Community Health Clinics provides free quality medical care services to low income families who do not have insurance.
If you can't afford any health insurance and don’t qualify for coverage through Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), you can get low-cost health care at a nearby community health center.
Most of the free clinics near you are community based charitable clinics funded by grants and private donations.
Free STD Testing & Treatment Clinics
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s STD Report 2018, STDs are becoming increasingly common across the country. In big cities, residents are reporting these sexually transmitted infections at a higher rate than average. Anyone who is sexually active can get an STD(Sexually Transmitted Diseases).
At-home STD testing kit has been around for a while now (some Planned Parenthoods introduced it as early as 2015), it’s def becoming a more and more popular option for people who don’t want to physically go into an office to get an STD screening
STD testing, diagnosis and treatment, including:
- Genital warts
- HIV (testing and diagnosis only)
- Trichomoniasis (trich)
STD prevention, including:
- HPV vaccine (Gardasil)
- HPV and hepatitis vaccines education
We have located 1 low cost or free STD Testing & Treatment clinics in or around Washington, Kentucky which provides a wide array of services. We have partnered with clinics so you can also check your eligibility.
Free Vision Clinics
If you don't have vision insurance for routine eye exams and prescription eyeglasses, there are public and private organizations may be able to help you with a free eye exam and affordable eyeglasses.
The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, doesn't mandate that individual must cover vision for adults. According to Vision Service Plan (VSP), about 62 million people don't have any kind of vision coverage. A Harris Poll survey funded by Prevent Blindness found that One in four U.S. women has not had an eye exam in the last two years.
- Routine Eye Exams
- Pediatric Eye Care
- Glaucoma Test
- Prescription Eyeglasses
- Dry Eye
- Retina Scan
We have located 1 low cost or free vision clinics in or around Washington, Kentucky which provides a wide array of services. We have partnered with clinics so you can also check your eligibility.
There are programs that help people in financial need get the free eye care and free prescription eye wear.
Free Eye Exam
- Medicare: for diabetic patient with glaucoma
- InfantSEE®: for infant age 6-12 months
- Medicaid: Health Insurance for child
- Vision USA: to uninsured, low-income workers and their families
- EyeCare America: for qualifying seniors
- Lions Clubs International: for qualifying seniors
Free Prescription Eye Glasses
- Sight for Students, VSP Eyes of Hope gift certificate programs
- New Eyes: for poor children and adults in the United States
Click on to find out more about free eye care and free prescription eye glasses.