For further information contact:
Brett Buell, Community Engagement Director,
or Maggie Hannon, Program Director
phone (352) 224-5523
Info about free shelters, meals, street laws, etc. in Alachua County
Download card: Alachua Street Card (PDF)
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Free Medical and Dental Care in Alachua County
Mobile Outreach Clinic, Free medical services. No insurance needed. Operated by University of Florida physicians. Schedule on Website:
UF Shands Eastside Community Practice, free for people without medical without insurance who will need followups (may be closed to new patients now—check). 410 NE Waldo Road, Gainesville. Phone (352) 265–7015. Hours: 8:00-5:00 Monday – Friday. Website: http://www.med.ufl.edu/patients/ufclinics/eastside.shtml
Helping Hands Clinic for free medical and psychiatric care limited to homeless without insurance. 509 NE 1st St., Gainesville. (352) 519-5542 Website: https://hhclinicgnv.org. This clinic only takes homeless clients without any insurance. No Medicaid no Medicare. Services on Mondays, Wednesdays at GRACE Marketplace, and Thursdays (for women).
The Equal Access Clinic Website: http://equalaccess.med.ufl.edu/ .Phone (352) 327-8005. Free healthcare and other services for the medically underserved in the Gainesville community. Run by University of Florida students from the Colleges of Medicine, Dentistry, and Public Health. Clinics offered: Mental Health Clinic, LGBTQ Health Clinic, Women’s Clinic, Eye Clinic, Dental Clinic, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy.
Acorn Clinic Website: http://www.acornclinic.org/ The Alachua County Organization for Rural Needs ( “ACORN”) 23320 North State Road 235 Brooker, FL 32622 Low income clinic and family health care Medical clinic: (352) 485-1133 Dental clinic: (352) 485-2772.
RAHMA Mercy Clinic
Dental at Helping Hands Clinic. Website: https://hhclinicgnv.org/ Clients are screened at our clinic, then transported by volunteers from Trinity United Methodist Church to ACORN Clinic for treatment.
Needy Meds Program Website: www.NeedyMeds.com A resource for people who cannot afford medicine or other healthcare costs