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1 August 2012 HEALTHCARE RESOURCES Health, Vision & Dental Care for Adults with Limited Incomes CONTENTS: FREE CLINICS (BY DAY OF WEEK)... 1 OTHER FREE PROGRAMS... 5 PRIMARY HEALTHCARE FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOME (FEES CHARGED) SERVICES FOR VETERANS ONLY SERVICES FOR WOMEN AND THEIR PARTNERS.. 8 SERVICES FOR WOMEN ONLY OTHER HEALTH-RELATED SERVICES.. 9 VISION CARE SLIDING FEE SCALE VISION CARE FREE SERVICES DENTAL CARE SLIDING FEE SCALE DENTAL CARE FREE SERVICES OR SMALL DONATION REQUESTED INFORMATION ON COLUMBUS PUBLIC HEALTH (CPH) PROGRAMS If you have questions, contact the program directly. For questions about Columbus Public Health programs, see pages 8,12 & 13 for information & phone numbers or visit for the most up-to-date version of this list. FREE CLINICS - MONDAY Columbus Medical Association Physicians CareConnection (formerly called Physicians Free Clinic) Free walk-in clinic. No appointment needed. Photo ID required. Does not provide on-going care, work, school or sports physicals. Must be Franklin County resident, uninsured & at 200% of poverty or below (by self report). Location: Columbus Public Health, 240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH Monday evenings. Registration begins at 4:30 pm. Please don t come before 4:30 pm. There is no clinic on holidays or when Columbus Public Health is closed. (614) or Asian American Community Services and OSU Medical Center Asian Health Initiative Free Clinic Free clinic that focuses on serving needs of the Asian community. Asian language interpreters arranged as needed. Provides on-going healthcare. No physicals. No walk-ins. Monday evenings 5:30-7:30 pm. Call for an appointment. Location: 2231 North High Street, 1 st floor, Columbus, OH (614) , ext Xenos Fourth Street Free Clinic Free walk-in clinic for the working poor and homeless sponsored by Xenos Christian Fellowship. No school, work, or sports physicals. No disability, social security, workers compensation or any other type of disability claim will be processed. No dental. No pregnancy testing. No insurance or payment of any kind is accepted. Will provide sliding scale referrals for long term primary care or specialist services. Physical Therapy services available. Optometry services available Compiled by: Community Health Division Neighborhood Health Services; 8/2012

2 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 2 of 15 on the 1 st and 3 rd Monday of each month. Location: 1934 N. Fourth Street, Columbus, OH Monday evenings, 6:30 pm. No appointments. 12 patients seen on a first come, first served basis. Patients must sign in between 6 and 7 pm. (614) , ext FREE CLINICS - TUESDAY Ohio Latino Health Network and OSU Medical Center Latino Free Clinic La Clinica Latina Free health clinic for Spanish speaking individuals. Provides on-going, comprehensive health care including gynecological care for women. (No OB care). Also provides dental care. Medical doctor, dentist & staff all speak Spanish. Usually the 1 st & 3 rd Tuesday evenings but dental is only on the 1 st Tuesday. Arrive by 4:30 pm to register. Patients are seen on a first come-first served basis. Location: 2231 North High Street, Columbus, OH (614) Call for current updates, (614) Clinic Coordinator Vineyard Free Health Clinics Cooper Road Location Medical Clinic--free walk-in clinic located in the Community Center. Must be uninsured, no Medicare, no Medicaid, & at 200% of poverty level. First come, first served. Diagnosis & treatment of illnesses only. No lab tests, injections or x-rays. Clinic does not provide on-going care. Basic work physicals available by calling prior to coming. Christian affiliated. Location: 6000 Cooper Rd, Westerville, OH st & 3 rd Tuesdays of every month. Sign-in begins at 5:30 pm. Line forms earlier. Physicians begin seeing patients at 6:45 pm. 10 to 20 patients will be seen (depending on staffing) on a first come-first served basis. (614) for questions. Xenos/Youth for Christ Free Clinic Free walk-in clinic for the working poor & homeless, sponsored by Xenos Christian Fellowship & Central Ohio Youth for Christ. No school, work, or sports physicals. No disability, social security, workers compensation or any other type of disability claim will be processed. No dental. No pregnancy testing. No insurance or payment of any kind accepted. Will provide sliding scale referrals for long term primary care or specialists. Optometry services available on the 1 st and 3 rd Monday of each month at the Xenos Fourth Street Free Clinic, 1934 N Fourth St, Columbus Location: 40 N. Chicago Avenue, Columbus, OH Tuesday evenings, 6:30 pm. No appointments. 25 patients seen on a first come, first served basis. Patients must sign in between 6 and 7 pm. (614) , ext Grace Clinic Free walk-in clinic. Faith based. Cooperative effort of CMHA, YMCA, Grace Fellowship of Pickerington & East Side Grace Brethren Church Location: Sunshine Terrace, 272 S. Gift Street, Columbus, OH st & 3 rd Tuesday of every month, 4-7 pm. (614)

