Healthcare

UNITED WAY 211
Dial 211 or 513-721-7900
(Greater Cincinnati) (OH/KY/IN) Call and speak with a representative to find local resources based on your zip code.

ABC Pediatric Therapy Network
513-755-6600
Provides speech, occupational and physical therapy for children.

C.A.R.E. Mission
859-635-4500
Assistance with eye glasses

Christ Hospital
513-585-2000
The Christ Hospital is a 555 bed, not for profit acute care hospital, located in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
513-636-7722
Serving infants to adolescents, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is an international leader in pediatric health care, research and education.

Cincinnati Eye Institute
Assistance with eye exams and glasses. Roselawn location

Cincinnati Health Department
513-357-7200
WIC, Basic health needs, STD screening, grief and bereavement classes, infant and toddler mortality workshops, primary care services-medical/emergency dental-at the scattered Health Centers. Must be a resident of Cincinnati.

Cincinnati Mobile Health Care
513-352-6364
Community Health and Healthcare For The Homeless

Crossroad Health Center
513-381-2247
Diabetes, Diagnostic Services, Family Health, Immunizations, Mental Health, Pregnancy, Primary Health Care, and Women's Health

Elm Street Health Center
513-352-3092
Medical and dental. Areas of family medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, dentistry, and mental health.

Faith Community Pharmacy
859-426-7837
All medications are dispensed in accordance with the Kentucky State Board of Pharmacy regulations.

Gift of Sight Foundation
859-491-8303
Free eye glasses. Must bring prescription

Health Point Family Care Pike St. Clinic (homeless)
859-291-9321
The Pike Street Clinic for the homeless, in Covington, is open three mornings a week and operates on a walk-in basis.

Health Point Family Care Covington, Latonia, Bellevue and Florence Centers
859-655-6100
Health Point Family Care is a nonprofit medical and dental practice in Northern Kentucky. Areas of family medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, dentistry, and mental health.

Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati
513-221-0527
The Hearing Speech and Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati provides a barrier free, inclusive and nurturing environment for anyone seeking to overcome obstacles regarding speech, language, literacy, hearing or Deafness.

InfantSEE
Free eye exams for infants

Kentucky's Health Care Exchange
Apply online or at a Resource Station on campus
1-855-4kynect (459-6328)
Go to the website to apply for medical insurance, including Medicaid for the State of Kentucky. Single individuals making less than $15,850 are eligible for Medicaid.

Lion's Club Kenton County
859-572-2049
Help for families needing eyeglasses, food, and other basic necessities

Lion's Club Boone County
859-525-2263
Help for families needing eyeglasses, food, and other basic necessities

Lion's Club Campbell County
859-781-4298
Assistance with eye examinations and glasses. Campbell County only

McMicken Health Collaborative
513-352-6364
Community Health and Healthcare For The Homeless

Mercy Hospital
513-215-5000
Hospital located in Cincinnati.

NKY Eye Care Center
859-781-2000
Free glasses to children under 21 with medical card

New Eyes
1-973-376-4903
Free eye exams and glasses for poor children and adults. They also recycle donated glasses. Must apply online.

New Hope Center
859-341-0766 Crestview Hills
859-431-0011 Latonia
Free and confidential services: pregnancy testing and verification, abortion alternatives, adoption education and referrals, abstinence and STD information, ongoing counseling, parenting classes, maternity and infant clothing.

Northern Kentucky Health Departments
Boone: 859-363-2060
Campbell: 859-431-1704
Grant: 859-824-5074
Kenton: 859-431-3345
WIC, basic health needs, STD screening, fetal and infant mortality (grief and bereavement counseling), nursing services.

Ohio Benefits Bank
Apply online or at a Resource Station on campus.
OBB: 1-800-648-1176 Healthcare.gov: 1-800-318-2596
Ohio Residents can apply for SNAP (food stamp benefits) LIHEAP, child care and many other supportive services. Residents of Ohio can apply for insurance and for Medicaid through the Ohio Benefits Bank or by going to: www.healthcare.gov

Rose Garden Center for Hope and Healing
859-491-7673
Medical clinic, dental care.

Santa Maria Community Services
513-557-7249
Free eye exams and glasses.

Shriners Hospital for Children
800-875-8580
Care for children in specialty areas of Orthopedics, Burn Care, Spinal Cord Injury, and Cleft Lip and Palate, regardless of a family's ability to pay.

Sight for Students
1-888-290-4964
Free eye exam and glasses. Go to website for more details.

St. Elizabeth Hospital Covington
Emergency Room 859-292-4000

St. Elizabeth Hospital Florence
Emergency Room 859-212-5200

St. Elizabeth Hospital Ft. Thomas
Emergency Room 859-572-3100

St. Elizabeth Hospital Edgewood
Emergency Room 859-301-2000
Behavioral Health 859-301-5900

St. Vincent DePaul Pharmacy
859-341-3219
Assist with prescriptions. Limited medications available

Tri-Health
513-569-1900
Referring service between a network of hospitals to provide patients with the best care for them.

UC Health Clinics West and East Campus
513-556-2564 or 513-584-4457
Appointments are accepted for UC students, their spouses and employees with occupational health issues.

University Hospital Cincinnati
513-584-1000

Vision USA
1-800-766-4466
Free eye exams for low income workers, uninsured and their families

WinMed Healthcare Center
513-242-1033
Medical and dental. Areas of family medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, dentistry, and mental health.