Non-profit agency providing affordable primary health care services for low-income, uninsured individuals living in suburban Cook County or northwest Chicago (west of Pulaski Road and north of North Avenue). Eligibility requirements are listed in Information for Patients
The All Kids program offers Illinois uninsured children comprehensive healthcare that includes doctor visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs, vision care, dental care and medical devices such as eyeglasses and asthma inhalers. Parents pay monthly premiums for the coverage, but rates for middle-income families are significantly lower than they are on the private market. Apply online or fill out application .
Volunteer dentists and specialists serve eligible patients who are without income or low income, and are elderly, permanently disabled or qualify as medically fragile. Application.
Affordable and accessible medical and behavioral health care services for all ages; dental services for children and pregnant women. Provides a wide variety of services for adults and children, including primary care, women’s health care, prenatal care, pediatric care and behavioral health care. Federally funded, open to non-residents, payment on a sliding scale.
Classes in nutrition, physical activity and other health topics.
Partnering with NorthShore University Health System and St. Francis Presence Hospital.
The Illinois Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan (CHIP) is a state health benefits program created by the Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan Act. Illinois residents are eligible for CHIP coverage if they are denied insurance due to the existence or history of a medical condition. Eligible residents may apply for coverage online.
401 South Clinton Chicago, Illinois 60607
Illinois’ Medical Assistance Programs, consisting of Medicaid and numerous other medical programs, cover children, parents or relatives caring for children, pregnant women, veterans, seniors, persons who are blind, and persons with disabilities.
Division of Medical Programs Directory
Official U.S.Medicare database for researching home health care agencies by county or zip code.
Offers free 14-day supply of selected oral generic antibiotics with doctor’s prescription, regardless of insurance or co-pay; also offers free selected free prenatal vitamins, diabetic and cholesterol medication.
Prescription must be picked up at store in person.
The Night Ministry operates in Chicago’s neighborhoods, providing basic self-care supplies, free, immediate healthcare to homeless youth and adults, emergency and transitional housing and supportive services for youth, referrals to other agencies, and a continuum of outreach services.