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Health Care

Futures Family Health Clinic

Address: 338 S. Walnut St.
Phone: (812) 349-7343
About: provides family planning health services for adolescents, men, and women. Services are provided on a sliding fee schedule based on income. Services offered include annual exam and Pap smear, pregnancy testing, STD and HIV testing, birth control counseling, emergency contraception, health education, birth control pills,birth control shots, IUD (intrauterine device),and condoms.

Bloomington Hospital Home Health & Hospice

Address: 619 W 1st St.
Phone: (812) 353-9818
About: Provides care and support for people who are terminally ill and their families. Training classes for new volunteers are offered twice a year.

Hoosier Healthwise for Children

Address: 401 Morton St., Suite 260 (City Hall)
Phone: (812) 349-3851
About: A state sponsored health insurance program for children, pregnant women, and low-income families. Applicants must meet eligibility criteria. Free or low cost, depending upon income.

Monroe County Public Health Clinic

Address: 333 East Miller Drive
Phone: (812) 353-3244
About: Services provided include screenings for hypertension, hyperlipidemia, elevated blood sugar, anemia, elevated lead, tuberculosis, head lice and pregnancy; health and wellness assessments; communicable disease education. Call for appointment.

Planned Parenthood

Address: 421 S. College Ave.
Phone: (812) 336-0219
About: Services provided include pelvic exams, breast exams, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing and counseling, pregnancy tests, various types of birth control, emergency contraception (the “morning after pill”), as well as abortion services.

Vistacare Hospice

Address: 1801 Liberty Dr., Ste. 103
Phone: (812) 330-9640
About: Provides caregiver relief and companionship
for terminally ill patients and bereavement support for family members.

Volunteers in Medicine Clinic

Address: 811 West 2nd Street
Phone: (812) 333-4001
About: Provides free medical care, including
dental care at the offices of participating dentists, for people living in Monroe or Owen County who lack health insurance and have an income at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. This means that the income must not exceed $20,420 for a 1-person household. For each additional person, add $6,960. To qualify for medical care individuals must fill out an eligibility form about their economic situation and set up an eligibility interview. Children who qualify for health care at the clinic will receive free care at Southern Indiana Pediatrics.