Chapter 5: Health and Mental Health
Section 3: Low Income Clinics
Listing by city.
The Olivet Baptist Community Clinic provides assistance with medical aid for the area located around the church. Every 2nd and 4th Monday starting at 3:00pm, doctors are at the clinic to see people.
Ministries Provided: Medical Clinic, Pharmacy for BMC Patients, Food Pantry (Thursdays 1:00-3:00 p.m.) and Clothes Closet (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00-11:00 a.m.).
Broken Arrow Neighbors is an interfaith organization that provides basic needs emergency assistance to more than 11,000 financially disadvantaged people in the Broken Arrow area.
This program provides food, clothes closet and health clinic.
Provides emergency assistance, food, clothing and free clinic for minor medical needs.
Cross and Crown Free Medical Clinic a medical ministry provided through Cross and Crown Mission, located near downtown Oklahoma City. They do not have set office hours, the clinic is typically open Monday through Wednesday from 11:00am to 4:30pm. Unfortunately, they currently lack the ability to accommodate walk-in patients, so please contact before coming.
The scope of Clinic services includes medical, dental and vision healthcare provided by clinic staff, licensed professional volunteers and other dedicated volunteers.
Through a full range of services, Day Center for the Homeless provides clients with all of the tools necessary in overcoming anticipated, situational and chronic homelessness.
Schedule: By appointment only. Form available online. Saturday 9:00am-noon.
Tip: Children and adults with general medical problems.
9 NW 160th Street
Edmond, OK 73013-2041
A free health clinic sponsored by St. Paul's United Methodist Church and St. Joseph Catholic Church. For adults who do not qualify for any form of welfare and who have no health insurance. Appointments must be made by phone on Thursday afternoons from 1 - 4 p.m. to see medical personnel Thursday evening between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Good Shepherd Clinic provides consistent, quality medical and dental services for the vulnerable members in the community.
Medical services for homeless individuals.
Services for adults include clinics, dental care, pharmacy, labs, eye exams and other low cost health care for the uninsured Norman area residents.
Advanced Wound Center
Exercise and Lifestyle
Spine and Orthopedic Services
Stroke and Neurological
Low income clinic providing primary health care and general care for persons without health benefits also includes pediatric services, pre-natal care and immunizations.
IHCRC provides medical, health education, dental, optometry, behavioral health, chemical dependency, HIV/AIDS prevention and pharmacy services directly to the Tulsa Indian community. Quality health care is provided on a sliding scale fee, ability to pay, basis. Members of any federally recognized tribe and their children under the age of 18 are eligible to receive care. No one is refused services due to inability to pay.
No charge for medical services provided. Open Mondays and Tuesdays on the 2nd and 4th week of each month from 3 - 6 p.m.
The clinic is located in the Capitol Hill Church of Christ at SW 27th and Robinson in Oklahoma City.
General Heath Clinic
Tuesday 4:00 (for appointments later in the day)
(not open the 5th Tuesday of the month)
Saturday 8:30 am to 10:30 am
•General Medical Care
•Pediatric Care (Children)
•Specialty Clinics in Gastroenterology, Opthamalogy, Women’s health
•Prescription Drugs: no narcotics are on the premises
Manos Juntas joins hands in an effort to reach out to those in need. Their missions include but are not limited to the following:
•Operation of Medical Clinics in Oklahoma City and in Central America which will provide health care at no cost to the needy.
•Serve as a vehicle for the collection and distribution of medical equipment and pharmaceutical supplies to the needy.
•Develop and sponsor educational opportunities for talented and deserving students from Central America in order to break the cycle of poverty.
•Promote understanding among people who are diverse in ethnic, economic, and cultural background.
•Coordinate medical mission trips to Central America.
Open on weekdays and Saturdays. Saturdays are walk-ins. Weekdays are by appointment only.
Provides health care and dental care to the community based on income verification. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.
Schedule: 1st and 3rd Monday & Tuesday, 6:30pm-8:30pm.
Tip: General illness and chronic conditions. Licensed charitable pharmacy fills outside prescriptions when possible.
Mid-Del Community Clinic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to providing quality primary healthcare to Oklahoma’s uninsured.
Go to website for more information on counseling, recovery or support groups.
Morton is a Patient Centered Medical Home. Morton Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, is one of Oklahoma’s largest community health centers in the state.
This program provides medical and dental services, legal services, food, housing advice and family assistance. Services include an eye clinic with help for eye exams and glasses.
Provides a food pantry, clinic, literacy program and community programs.
The Oklahoma Caring Van Program delivers immunizations to protect children and adolescents from dangerous illnesses at no cost to their families. The Oklahoma Caring Van Program is uniquely designed to eliminate barriers that commonly prevent children from receiving on-time, age-appropriate immunizations in traditional health care settings.
Oklahoma currently has 68 county health departments and two independent city-county health departments serving 77 counties. Each department offers a variety of services, such as immunizations, family planning, maternity education, well-baby clinics, adolescent health clinics, hearing & speech services, child developmental services, environmental health, and the SoonerStart program.
Go to website to find health departments in different counties.
They do not carry all medications nor do they carry any narcotics. Call first to make sure that the medication you need is on hand. Eligibility requirements apply.
Open Tuesday evenings from 5 to 7 p.m. (approximately) at the site behind the church. Call 918-647-3400, from 5 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays for information.
This program provides emergency food, clothing, personal hygiene kits, eye exams by appointment, and other seasonal services.
St. Charles/ McAuley Clinic:
Located behind the church grounds on State Street, the clinic, in partnership with Mercy Health Center, provides free healthcare (by appointment only) for people in the area living at or below federal income poverty standards. Open on Wednesdays
Tip: General illness and chronic conditions. Diabetic clinic.
Provides food assistance, burial assistance, temporary emergency for shelter, food, clothing, and medical, free clinic for 6-month residents of Tulsa County, who have no other resources and low cost prescription medications.
Health Care Centers
1025 Straka Terrace, OKC 73139
4023 NW 10th St, OKC 73107
500 SW 44th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
3851 Tinker Diagonal, Del City 73115
5320 N. Portland, OKC 73112
111 W. Main St., Fort Cobb OK 73038
201 W. 1st St., Grandfield OK 73546
Nonprofit health center that accepts Medicare, Medicaid and other insurances. Offers services on sliding fee scale based on household income. Provides medical, dental, behavioral health, optometry, WIC, and many other community services.
1025 Straka Terr. Oklahoma City, OK 73139
1237 Alameda St., Norman, OK 73071
721 W. Britton Road, Oklahoma City, OK
500 SW 44th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
1025 Straka Terrace OKC 73139
NW 10th Street Location
Medical: M-F 8am-5pm
Behavioral Health: M-F 8am-5pm
•Medical care for children up to age 18 and women
•Specialty newborn care (neonatologist on site & walk in care for newborns up to 2 months of age)
•Women's health and pregnancy care
•No cost, walk in pregnancy testing