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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Healthcare Resources

HEALTH AND THERAPY SERVICES - Special Needs

For children who do not meet special education eligibility requirements or who may need supplemental physical, occupational or speech therapy services.

St. Paul Children’s Hospital and Health Clinics - (651) 220-6000 (Hospital) or (651) 220-6700 (Clinic)

Courage Center - (763) 520-0520 (Golden Valley) or (651) 439-8283 (Stillwater)

Fairview/University Hospitals - (612) 273-3000 Gillette

Children’s Specialty Health Care - (651) 291-2848

Lifetrack Resources - (651) 265-2335 Optimum Rehabilitation,

Maplewood - (651) 232-7820

Shriner’s Hospital for Children - 1-888-293-2832

HEALTH CARE COVERAGE

County Waivered Programs - CADI & TBI - (651) 266-3613   

TEFRA - (651) 266-3615 General intake for children under 18 (651) 266-4500
Various programs that provide special services for people with severe medical needs.

General Assistance Medical Care (GAMC) - (651) 266-4444
GAMC helps people who are not eligible for other state or federal programs pay for their medical care. Call Ramsey County for information about eligibility requirements and coverage information.

Medical Assistance (MA) - (651) 266-4444
MA assists persons, who meet eligibility, meet the cost of necessary medical care. Persons may have part or all of their medical bills paid by the program. Call Ramsey County for information about eligibility requirements and coverage information.

Minnesota Care (MN Care) - (651) 297-3862
Health insurance for low-income families who do not qualify for Medical Assistance; participants pay a monthly fee based on income.

MN Children with Special Health Needs (MCSHN) - (651) 201-3650
Information, referral, clinic services and assistance with medical diagnosis for children with special health care needs. Health care coverage for income eligible families of children with special health needs.

PORTICO Healthnet - (651) 603-5100
Clinic services, eye exams and prescription coverage for income eligible individuals or families. Small monthly fee, services are available at numerous locations. No hospitalization or emergency room coverage.

Supplemental Security Income - 1-800-772-1213
Provides monthly income to children who meet the SSI criteria for disability and low family income.

HEALTH CARE SERVICES

Face to Face Health and Counseling Service - (651) 772-5555
Health services for adolescent and young adults age 11-23.

Health Start Clinics - (651) 312-1995
Prenatal care program for income eligible pregnant women.

AGAPE Clinic - (651) 632-2189

Arlington High School Clinic - (651) 487-8531

Central High School Clinic - (651) 632-2194

Como Park High School Clinic - (651) 487-8539

Guadalupe Alternative Program - (651) 602-7976

Harding High School Clinic - (651) 778-2884

Highland Park High School Clinic - (651) 690-7667

Humboldt Secondary Complex - (651) 312-1996

Johnson High School - (651) 778-2889
Provide drop-in clinic services at these locations. Call for details of services.

Dorothy Day Center - (651) 293-1919

Union Gospel Mission - (651) 292-1721

Neighborhood Health Care Network - (651) 489-2273
Clinic referral system. Clinics located throughout St. Paul. Quality healthcare regardless of ability to pay. Participating clinics include:

Face to Face / Teen Health Center and Counseling - (651) 772-5555

Family Tree (family planning/STD) - (651) 645-0478

Healthcare for the Homeless - (651) 290-6814

Helping Hand Dental Clinic - (651) 224-7561

McDonough Homes Clinic - (651) 558-2191

North End Health Center - (651) 489-8021

Open Cities Health Center - (651) 290-9200

Roosevelt Homes Clinic - (651) 793-6502

West Side Community Health Center - (651) 222-1816

Planned Parenthood of Minnesota - (651) 698-2406

St. Mary’s Health Clinic - (651) 287-7777
Providing health services to medically under-served people in the metro area. Call for an appointment; M-Th, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm; F, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm.

St. Paul/Ramsey County Dept. of Public Health - (651) 266-2400

Birth and Death Records - (651) 266-1333

Child and Teen Checkups - (651) 266-2400

Family Planning/Women’s Health Screening - (651) 266-1272

Immunization Clinics - (651) 266-1234

Immunization Information/Education - (651) 266-2505

Public Health Nursing/Family Health Home Visiting & Teen Parent Programs - (651) 765-7733

Refugee Health Care - (651) 266-1244

Room 111, Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic - (651) 266-1352

Tuberculosis Control Program - (651) 266-1343

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC Program) - (651) 266-1300

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