Medical

SIU Family Medicine

Type of service: Medical Care

What they do: Primary care, behavioral health, can refer to specialists

Who is eligible? Accepts Medicaid, Illinois Health Connect, Medical card, self pay, sliding fee. Will help you see if you qualify for insurance.

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call for appointment

Address: 345 West State St., Jacksonville
Hours of operation: Monday: 10 a.m. – 12 noon and 1 – 6 p.m
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8 a.m. – 12 noon and 1 – 4 p.m.
Wednesday: walk-ins from 1 – 3:30 p.m. for established patients

Phone number: 217-545-8000

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Central Counties Health Centers

Type of service: Medical Care

What they do: Primary medical care for children, including: school/sports physicals, well-child exams, limited childhood immunizations, chronic disease management, (asthma, diabetes, etc.), acute illness care (sore throats, fever, vomiting, earaches, non-emergent injuries, rashes, etc), hospital discharge care. Primary medical care for adults, including: women’s health exams, annual physicals, employment physicals, prenatal and postnatal care, chronic disease management (asthma, diabetes, hypertension), family planning, acute illness care.

Who is eligible? Services available to anyone. Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, and has a sliding fee discount

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call for appointment

Address: 1440 West Walnut St., Suite 2, Jacksonville
Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Wednesday – 9:00 am – 6:00 am
Phone number: 217-243-3543

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Passavant Hospital/Emergency Services

Type of service: Medical Care

What they do: Emergency services, referral to other doctors

Who is eligible? Open to anyone. Medical card and insurance accepted.

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Enter through the West Entrance

Address: 1600 W. Walnut St., Jacksonville
Hours of operation: 24 hours
Phone number: 217-245-9541

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Morgan County Health Department​

Type of service: Food assistance

What they do: WIC, Lactation consultant, Lactation educator

Who is eligible? low-income pregnant women, postpartum women up to six months after delivery, breastfeeding women up to 12 months after delivery, infants up to one year of age, and/or children up to their fifth birthday (see website for income guidelines)

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call

Address: 345 West State St, Jacksonville
Hours of operation: Monday 8 a.m. – 12 noon and 1 p.m. – 6 p.m., Tuesday – Friday 8 a.m. – 12 noon and 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Phone number: 217-245-5111

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Counseling

Midwest Youth Services​

Type of service: Homeless/Runaway Youth

What they do: Crisis intervention with Lockout

Who is eligible? Free and available to individuals and families between 11 and 24 years old.

Referral needed? No.

Best way to access services: Call office

Homeless Youth Walk in Hours daily: 9:00 am – 11:00 am Monday – Friday

Address: 2001 W. Lafayette, Jacksonville
Hours of operation: 24 hours on call
Homeless Youth Walk in Hours Monday – Friday – 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Phone number: 217-245-6000

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Passavant Center for Psychiatric Health

Type of service: Mental Health treatment

What they do: Counseling and psychiatry (meds)

Who is eligible? Must have private insurance – check to be sure the person you see is covered by your insurance

Referral needed? Referral from primary physician required for psychiatry; no referral needed for counseling.

Best way to access services: Call for an appointment (or call after referral if for psychiatry)

Address: 1600 W. Walnut St., Jacksonville
Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone number: 217-245-7275
Fax number: 217-245-7427

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Memorial Behavioral Health

Type of service: Counseling and mental health services

What they do: Counseling, crisis intervention, case management

Who is eligible? Available to all. Can show medical card, or use insurance (Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health Alliance, Healthlink, Magellan, or PHAI) for payment

Referral needed? None needed

Best way to access services: Call office. Some walk-in appointments are available.

Address: 340 W. State St., Jacksonville
Hours of operation: Monday -Friday 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Phone number: 217-245-6126

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Hobby Horse House

Type of service: Counseling

What they do: Individual, child and/or family counseling.

Who is eligible? Anyone. Private counseling $40/per hour.

Referral needed? Referrals are accepted but not necessary. Referrals from other agencies are accepted, but not needed.

Best way to access services: Call or walk in. Call to schedule initial appointment.

Address: 314 S. Main Street, Jacksonville, IL
Hours of operation:  8:30 am-4:30 pm – Evening and weekends appointments available by appointment.
Phone number: 217-243-7708
Contact person: Ericka Marshall or Roch Magerl
Email:  hobbyhorsehouse@hotmail.com

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​Crisis Center Foundation​

T​ype of service: Domestic violence support

What they do: Immediate crisis intervention, safety planning, shelter, legal advocacy, assistance, referrals, teen and child advocate

Who is eligible? Survivor, witness, or child/dependent affected by domestic violence

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call from a safe phone number

Address: 325 9th Ave., Jacksonville
Hours of operation: 24 hours/365 days a year
Phone number: 217-243-4357

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Substance Use/Abuse

Illinois Quitline

Type of service: Smoking Cessation

What they do: FREE phone support with an expert. They will help you make a plan and provide you with information, materials, and follow up phone help to help you quit smoking.

