Other Health Resources

Below is a list of other local low-cost health resources.

Low-Cost Doctor and Community Health Center Information

  • Access To Care

    2225 Enterprise Drive Ste 2507
    Westchester, IL 60154
    Phone/Registration: (708) 531-0680
    Primary care program serving low-income uninsured individuals in suburban cook county.

  • ALL Kids

    1-866-ALL-KIDS (1-866-255-5437)
    Offers Illinois uninsured children comprehensive healthcare
    Services available:

    • doctors visits
    • hospital stays
    • prescription drugs
    • vision care
    • medical devices like eyeglasses and asthma inhalers
  • CountyCare

    CountyCare is a Medicaid program through the Affordable Care Act (Healthcare Reform). CountyCare is an Illinois Medicaid benefits program for adults. To be eligible, an individual must:

      • Live in Cook County
      • Be 19-64 years old
      • Have income at or below 133% of the Federal Poverty Level ($16,105 individual, $21,707 couple – annually)
      • Not be eligible for “state Plan” Medicaid (parent, pregnant, blind or receiving disability income)
      • Not be eligible for Medicare
      • Be a legal immigrant for five years or more or a US citizen
      • Have a Social Security number or have applied for one
  • Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services

    401 South Clinton Street
    Chicago, IL 60607
    312-793-2354 TTY

    Services available:
    • Provides services for Medical and Medicaid assistance
    • Women Infant & Children (WIC)
    • Teen Parenting
    • Mental Health and Developmental Disability resources

Local Community Health Center Information

  • The Health Resources and Services Administration webpage allows you to search for community based health centers. These health centers serve populations with limited access to health care and dental care.

    Services available for:

    • low income populations
    • the uninsured
    • those with limited English proficiency
    • migrant workers
    • individuals and families experiencing homelessness
    • those living in public housing.

Senior Services

  • Illinois Department on Aging

    (Adult Day Services)
    Services available:

    • Direct care and supervision of adults aged 60 and over in a community-based setting for the purpose of providing personal attention, and promoting social, physical and emotional well-being in a structural setting.
  • Age Options

    1048 Lake Street, Suite 300
    Oak Park, IL 60301-1102
    1-800-699-9043 or 708-383-0258
    708-524-1653 TTY
    Services available:

    • include in-home care and adult day services
    • telephone and in-person assistance
    • resources and education
    • nutrition and health programs
  • Illinois Department of Healthcare & Family Services

Dental Services

  • Doral Dental Services


Mental Health Services

  • Illinois Department of Human Services
    (Providers/Partners for the Division of Mental Health)
    1-800-447-6404 TTY
  • Mental Health America of Illinois (MHAI)
    70 East Lake Street, Suite 900
    Chicago, IL 60601
    Services available:

    • Consultation and Training
    • Suicide Prevention Education and Outreach
    • TeenScreen
    • Social and Emotional Learning
    • Disaster Mental Health
  • IL Department of Human Services
    Phone: 866.359.7953
    Services available:

    • Mental health referrals and information