Use this search tool to find federally qualified Health Centers. According to the site, people can pay what they can afford based on income. Services include checkups when you are well, treatment when you are sick, complete care when you are pregnant, and immunizations and checkups for your children.
This organization advocates for the issues and concerns of free and charitable clinics, their volunteer workforce of doctors, dentists, nurses, therapists, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, technicians and other health care professionals, and the patients served by free and charitable clinics in communities throughout the nation.
This national organization serves over 10,000 health care professionals and promotes health justice for the mobile poor through practical solutions at the intersection of poverty, migration, and health.
This organization seeks to ensure that low-income immigrant families in the United States can live freely, work safely, and thrive in society. The site includes analyses of the issues facing these populations, as well as descriptions of and links to key cases. It also includes fact sheets about seeking health care and patient rights.
Featured in the film, this organization was founded on the concept of comprehensively addressing the social determinants of health in the community of South Philadelphia. With this in mind, Puentes de Salud runs a variety of healthcare and social-service programs, including after-school tutoring, health-education for adults, and a weekly clinic.