Free Clinic Resources

The Kind Clinic

  • Fee covered by insurance, uninsured fee covered by donations (Non-Profit organization)
  • Services aimed to battle and prevent sexually transmitted diseases and gender affirming care 

All of our clinical services are offered to you for FREE! You will have a patient advocate as part of your care team to help with linkage to assistance programs to cover the cost of medications. Although most of our patients are able to receive medication at no cost there are a few instances where a patient may pay a low cost for a prescription.

Address(es):

101 W Koenig Ln, Austin, TX 78751

Hours:

Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 9:00am-11:45am and 12:45 pm-5:00 pm

Wednesday: 11:00 am-2:45 pm and 3:45pm-7:00pm

Contact Information:

(833) 937-5463 / (833) WER-KIND

https://kindclinic.org/

 

Northwest Austin Universal Health Clinic

  • Free clinic, allows uninsured and under-insured adults
  • Primary care services include wellness checks, allergies, and influenza
  • New patients have a SUGGESTED donation of $30(although no donation is required) while returning patients have a SUGGESTED donation of $25

NAUHC is a North Austin based 501(c)(3) community healthcare clinic that helps uninsured and under-insured adults build healthier, happier lives, and be more productive.

Address(es):

13740 Research Blvd Building P, Suite 3, Austin, TX 78750

Hours:

Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM, CLOSED Saturday & Sunday

Contact Information:

(512) 956-0823

info@nauhc.org

https://www.nauhc.org/

 

 

Federally Qualified Healthcare Centers

FQHCs provide affordable healthcare on a sliding fee scale to under and uninsured populations. FQHCs generally accept Medicare and Medicaid, and often accommodate uninsured individuals.

Baylor Scott and White

  • Sliding-scale cost policy,those that are uninsured and under-insured can receive Financial Assistance which greatly decreases cost
  • Services aimed to combat a variety of illnesses and disorders, also offers fitness and care assistance

At Baylor Scott & White Health, we’re proud of the national and local recognitions we receive. It means our efforts toward healthcare excellence are not going unnoticed. But it’s not about us. It’s about you and the confidence you find in turning to an award-winning health system for your family’s care.

Address(es): 

200 E Cesar Chavez St Ste G140

Hours:

Monday-Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM

Contact Information:

(512) 654-4100

No main email

https://www.bswhealth.com/locations/austin-downtown-clinic?utm_source=google-mybusiness&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=yextlistings&y_source=1_MTM0MTE2NDUtNzE1LWxvY2F0aW9uLmdvb2dsZV93ZWJzaXRlX292ZXJyaWRl

 

People’s Community Clinic

  • Sliding scale fee, allows uninsured and homeless patients
  • Multiple facilities and programs, including Center for Adolescent Health and Parenting Program

The mission of People’s Community Clinic is to improve the health of medically underserved and uninsured Central Texans by providing high quality, affordable health care with dignity and respect.

Address(es):

1101 Camino La Costa Austin, TX 78752

Hours:

Monday-Friday: 8 AM – 4:30 PM

Contact Information:

512-478-4939

volunteer@austinpcc.org

https://www.austinpcc.org/

 

 

Homeless Centers

Austin Resource Center for the Homeless

  • Non-profit, free services, allows uninsured patients
  • Open to women and men (adult men provided with night sleep who receive case management to get into housing)

The shelter is a place where individuals experiencing homelessness become clients, where clients receive information on how and where to access a wide range of services, and where basic services such as restrooms, showers, lockers, laundry, internet access, and mail pick up are provided daily.

Address(es):

500 East Seventh Street Austin, TX 78701

Hours:

Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 11:30 am and 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm (Closed for lunch 11:30 am – 12:30 pm)

Contact Information:

512-978-9920

PO BOX 2509, Austin, TX 78768

https://frontsteps.org/who-we-are/shelter-services/

 

Austin Shelter for Women and Children

  • Non-profit, free services, allows uninsured patients
  • Approximate stay is 90 days, clients work on plans to acquire permanent housing and increase skills and income for people
  • Open to women and children

The Austin Shelter for Women and Children (ASWC) is a low barrier, housing focused emergency shelter serving women and dependent children experiencing homelessness.  Our goal as operator of the program is to provide “wrap-around” services designed to assist homeless women in ensuring that homelessness is brief, rare, and non-recurring.