Who is eligible? Anyone who wants help to quit smoking

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call or visit the website. Chat support available too.

Hours of operation: Monday through Friday – 7:00 am – 9:00 am, Saturday and Sunday – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Phone number: 1-866-784-8937

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Gateway Foundation

Type of service: Substance abuse treatment

What they do: Substance Abuse treatment (outpatient) for male adolescents up to age 20 (in Springfield) and adults (in Jacksonville and Springfield). Female adolescent treatment is available in Carbondale. They do assessment, treatment, medication-assisted treatment, family groups, aftercare.

Who is eligible? Services based on what they assess that you need. They accept 98% of private insurance. Will accept many Medical Card patients. Call admissions line to find out. There may be a waiting list for adult residential treatment, but you can start outpatient or day treatment immediately if it’s determined that’s what you need.

Best way to access services: Call anytime or go during walk in hours (Springfield only) for assessment (Tuesday/Thursday 12 noon – 1 p.m. and Wednesday 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Address: 1300 Lincoln Ave, Jacksonville (adult)
Address: 2200 Lake Victoria Dr. Springfield 62703 (adult)
Hours of operation: Admissions line is 24 hours
Phone number: 217-243-8849 (local)
Phone number: 877-505-4673 (24/7 general admissions line, can access all treatment options this way)
​Contact Person: Winston Henry Program Director – Cell: 217-494-0359

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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Type of service: Substance Abuse support

What they do: support and information group (in person) and 24 hour hotline for individuals dealing with alcohol problems

Who is eligible? Depends on the type of meeting

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call for information or go to a meeting. See website for meeting times and locations.

Hours: There are many meetings every week. See website for meeting times and locations.
Phone number: 217-370-4002  (24 hour local hotline)

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Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Type of service: Substance Abuse support

What they do: support and information group (in person) and 24 hour hotline for individuals dealing with drug problems

Who is eligible? Depends on the type of meeting.

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call for information or go to a meeting. See website for meeting times and locations.

Address: P.O. Box 973, Springfield, IL 62405
Hours: There are several meetings. See website to search for meeting times and locations.
Phone number: 1-800-539-0475

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Audiology

Four Rivers Special Education District

Type of service: Audiology

What they do: The Four Rivers Special Education District contracts with IL School for the Deaf for audiology. ISD maintains a fully-equipped audiologic suite and employs a state licensed audiologist. Children who are referred by parent or school district personnel are seen at this facility on an appointment basis. Services include measurement of hearing levels, middle ear function assessments (tympanometry), hearing aid checks, and referrals for specialized hearing aid needs. Consultations with special or regular education teachers occur on a case-by-case basis.

Who is eligible? The program serves children ages 3 to 22 years of age residing in the Four Rivers cooperative area.

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call office.

Address: 936 W. Michigan Ave., Jacksonville
Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Phone number: 217-245-7174

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Lice Clinics of America

Type of service: Pest Control

What they do: Professional lice treatment and prevention

Who is eligible? Open to all.

Best way to access services: Must call or email for appointment. Can usually get you in quickly.

Address: 2509 W Iles, Suite 102, Springfield, IL 62704
Phone number: 217-993-8314 or 217-540-6532

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Pregnancy Resource Center

Type of service: Pregnancy verification, options, education

What they do: Free pregnancy testing and ultrasound, options education, after abortion support.

Who is eligible? Open to all. All services are free.

Referral needed? No referral needed

Best way to access services: Call or visit website to request an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.

Address: 1440 West Walnut, Suite A-3, Jacksonville
Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m, Wednesday and Friday by appointment only.
Phone number: 217-245-9340

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Central Illinois HIV Care Connect at SIU School of Medicine 

Type of service: Medical case management

What they do: Provide and coordinate health care and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS in Central Illinois.

Who is eligible? Open to those living with HIV/AIDS. Eligibility for various programming varies. Call for more information.

Referral needed? No

Best way to access services: Call or email for an in-office appointment

Phone number: 217-545-7683 or 888-308-8105
Contact person: Marcy Ashby, Regional Project Director
Email: mashby@siumed.edu

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