3 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 3 of 15 Linworth Free Clinic Free walk-in clinic. Faith based. We offer physician visits and pharmacy consultations, and optional prayer. Doors open for sign-in at 5:30 pm and physician starts seeing patients at 6:30pm. We take the first 10 patients. Location: Linworth Road Church, 5400 Linworth Road, Columbus, OH Located on Linworth Road between Bethel and Route th Tuesday of every month. (614) FREE CLINICS - WEDNESDAY OSU Medical Center Noor Community Clinic/Muslim Clinic of Ohio (MCO) Free clinic for eligible individuals whose household income is at or below 200% of poverty & are not eligible for Medicare, Medicaid or any other health insurance. Clinic provides routine medical care, including physical exams & treatment for non-emergency illnesses. Does not provide immunizations, TB screenings or prenatal care. The clinic is run mainly by volunteer Ohio licensed Muslim physicians & health care professionals, OSU medical students & residents. Wednesday nights 5 pm to 9 pm. Call for an appointment on Monday 10 am 3pm or Tuesday 10 am - Noon. Leave your name & contact telephone number. The clinic coordinator will call you back between 4 pm to 7 pm on Monday or Tuesday for scheduling. Location: OSU Rardin Family Practice Center, 2231 North High Street, 1 st floor, Columbus, OH (614) , Vineyard Free Health Clinics Fifth Avenue Medical Clinic --free walk-in clinic. Must be uninsured, no Medicare, no Medicaid, & at 200% of poverty level. First come, first served set-up. We provide diagnosis & treatment of illnesses only. No lab tests, injections, physicals or x-rays. Clinic does not provide on-going care. Christian affiliated. Location: 171 East 5 th Avenue, Columbus, OH Wednesday evenings. Sign-in begins at 5:30 pm. Line forms earlier. Physicians begin seeing patients at 6:45 pm patients will be seen (depending on staffing) on a first come-first served basis. (614) for questions. Vineyard Community Church Reynoldsburg/Etna Medical Clinic--free walk-in clinic. First come, first served set-up. Routine medical care and treatment for non-emergency illnesses. No lab work, x-rays, dental or immunizations. Vision services available as is legal, computer repair and tax (Feb-Apr). We also offer free bicycle repair, donated bicycles (when available) & dog obedience training (May-Oct) on clinic night. A person can only attend ONE clinic on a Wednesday night. Christian affiliated. Location: Palmer Road, Reynoldsburg/Etna, OH st Wednesday of the month, 6:30-8:30 pm (740)

