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Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

312 E. 94th Street
(212) 423-3000

Hours: 8am-6pm Monday- Saturday

Services: Primary care program in New York specifically designed for the health needs of adolescents. The Adolescent Health Center provides confidential comprehensive medical, mental health, family planning, and health education services to young people between the ages of 10-21.

English and Spanish spoken

Eligibility: Available regardless of legal status. Ages 10-21. Appointments: Walk in available but go early in morning- 8am

Cost: Free

Boriken Neighborhood Health Center

2265 Third Avenue (212) 289-6650

Hours: Tue, Wed, Thurs, Fri 8am-5pm; Mon, 8am-7pm; weekends closed

Services: EHCHS is a not-for-profit community-based organization established in 1965 to provide crucially needed services to residents of East Harlem. Today, EHCHS is a bilingual/bicultural organization providing a broad range of services to a largely Latino clientele. Full health and dental with pharmacy among other social programs.

English and Spanish spoken

Eligibility: Available regardless of legal status

Appointments: Walk in if emergency, otherwise get an appointment

Cost: Free or sliding scale depending on service

Settlement Health Services

1st Ave at 107th-108th St
(212) 360-2600 (Information/Appointment Call Center)

Hours: Mon 8:45-6:15; Wed 10:30-6:15; Tues and Thurs 8:30 to 6:45; Friday 8:30 to 4:15; Saturday 8:45 -12:30

Services: Mission is to provide East Harlem/El Barrio with high quality, comprehensive, accessible and culturally sensitive preventive and primary care services, and to coordinate the other levels of health care that are necessary. We include women’s health, pediatrics, adult medicine, podiatry, HIV medicine and case management, and social services.

English and Spanish spoken

Eligibility: Available regardless of legal status

Appointments: Walk in possible but appointment preferred

Cost: Free or sliding scale depending on service

Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Services

333 E 115th Street (btwn 1st and 2nd Ave.)
(646) 672-5200

Hours: 9am-5pm M-F

Services: Over the years, programs have expanded in response to community needs. They now include the Advocacy Office and Emergency Food Pantry, the Family Support (Preventive Services) Program, the Early Childhood Program, the Community Life Program and The Sharing Place thrift store. The Home Health Agency program offers nursing care to those with diabetes or asthma, new mothers and babies, people living with HIV or AIDS, and the homebound elderly.

English and Spanish spoken

Eligibility: Available regardless of legal status.

Appointments: Needed, but no referral necessary

Cost: Free

Union Settlement Association

237 East 104th Street NY, NY 10029-5404
(212) 828-6000

Hours: Main Building Monday-Friday 8:00am-10:00pm, Credit Union Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:00pm, GED Building Monday-Thursday 9:00am-8:30pm

Services: Wide range of education, health and other social services offered including: adult education, credit union, college readiness, early childhood education, home care for elderly, manhattan HIV network, mental health counseling, senior services, youth services

English and Spanish spoken

Eligibility: Available regardless of legal status

Appointments: Walk in or appointment- appointment preferred for counseling

Cost: Free for almost all services

East Harlem Asthma Center of Excellence

161-169 E. 110th Street 1st Floor, New York, New York, 10029
(888) 247-8811

Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am- 5:00pm

Services: Offers free services for children with asthma, including: Parent Support Groups; Education and Help to Manage Asthma; Pest Management Services; Help with NYC Public Housing Repairs; Basic ESL and Asthma Classes for Adults; Connection to Your Local Health Care Professionals; EHACE Also offers Asthma Counselor Program for children with poorly-controlled asthma

English and Spanish spoken

Appointments: Walk in

Cost: Free

La Casita de la Salud

413 E 120th Street (b/w 1st and Pleasant Ave)
(845) 519-7119
http://www.nymclacasita.org/

La Casita de la Salud is New York Medical College's free clinic based in Manhattan and, like EHHOP, they are dedicated to serving underserved population of East Harlem. Their only requirement is that the patient be 18 years of age or older.