Help Finding Health Care
How Can I Get Free or Low Cost Health Care for Me & My Family?
This site has links to other web pages with information and phone numbers for places with low cost or free health care, or help with health insurance.
For example, if you are looking for a doctor or clinic that will help you even though you don't have insurance, look in the box that says: "What Type of Health Care Help Do You Need?" at the top. Then click on the link that says: "Free or Low Cost Care from a Doctor or Nurse."
If you need health insurance, look in the box that says: "Do You Need Help Finding Health Insurance?" at the top. Click on the links in that box to find out what help might be available to you. Many links on this page help you find resources in your county or close to your address.
What Type of Help With Health Care Do You Need?
This section has information on primary care clinics that will help people with low income or no health insurance.
This section can help you contact your local Community Mental Health Agency and other places offering mental health care.
This site offers information on how to get help with substance abuse or gambling problems.
This section has information on how to find a dentist that treats low income people, elderly people, or people with special needs.
This section has information on low cost prescription drugs.
This section can help you locate your local health department or other clinics with free or low-cost testing and treatment for HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
This section can help low income women get tests or treatment for breast or cervical cancer
This section has links to information on managing chronic diseases like diabetes or heart disease.
This section has information on family planning services and clinic locations.
Do You Need Help Finding Health Insurance?
This section has information on Michigan's "insurer of last resort."
Low income children (under 21), pregnant women, families, blind or disabled people, and people over age 65 can receive help with health care through the Department of Human Services (DHS). Thes section can help you find your local DHS office
This section can help you find medical help provided by your county. Help is available here for low income adults with no children.