4 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 4 of 15 FREE CLINICS - THURSDAY OSU Medical Center - Columbus Free Clinic Free walk-in clinic that does provide on-going care. Thursday evenings only patients seen on first come, first served basis. Sign-up sheet posted from 7:00 am - 4:30 pm. The sign-up sheet is posted on the garage level beside the glass entrance doors. Patients must sign up and then return at 4:30 pm. Names from the sign-up sheet are called at 4:30 pm on the 2nd floor. Patient must be present when name is called in order to be seen. Patients will begin to be seen at 5:45 pm. This clinic does not provide immunizations, STD, HIV or TB testing, or prenatal care. (See pgs 8, 14 & 15 for information about CPH clinics that provide those services). We only see returning patients once every 4 weeks. Location: 2231 North High Street, Columbus, OH (614) or Victory Ministries Free Medical Clinic Free walk-in clinic for uninsured individuals at or below 200% of poverty level sponsored by Victory Ministries. Offers routine medical care and treatment for non-emergency illnesses. Christian affiliated. Spanish interpretation is available. Location: Living Hope Free Methodist Church, 4142 Westerville Road (one block south of Morse Road), Columbus, OH nd Thursday of each month. Registration begins at 5:30 pm. Doctors begin taking patients at 6 pm. Guests will be seen by doctor in order of paperwork completion. (614) Web Address: FREE CLINICS - FRIDAY Helping Hands Health and Wellness Center Free clinic for the uninsured adult population at or below 200% of poverty level. Faith based. Patients seen on a first come, first served basis. Provides medical care, chiropractic, WORK PHYSICALS, ONLY on Fridays, counseling for depression/anxiety, vision & dental referrals, some medication & lab services for Helping Hands patients, Benefit Bank, social services & spiritual guidance. Donations accepted. Spanish & French interpreters available & other languages if you call ahead. Location: 1421 Morse Road, Columbus, OH Fridays and 1 Thursday a month. Call to find out the clinic dates or check the calendar on our website at Registration starts at 3:00 pm. (614) FREE CLINICS SATURDAY Grace in the City Hardin Clinic Free walk-in clinic. Faith based. Location: 2052 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, OH Saturday mornings, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. (614)

5 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 5 of 15 FREE CLINICS - SUNDAY New Life Health and Wellness Center Free walk-in clinic for the working poor and homeless sponsored by New Life United Methodist Church. Breakfast is offered at 6:30 am. Free clothing room is also available. Faith based. Spiritual guidance offered. Location: 25 W. Fifth Avenue, Columbus, OH Sunday mornings, 7 a.m. 9 a.m. No appointments, first come, first served. (614) OTHER FREE PROGRAMS - VARIOUS DAYS Mt Carmel Health System Mt. Carmel Outreach Program Mobile medical coach visiting scheduled sites to provide free urgent medical care to the uninsured and the underinsured. Call for times for the mobile medical coach. Location: Call for locations for the mobile medical coach. (614) Vineyard Free Health Clinics Cooper Road Location Chiropractic Clinic Must be uninsured, no Medicare, no Medicaid, & at or below 200% of poverty level. Provides evaluation and short term care for those with pain involving the head, neck, back, or joints. No x-rays. Clinic does not provide on-going care. Christian affiliated. Location: 6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, OH (614) , Call on Fridays 10:00 am 10:30 am to make an appointment for a later date. This is the only time that you can make an appointment. PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FOR ADULTS (MEN & WOMEN) WITH LIMITED INCOMES Fees charged. Appointments required. Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. Provides integrated, comprehensive primary care, including OB/GYN and pediatrics, to individuals and families. Sliding fee scale based on income and family size. Minimal co-pay for the uninsured will be explained at the time an appointment is made. Accepts most health care insurances, Medicare and Medicaid. Locations: East Central Health Center, 1180 E. Main, Columbus, OH John Maloney Health Center, 3781 S. High St., Columbus, OH St. Stephen s Health Center, 1500 E. 17 th Ave., Columbus, OH Columbus Northeast Center, 3433 Agler Rd, Columbus, OH West Side Health Center, 2300 W. Broad St., Columbus, OH For all of the centers Call (614) , press #1 to schedule an appointment.

