Our team at the Bureau of Health Systems Development recently posted a new interactive website to help people easily locate a clinic that provides free or low cost primary, mental and dental health services to people without health insurance. These Sliding Fee Schedule clinics determine, based on gross family income, the portion of billed charges that the uninsured client will be responsible for. Sliding Fee Schedules are based on current Federal Poverty Guidelines. The interactive SFS Clinics map will help you find a clinic in your community, simply by moving the cursor over your neighborhood, or by typing in your zip code or city. The site also includes a downloadable complete listing of primary care or behavioral health SFS providers. You can also download a mobile app to find federally-funded health centers on the go.
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