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Reliable Information on Social Service Organizations & Free Community Resources

Health Care

Center on Halsted Health Care Provider Search

Illinois HIV/ AIDS/ STD Specific Referral Database

Database of health care specific referrals searchable by various terms

Chicago Health Atlas

Public Health Care Data, Stats, Clinics, Diagnoses

The Chicago Health Atlas is a place where you can view citywide information about health trends and take action near you to improve your own health

The Chicago Health Atlas is a Web site for displaying aggregate health-related information on a map so that people can see the prevalence of specific health conditions in their area and find out how they can improve their health.

Cook County Health & Hospital System

Locations of Public Health Care, Medicaid, Uninsured Health Care

CountyCare is the no-cost managed care health plan that is accepted at over 130 locations throughout Cook County

The Cook County Health and Hospitals System is the safety net for health care in Chicago and suburban Cook County. The main hospital–the John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital is located in the Illinois Medical District on Chicago’s Near West Side and serves as the primary public provider of comprehensive medical services for the people of metropolitan Chicago. The System is also comprised of Provident Hospital on Chicago’s south-side and the Oak Forest Health Center in suburban Oak Forest along with 16 Ambulatory and Community Health care clinics.

Shirley Ryan Ability Lab - Henry B. Betts LIFE Center

Health Care and other Community Support Services Database

Learning, Innovation, Family, Empowerment

Medical Information & Care (based on various Medical Conditions and Diagnoses), Caregiving & Equipment, Housing & Transportation, Education &, Employment, Support & Wellness, Recreation & Leisure, Finance & Law, Inspiration & Hope


HIV/ AIDS Specific and Health Care Support Groups

Group support has been a cornerstone of TPAN since the agency's founding in 1987. Joining a community of those who understand and support you can help you live a healthier, happier life. These groups are designed to meet the current needs and interests of TPAN’s clients—and are organized by topic or target audience. Educational and mental health groups are facilitated by licensed clinicians. Social support groups are facilitated by peer mentors. All groups are free and meet regularly on-site at TPAN's office. Unless otherwise noted, groups require a simple registration or in-take form.