6 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 6 of 15 Grant Hospital Grant Outpatient Care Center Medicare & Medicaid (including Medicaid managed care plans) accepted. Financial assistance available for those without coverage - an application must be completed. There is a $25 copayment due at time of service for those without health insurance. Location: 393 E. Town Street, Suite 116, Columbus, OH (614) Heart of Ohio Family Health Centers Primary care and dental for adults, infants, children, and seniors as well as pre-natal care for pregnant women. Uninsured patients accepted. Sliding fee scale for those who qualif (contact the office for an application). Most insurances are accepted including Medicaid, Medicare, Molina, Caresource, United Health Care, Anthem, Aetna, Medical Mutual. Capital Park, 2365 Innis Road, Columbus, OH (just East of Westerville Road in Northeast Columbus). (614) Whitehall, 882 South Hamilton Rd, Columbus OH (Hamilton & Main, across from Kroger s) (614) Lower Lights Christian Health Center, Inc. Location: Community health center providing family practice services, prenatal care, dental & optometry services. All insurances accepted including Medicare, Medicaid, CareSource & Molina. Sliding fee available to uninsured patients that qualify. There is a minimum $ fee per provider visit. A lab sliding fee is also available for those that qualify. Dental minimum fee is $ Saturday hours are available W. Broad St, Columbus, OH & 777 West State Street, Suite 201, Columbus, OH (614) for appointments Mt. Carmel Medical Center Mt Carmel Health First Church of God Most insurance including Medicaid, Medicare and Molina accepted. Financial assistance for those who qualify. Monday Thursday 8 am 4 pm, Friday 8 am 12 Noon. Location: First Church of God, 3480 Refugee Rd, Columbus, OH (614) Call for an appointment. Mt Carmel Health Reynoldsburg High School Most insurance including Medicaid, Medicare and Molina accepted. Financial assistance for those who qualify. Monday Friday, 8 am 4:30 pm. Open every other Saturday. Location: Reynoldsburg High School, 6699 E. Livingston Ave, Reynoldsburg, OH (614) Call for an appointment.

7 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 7 of 15 Mt Carmel Health Church for All People Most insurance including Medicaid, Medicare and Molina accepted. Financial assistance for those who qualify. Monday Thursday 8 am 4 pm, Friday 8 am 12 Noon. Location: United Methodist Church for All People, 946 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH (614) Call for an appointment. Riverside Methodist Hospital Community Medicine Sliding fee scale. Accepts most health insurances. Bring I.D. (driver s license, etc.) & 3-month income verification. Location: 3595 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio (614) Nationwide Children s Hospital and OSU South High Center for Primary Care Sees adults & children. Financial assistance available. Medicare and Medicaid accepted. Location: 1392 S. High Street, Columbus, OH (614) Press prompt #1 or hold for a live person. Southeast, Inc. Healthcare Services Southeast provides primary care and behavioral health care for adults and children with a focus on working with vulnerable populations and with people who experience homelessness. Dental services are available ½ day a week. Full pharmacy service is also available. No co-pay for primary care and behavioral health care for people with incomes under 100% of federal poverty guidelines. Co-pays for medication prescriptions are on a sliding scale with a minimal co-pay for those under 100% of poverty. All insurance, Medicaid and Medicare are accepted. By appointment Monday through Friday (8:30 4:30). Call for same day appointment availability. Walk-in slots available daily until 2 pm at 16 W. Long Street and Tuesdays and Fridays at the Faith Mission Health Clinic. Locations: Southeast, Inc., 16 West Long Street (corner of Long and High), Columbus Southeast at Faith Mission Clinic, 315 E. Long Street, Columbus Mobile Health Coach provides services at homeless shelters and other locations in Columbus. For all locations (614) FOR VETERANS ONLY Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center Provides comprehensive health care for eligible veterans (persons who ve served in the active military & were discharged/released under conditions other than dishonorable) may qualify as may some Reservist & National Guard members. Call for an application. By appointment. Location: 420 North James Road, Columbus, OH (614)

