mammogram • Cannot be pregnant or breastfeeding • Should be able to easily walk up and down stairs and stand unassisted • No history of breast issues, such as nipple discharge, lumps, pain or cancer in the last two years.