STRIDE Community Health Center has twenty locations that provide care for people who live in Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, and Park counties. (STRIDE was formerly known as MCPN). Click on Locations on their website for a list with locations and hours. Call the number listed for an appointment at any of these clinics. STRIDE has three health centers that provide Convenient Care, meaning that you can walk in and be seen for a sudden illness such as a sore throat, ear pain, rash, cough/asthma, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, or cold & flu symptoms, injuries such as a fall, cut, bruise, sprain, strain, or broken bones, infections such as a bladder infection, skin infection, or needed testing for a sexually transmitted infection, flu shots, immunizations, INR check, pregnancy test, and Depo injection. The clinics are in North Aurora, South Aurora, and Wheat Ridge. Click on the website for addresses and hours. STRIDE clinics will see folks who are not eligible for insurance due to immigration status for medical visits and get them medicine. HIV medications are always free for people who make less than $63,800/year if they apply for the State Drug Assistance Program. See this section for more info about SDAP. Care is on a sliding scale, with most people paying around $15-20 for a visit and lab work.
Additional Info: Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, and Park counties
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