8 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 8 of 15 Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan)/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) Program Provides comprehensive care and case management to the returning OEF/OIF veterans in a 13 county area in Central Ohio. The services are provided on an outpatient basis. Walk-in or call for an appt. Mon. 7a-5:30p, Tues. 7a-4:30p, Wed. 8a-5:30p, Thurs. 8a-5:30p & Fri 7a-4:30p. Location: Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center, 420 N. James Rd, Columbus, OH (614) for appointments, scheduling and enrollment. FOR WOMEN & THEIR PARTNERS FEES CHARGED. APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED Columbus Public Health- Women s Health Services and Family Planning Center Provides comprehensive pregnancy care services, well-women s health care and family planning. Services include prenatal care, pregnancy tests, screenings for breast & cervical cancer, annual gynecological exams that include pap smears, breast exams & minor gynecological problems. Provides preconception counseling, reproductive life planning, birth control services, focused exams, seasonal immunizations & screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections of women & their partners. The clinic accepts for payment: Cash; Medicaid; Medicaid Healthy Family; Medicaid Healthy Start; Medicaid-Family Planning; Medicare Part B, CareSource, Molina Health Care of Ohio & United Health Care; MasterCard, Visa: and Discover Card. Fees for non-insured clients are based on a sliding fee scale. No one is denied care for inability to pay. Monday through Friday by appointment. Walk-in pregnancy tests at specified hours. Location: 240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH (614) or Phone for NEW Pregnancy Patients: Pregnancy Care Connection (614) or (614) FOR WOMEN ONLY FEES CHARGED. APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED Riverside Methodist Hospital OB/GYN Community Care Sliding fee scale. Accepts most health insurance. Bring I.D. (driver s license, etc.) & 3-month income verification. Accepts new OB patients with proof of pregnancy. All referrals must go through Pregnancy Care Connection. Phone Location: 3535 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, OH (614) Heart of Ohio Family Health Centers Location: Free pregnancy testing, nutrition and pregnancy education, pre-natal care, ultrasound, referral services, and post partum care. Pediatric care and immunizations for newborns, children, and adolescents. Continued health care mothers and babies. Uninsured patients accepted. Sliding fee scale for those who qualify. (contact the office for an application) Most insurances accepted including Medicaid, Molina, Caresource, Medicare, United Health Care, Anthem, Aetna, Medical Capital Park, 2365 Innis Road, Columbus, Ohio (just East of Westerville Road in Northeast Columbus)

9 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 9 of 15 (614) Whitehall, 882 South Hamilton Road, Columbus Ohio (Hamilton & Main across from Kroger s) (614) FOR WOMEN ONLY NO FEE CHARGED. APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP) Provides breast and cervical cancer screening services for women between the ages of 40 to 64 yrs of age, are uninsured and live in households with an income of 200% or less than the federal poverty level. Services include mammograms, Pap tests, diagnostic services, if needed, and case management services. Program office can be reached Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Heart of Ohio Family Health Centers Free pregnancy testing for all regardless of income. (Pre-natal care services at discounted costs based on income; Medicaid and other insurance accepted) Capital Park 2365 Innis Road, Columbus, Ohio (just East of Westerville Road in Northeast Columbus) (614) Whitehall 882 South Hamilton Road, Columbus Ohio (Hamilton & Main across from Kroger s) (614) OTHER HEALTH RELATED SERVICES FOR MEN & WOMEN Columbus Cancer Clinic Location: Provides low cost cancer screening exams for men and women. (Do not have to live in Franklin County.) For men, a head to toe exam including skin, lymph nodes, and testicles is available. For men age 50 and older, a prostate exam and the PSA blood test is provided. For women age 18 and older, a head to toe exam including skin, lymph, breast & Pap test is provided. Screening mammograms are also available for women age 35 and older. Medicare and Medicaid accepted. Sliding fee scale available based on income. By appointment. Monday Friday, 8:00 am 4:30 pm W. Mound St., Columbus, OH (LifeCare Alliance building) Off site clinics and mammography are also available. (614) Healthcare for the Homeless - Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. Location: Primary health care, dental, vision, case management & outreach services for individuals with established homeless status. Intake assessment is required. Various sites. Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm. (614) for additional information.