Address(es):

4613 Tannehill Lane Austin, TX 78721

Hours:

Open 7 days, 24 hours a week

Contact Information:

512-933-0600

No main email

https://salvationarmyaustin.org/austin-shelter-for-women-and-children/

 

 

Other Healthcare Resources

Family Medicine Austin

  • Fee covered by insurance, fee for uninsured covered by out-of-pocket finances
  • Single facility aimed to aid against multiple disorders and illnesses

Finding a medical practice that offers a full spectrum of care for every stage of life can be challenging. Family Medicine Austin provides comprehensive preventive, diagnostic, and disease management care for individuals and families throughout the Austin, Texas area.

Address(es): 6633 East Highway 290, Suite 300, Austin, TX 78723

Hours: 

Monday – Friday 7:30AM – 5:30PM (Walk-Ins Welcome)

Contact Information:

(512) 872-6868

No main email

https://www.clinicashispanas.com/?lang=en

 

 

By Specific Resource

Below is a list of the previously listed healthcare clinics, organized by what services are offered at each location. Be sure to contact the specific healthcare center to clarify which resources they offer, as this may change over time.

Family Practice & Services

Therapy, annual check ups, and planning for families

  • Family Medicine Austin – page 7
    • 6633 East Highway 290, Suite 300, Austin, TX 78723
  • People’s Community Clinic – page 4
    • 1101 Camino La Costa Austin, TX 78752
  • Austin Shelter for Women and Children – page 5 & 6
    • 4613 Tannehill Lane Austin, TX 78721
  • Baylor Scott and White – page 4
    • 200 E Cesar Chavez St Ste G140
  • Northwest Austin Universal Health Clinic – page 2 & 3
    • 13740 Research Blvd Building P, Suite 3, Austin, TX 78750

Women’s Health

Diagnosis, treatment, and care of women’s reproductive system and bodies

  • The Kind Clinic – page 2
    • 101 W Koenig Ln, Austin, TX 78751
  • Family Medicine Austin – page 7
    • 6633 East Highway 290, Suite 300, Austin, TX 78723
  • Baylor Scott and White – page 4
    • 200 E Cesar Chavez St Ste G140

Pediatrics

Health and wellness checkups targeted for children

  • People’s Community Clinic – page 4
    • 1101 Camino La Costa Austin, TX 78752
  • Austin Resource Center for the Homeless – page 5
    • 500 East Seventh Street Austin, TX 78701
  • Austin Shelter for Women and Children – page 5 & 6
    • 4613 Tannehill Lane Austin, TX 78721
  • The Kind Clinic – page 2
    • 101 W Koenig Ln, Austin, TX 78751
  • Baylor Scott and White – page 4
    • 200 E Cesar Chavez St Ste G140

Sexual Health

Cures, remedies, and tests to battle Sexually Transmitted Diseases

  • The Kind Clinic – page 2
    • 101 W Koenig Ln, Austin, TX 78751
  • Family Medicine Austin – page 7
    • 6633 East Highway 290, Suite 300, Austin, TX 78723

 

 

Glossary

Sling Scale Fee– Payment method where treatment cost is determined based on a patient’s income and ability to pay.

FQHC– Federally Qualified Health Centers offer comprehensive services, serve underserved populations, and accept Medicare and Medicaid.

Medicaid– Medicaid in the United States is a federal and state program that covers medical costs for some people with limited income and resources.

Medicare– Federal program that provides health insurance for Americans aged 65 and older, and younger people with some disability status as determined by the Social Security Administration.

Family practice– Medical specialty devoted to comprehensive health care for people of all ages; the specialist is called a family physician or family doctor.

Pediatrics– Medical Specialty relating to children.

Podiatry– Medical specialty relating to feet, ankle, and lower extremity.

Chiropractic– Form of alternative medicine mostly concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine.

Laboratory Services– Services such as blood draws and analysis.

Behavioral Health– Holistic approach to mental health conditions and substance use disorders. 

Mental Health Services– Addressing conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and many others, through counseling, medication, and other supportive services.

 

 

Special Thanks to Heart for the Homeless for this wonderful resource list!

Affordable Care Resource Guide: Austin

Created as part of the National Primary Care Resources Project

Project Ambassadors: Tanush Chintala, Kishan Sivakumar

Updated as of Summer 2021

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