Breast/Cervical Cancer Program: Testing and services for women 40+ and uninsured through the Winnebago Health Department
555 North Court, room 217, Rockford, IL 61103
(815) 720-4000 ext. 7251
Bridge Clinic of Rockford: Provides free limited medical care to people age 18 and older that has immediate medical needs but no insurance. Every Saturday from 10:00am – 2:00pm. No appointment necessary (except holiday weekends) Disabled Accessible.
318 N. Church St., Rockford, 61101 - 4th Floor in Second Congregational Church
Center for Sight and Hearing: Offers a wide range of services and products to help individuals who are experiencing a vision and/or hearing loss.
Crusader Clinic: Crusader Community Health is a community-based, not-for-profit community health center. Crusader Community Health strives to ensure that all persons in our community have access to quality, primary health care. Services include dental care, health education, kid’s care, medical care, optical care, pharmacy services, translation, and women’s care.
Crusader Clinic locations:
Epilepsy Education/Support: Epilepsy Foundation: Educational classes and support groups for people and families with epilepsy. Youth council and art therapy for ages 15-25 also available.
Open M-F, 8:30am-5:00pm.
321 W. State St. Suite 208. Rockford, IL
HIV Anonymous testing: Valid ID required. Mondays 10-12 pm, Wednesdays 3:30-5:30 pm, and Fridays 12:30-3:00 pm.
Winnebago County Health Department, 401 Division St., Rockford, 61104
IL Department of Human Services: "One-stop" center for cash & medical assistance, food stamps, and job services. Programs include Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF); Aid to the Aged, Bland or Disabled (AABD), Transitional Assistance (TA), Children and Family Assistance, Food Stamps, Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP).
1111 Avon St, Rockford, 61101
OSF St. Anthony Medical Center Medical Support Groups and Classes: Classes and support groups for various health issues ranging from childcare, cancer, diabetes, cholesterol control, and insurance advice. Classes and groups are free but reservations are required.
Comprehensive list of groups available on the web at www.osfsaintanthony.org/events.html
5510 E. State St, Rockford, IL 61108
Prescription Assistance - Salvation Army: Provides one-time prescription assistance limited to $50/non-narcotic.
416 S. Madison, Rockford, 61104
Rockford Rescue Mission: Hope Clinic: Basic primary, chiropractic, and dental care.
715 W. State St, Rockford, 61101
Rockford Township: Senior Emergency: Emergency prescription and utility assistance for seniors.
119 N. Church St, Rockford, IL 61101
Swedish American Hospital Medical Support Groups and Classes: Classes and support groups for various health issues ranging from childcare, cancer, diabetes, cholesterol control, and insurance advice. Classes and groups are free but reservations are required and can be made by telephone.
Comprehensive list of groups available on the web at www.swedishamerican.org/
1401 E. State St, Rockford, IL 61104
UIC: Any Illinois child from birth to age 21 may qualify no-cost for diagnostic services. Specialized Care for Children can help families arrange, coordinate and pay for their child’s specialized medical treatment when the child has an eligible medical condition and certain financial criteria are met. To find out if your child is medically or financially eligible, please call the Rockford office at (815) 987-7571 or toll free at (800) 382-8569.
Winnebago County Health Department: The Winnebago County Health Department provides services designed to protect, promote and maintain the health of Winnebago County residents. They offer a variety of wellness and environmental health services to all Winnebago County residents. Programs include Case Management Services, Women Infants and Children (W.I.C.), Travel Immunizations and other immunizations, Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics, HIV/AID testing and Family Planning Services. Environmental Health Services include investigation of housing and nuisance complaints and inspection of food service establishments, tanning spas, wells and septic. The lead program investigates lead base paint problems in residential housing. Additionally, the health department manages vital records such as birth and death certificates. Laboratory services include water testing and pollen counts.
Women, Infant, Children Program (WIC): WIC provides nutritious supplemental foods, nutrition education and referrals to other health and social care services through the Winnebago Health Department.
VA Primary Care Clinic: Provides integrated primary care medical services, mental health services, physical therapy, clinical pharmacy, podiatry, and women’s health services to veterans living in Winnebago and the surrounding counties.
4940 E. State St. Suite 3. Rockford, 61108
(815) 227-0081 or (815) 387-5316