10 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 10 of 15 Lung Health Clinic - The Breathing Association Location: Mobile Unit: Provides lung health screenings, on-going lung health care, comprehensive assessments & physical exams, chest x-rays, spirometry testing, asthma & COPD education & medication assistance to individuals with pulmonary or tobacco related diseases for persons with or without insurance. No co-pay will be collected. Also provides initial assessment & physical exam if a client has no healthcare provider & work physicals at no cost to individuals who financially qualify at or below 200% of the poverty level. Financial screening completed through the HEAP office at same location for clients served at the 1520 Old Henderson Rd location. Call the HEAP office (614) to schedule or The Lung Health Clinic at (614) for more information. Clinic at 1520 Old Henderson Rd. Columbus, Ohio Bus passes available for those who qualify. Monday & Wednesday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Closed at lunch from 12 Noon 1 pm. Call (614) for more information. Same services provided for free for those who qualify at or below 125 % of the poverty level on a mobile medical unit in multiple locations in Franklin County. Financial qualification & scheduling completed at IMPACT Community Action, 700 Bryden Rd. Call (614) to schedule. Location of mobile medical van varies. Call IMPACT Community Action at 700 Bryden Rd. (614) or visit Tuesday and Thursday 9 am to 3 pm. Closed at lunch from 12 Noon-1 pm. Pregnancy Care Connection Central scheduling for prenatal care at the Columbus Public Health Perinatal clinic, area hospital clinics & Columbus Neighborhood Health Centers. Monday-Friday, 8:30 am 4:30 pm (614) , VISION CARE - SLIDING FEE SCALE PROGRAMS Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. Lowest eye exam charge, based on sliding fee, is $35. Lowest cost for glasses is $30. You may bring your own frame and we will price the lenses accordingly. Some insurances are accepted. We accept cash or credit card. Locations: East Central Health Center Vision Clinic, 1180 East Main Street, Columbus OH West Side Health Center Vision Clinic, 2300 W. Broad Street, Columbus OH For both locations, Call (614) , press #1 to schedule an appointment, Lower Lights Christian Health Center, Inc. (in cooperation with The Ohio State University College of Optometry) Eye exam & vision services available to Medicare, Medicaid & uninsured. Sliding fee based on income. Location: 1160 W. Broad Street, Columbus, OH (614)

11 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 11 of 15 VISION CARE - FREE PROGRAMS Prevent Blindness Ohio Free eye exams & eyeglasses to qualified individuals. Services provided in connection with social service agencies, located throughout the Columbus area, that submit referrals to the Vision Care Outreach Program. Ask a social service agency you are currently working with to see if they are a partnering agency with Prevent Blindness Ohio or call for more information. (614) Faith Mission Vision Clinic (in cooperation with The Ohio State University College of Optometry) Location: Free comprehensive eye examinations for those without insurance. Serves the homeless living in Faith shelters or others referred by public or non-profit agencies. Residents of Faith Mission and Prevent Blindness Ohio referrals are provided glasses when prescribed. All others will receive a copy of their glasses prescriptions & a list of community resources at completion of the exam. Glasses repaired when possible on a walk in basis at no charge. Tues., Thurs & Fri 8:30 am 12 noon and 1 pm 4 pm. Exam appointments required. Faith Mission Clinic, 315 E. Long Street, (2 nd floor in the back of the building) Columbus, OH (614) , ext Stowe Baptist Church Eye Clinic Eye exams with voucher for glasses. Donations requested. Location: 888 South Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH Various days of the month depending on doctor availability. Appointments required. (614) Call for an appointment. Vineyard Free Health Clinics Free eye exams. Information provided for obtaining discounted eyeglasses. Christian affiliated. Must be uninsured, no Medicare, no Medicaid, & at or below 200% of poverty level. Location: 171 East 5 th Avenue, Columbus, OH & 6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, OH ((614) , Call on Fridays 10:00 am 10:30 am to make an appointment for a later date. These are the only times that you can make an appointment. Vineyard Community Church Reynoldsburg/Etna Free eye exams and limited eyeglasses. We do not write prescriptions for contacts. Christian affiliated. Location: Palmer Road, Reynoldsburg/Etna, OH st Wednesday of the month, 6:30-8:30 pm (740) Vision Care Fund - OSU College of Optometry Free eye exam & glasses to qualified individuals. Send a copy of your last year's tax return or current pay stub along with your name and a working phone number and mail it to: Vision Care Fund c/o Doris Ball 338 West 10 th Avenue

12 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 12 of 15 Vision USA Columbus, OH or by fax to: (614) You will receive a phone call to complete the screening process & schedule an appointment. (614) if you have any questions. Calls are returned weekly. Free eye exam and glasses ($ administrative fee for glasses) to children & adults who qualify. This includes having a job or living in a household with one working member, having no vision insurance, having an income below an established level based on household income & not having had an eye exam in 2 years. Application in English & Spanish is available on line at or application can be done by phone , 8 am 8 pm EST, Monday through Friday. Xenos Fourth Street Free Clinic Free Optometry services. Provides free exam & in many cases free glasses. No insurance or payment of any kind is accepted. No disability claims will be processed. Patient must have no insurance of any kind. Income must be under 200% of the Federal poverty guidelines. Location: 1934 N. Fourth Street, Columbus, OH st & 3 rd Monday of each month Patients must register between 6 and 7 pm. Maximum of 5 patients per night seen on a first come first served basis. Closed on Federal Holidays that fall on Mondays. (614) , ext DENTAL CARE - SLIDING FEE SCALE PROGRAMS Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. Franklin County residents only. Low cost dental care. Fillings, exams, cleanings and extractions (no wisdom teeth). Medicaid and private insurance accepted. Sliding Fee Scale based on household income. To qualify for the sliding fee, you must bring 2 current pay stubs (within the last 30 days) or Social Security award letter. Call for a complete list of acceptable proof. You must also bring a current electric, gas or home phone bill and a picture ID. If you have any questions, please contact the clinic you wish to visit. 7:45 am Monday Friday - Emergency walk in available. Bring household income, proof of residency and ID. Fees start at $40 with proof, $279 without proof. Location: East Central Health Center Dental Clinic, 1180 East Main Street, Columbus, OH (614) for appointment. Location: Parsons Avenue Dental Clinic, 240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH (614) for appointment. Location: West Side Health Center Dental Clinic, 2300 West Broad Street, Columbus, OH (614) for appointment. Lower Lights Christian Health Center, Inc Limited dental services available to health center medical patients. Sliding Fee based on income for the uninsured. Dental minimum fee is $

13 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 13 of 15 Location: 1251 W. Broad Street, Columbus, OH (614) Dental OPTIONS Links people in need with dentists who will treat low-income patients (those who do not quality for Medicaid) at reduced fees. Hours & locations arranged for eligible individuals. (614) or 1-(888) DENTAL CARE - FREE OR SMALL DONATION REQUESTED Dentists CareConnection Single tooth extractions only, for the uninsured with incomes up to 200% of the federal poverty level. First come, first served, limited spaces available Location: Columbus Public Health, 2 nd floor, 240 Parsons, Columbus, OH nd & 4 th Mondays of the month, registration starts at 5:00 pm (614) Stowe Baptist Church Dental Clinic Emergency dental care (Extractions only). Donation of at least $10 per extraction requested. Location: 888 South Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH First come, first served every Monday night & the 1 st & 3 rd Thursday nights. (Usually the first 12 persons are seen). Door will open at 1 pm for waiting inside. Dental services start around 5:45 pm. (614) Call Mondays if you need information. Vineyard Free Health Clinics Dental Cooper Road Dental exams, fillings, extractions & cleanings. No bridgework, orthodontics or dentures. Does not provide on-going care. Must be uninsured, no Medicare, no Medicaid & at or below 200% of poverty level. Christian affiliated. Location: 6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, OH (614) , Call on Fridays 9:00 am-9:45 am to make an appointment for a later date. These are the only times that you can make an appointment. Vineyard/Xenos 5th Ave Dental Clinic Walk-in clinic for residents of any zip code. Must be uninsured, no Medicare, no Medicaid, & at or below 200% of poverty level. Patients will be seen on a first come, first served basis. Dental exams, fillings, extractions & cleanings. No bridgework, orthodontics or dentures. Does not provide on-going care. No wisdom teeth, bridgework, orthodontics or dentures. Christian affiliated. Location: 171 E. 5 th Avenue, Columbus Every Thursday evening, first come, first served. (Usually the first 4 people are seen). Registration starts at 5:30 pm. Line forms earlier. (614) (option 5) for information.

14 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 14 of 15 INFORMATION ON COLUMBUS PUBLIC HEALTH (CPH) PROGRAMS For Birth Certificates, Immunizations, Sexual Health & Tuberculosis clinics 240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, OH Note that these programs now accept debit and credit cards including Visa, Master Card, and Discover. Birth and Death Certificates (Vital Statistics) Registers & issues certified copies of Franklin County birth & death certificates dating back to There is a fee of $25 for each certified copy. Payment for certified copies of birth or death certificates is due prior to receipt of the documents at our Cashier s Office. The Cashier s Office accepts cash, personal checks, certified checks, money orders, or debit or credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card only). Same day service for birth & death certificates Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8 am 12 Noon & Wednesday 9 am 12 Noon. Requests for certified copies of birth certificates will be processed on a mail out or next business day pick-up basis only. Pickup window open 8 am 4:15 pm Monday, Tuesday & Thursday and 9 am 4:15 pm Friday. Debit/Credit card service is available by telephone ( ) via fax ( ) or online at There is an additional $9.95 service fee for debit/credit card service. Mail requests take about 7-10 business days. Newborn certificates take about 8-10 weeks to be received from the hospital & registered in our office. Application forms are available online at (614) Immunization Services (Childhood and Adult Shots) No appointment needed. Shots for children under 19 years at minimal cost. Medicaid, Medicare Part B, CareSource, Molina and most private insurance plans are accepted. Card must be presented at time of service. No child turned away if the family is unable to pay. Some adult shots are available at cost of the vaccine, plus a $15.00 administration fee per visit. Please note that the clinic may close early due to patient volume. Monday, Thursday and Friday 8:00 am 4:15 pm Tuesday 11:00 am 6:15 pm Wednesday CLOSED 2 nd Saturday of every month 8:00 am 12 Noon Worthington Clinic - 3 rd Tuesday of the month 1:00 pm 4:00 pm (Worthington Clinic: 600 High Street, Worthington, Ohio) (614) Sexual Health Clinic (Testing for HIV & other sexually transmitted infections) Information, confidential diagnosis & treatment for most sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Referrals are given for other community resources, as well as for HIV medical care and case management. Medicare B, Medicaid, CareSource, Molina Health Care of Ohio, United Health Care & other insurances accepted. Fees for non-insured clients based on a sliding fee scale. No one is turned away because they cannot pay. ID requested. This is a walk-in clinic. When all daily patient slots are full, registration may end early due to patient volume. Monday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm Tuesday 9:30 am - 6:00 pm Wednesday 7:00 am 10:30 am Thursday and Friday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

15 HEALTH, VISION & DENTAL CARE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS WITH LIMITED INCOMES Page 15 of 15 (614) Tuberculosis (TB) Control Program Services include: Direct Observational Therapy, Case management of active TB patients, Contact TB case investigations & follow-up, Treatment for Latent TB Infection, and CDC Division of Quarantine Referrals. Fee for services apply. Medicare, Medicaid, CareSource, Molina Health Care of Ohio, & United Health Care accepted. Fees for non-insured clients based on a sliding fee scale. No one will be turned away due to inability to pay. The TB Clinic sees clients by appointment. Monday and Tuesday 8 am 3:30 pm Wednesday and Thursday 8 am - 11:30 am Friday By appointment only Medications to treat active TB Disease are administered through the Direct Observed Therapy/ Outreach Program. The TB Clinic schedules appointments to treat Latent TB Infection for clients if they have documentation of a positive TB screening and have had an x-ray, which is read by a radiologist to rule out active TB disease. (614) : For information, hours & to schedule an appointment. CPH does not provide the Tuberculin Skin Test (TST). To get screened -- Go to your primary care doctor or Go to: The Little Clinic at Kroger Take Care Clinic at Walgreens Minute Clinic at CVS Cost will be between $20 and $30 for the TST or Go to Healthy Hands Free Clinic TB testing done for work or school physicals on Wednesday before the first Friday clinic once a month. $5 donation. Must be able to come back on Friday for reading of test. See or call (614) for details. Other Columbus Public Health Phone Numbers (all are 614 area code) Alcohol and Drug Abuse Car Seat Program Environmental Healthy Homes Lead Screening Maternal & Child Health Home Visiting Neighborhood Health WIC For Columbus Public Health programs not listed and for City of Columbus phone calls and information, call: 311 or or go to

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