Health Services

Addiction Recovery

(650) 592-7935
Alcoholics Anonymous
(408) 374-8511
Free at Last
(650) 462-6999
The Freedom Center (El Centro de Libertad)
(650) 599-9955 
Marijuana Anonymous

(800) 766-6779

Narcotics Anonymous
(650) 802-5950
County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services - Substance Use Services
(800) 704-0900
Provides resources and referrals for substance abuse recovery. Treatment partners include Family and Children ServicesGardner Health Services, and Momentum for Health.
County of Santa Clara Public Health Department - Harm Reduction Program
(408) 792-5529
Services include syringe access and disposal, opioid overdose prevention, alternative to injecting, and referrals to medication assisted treatments and social services. Various locations throughout San Jose.


Arbor Free Clinic
(650) 724-1332
114 Fifth Avenue, Redwood City

Provides transitional health care at no charge to underserved population on Sundays from 8-10 am on a first-serve basis. Clients are referred to resources for long-term care.

Foothill College: Dental Hygiene Clinic 
(650) 949-7335
12345 El Monte Rd, Bldg. 5300, Room 5312, Los Altos
Provides low-cost patient services as a learning experience for the Dental Hygiene students, under the supervision of a licensed dentist. Insurance cards not accepted, Medi-Cal patients get a 50% adjustment for teeth cleaning only.

Operation Access
Provides outpatient surgical procedures and diagnostics services free of charge to low-income individuals. By referral from a community clinic only, such as Ravenswood Family Health Network or Peninsula Healthcare Connection. 
Planned Parenthood of Mountain View
(650) 948-0807
2500 California Street, Mountain View
Provides affordable reproductive health care to individuals with or without insurance.
Peninsula Healthcare Connection
(650) 853-0321
Opportunity Center - 33 Encina Avenue, Palo Alto

Offers free healthcare and wellness services for people experiencing homelessness and low-income households. Insurance is not required, however private insurance, Medi-Cal, and Medicare insurance are accepted.

Ravenswood Family Health Network - Mayview Palo Alto Clinic

(650) 330-7400
270 Grant Avenue, Palo Alto
Provides comprehensive Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Optometry, Chiropractic, and Dental services. Under and uninsured patients are welcome, sliding scale payments available. 

RotaCare Bay Are: San Jose Clinic 
(408) 715-3088
100 Oak Street, San Jose
Free medical services for minor injuries/illness, physical exams, gynecological, and referral services. 
Santa Clara County Public Health Department - Crane Center
(408) 792-3720
976 Lenzen Avenue, Suite 1800, San Jose
Offers low cost and free sexual health services, including STI testing, HIV testing, Hep C testing, preEP/PEP program, condoms, and a harm reduction program.

Habilitative and Rehabilitation Services

(650) 259-8500
Speech and occupational therapy for youth (ages 0-22).

(650) 509-9530
Stroke and brain injury services; group and one-on-one sessions.

California Children’s Services (CCS), Santa Clara County Public Health 
(408) 793-6200
For youth (ages 0-21) with certain diseases/diagnosis. CCS has two parts, a Nurse Case Management Program (eligibility process, navigating health systems, referrals) and a Medical Therapy Program (occupational and physical therapy, durable medical equipment consultation).

Pathways Home Health Services: Rehabilitation at Home 
(888) 978-1306
Provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy to help patients regain their former level of function.

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center: Rehabilitation Center 
(408) 885-2032
Rehabilitation services for brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, stroke, and other disabling neurological conditions. Accepts Medicare, Medi-Cal, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Commercial Worker's Compensation, California Children's Services (CCS), and private pay.
Stanford Medicine Health Care 
(650) 723-5462
Rehabilitation treatments for many conditions including assistive devices and stroke. Accepts most major health insurance carriers, including Medi-Cal and Medicare. 
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs: Palo Alto VA Medical Center 

(650) 493-5000
Respite & hospice care, caregiver assistance, sight loss rehabilitation, therapy & treatment programs.

ViaServices: First Step 

(408) 243-7861
Speech and occupational therapy for youth (ages 0-10).

Weingarten Children’s Center 

(650) 365-7500
Speech, language, and occupational therapy for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Health Insurance and Low-Cost Medications

Bay Area Legal Aid: Health Consumer Center 
4 North Second Street, Suite 600, San Jose
(855) 693-7285
Provides independent consumer assistance for health care access, including counsel to help people enroll in public and private health insurance programs. Also addresses problems with medical bills and receiving care. 

Community Health Initiative
1550 The Alameda, Suite 305, San Jose
(408) 663-6882
Offers health insurance enrollment and renewal assistance for Covered California, private individual and family plans, Medi-Cal, Medicare, dental and vision plans. Services are provided in English, Vietnamese and Spanish at the San Jose office. Interpretation in other languages is available over the phone.

County of Santa Clara Department of Social Services: Medi-Cal
Benefits Service Center - 1867 Senter Road, San Jose
North County Office - 1330 West Middlefield Road, Mountain View
(408) 755-7100
Determines eligibility for Medi-Cal, a public health care program for California residents with low income. Apply in-person, online or call (408) 758-3800.

Covered California 
(800) 300-1506
Allows individuals to purchase private health insurance coverage at federally subsidized rates.

Gardner Health Services: Certified Enrollment Counselors 
(669) 444-5468
Counselors help people (including undocumented persons) to understand their health care options by determining eligibility and determining if people qualify for low or no cost health insurance. Provides enrollment services for: Santa Clara Family Health Plan; Assistance for Infants and Mothers; Preferred Provider Organization Health Plans; Valley Health Plan; Healthy Families; Healthy Kids; Primary Care Access Program; Anthem Blue Cross Partnership Plan; Medi-Cal Access Program; Covered California; Medi-Cal; Cal Fresh; and 2nd Harvest Food Bank.

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) - Santa Clara County HICAP services provided by Sourcewise 
(408) 350-3200
Sourcewise provides residents of Santa Clara County access to one-on-one counseling to assist Medicare beneficiaries, their families, and caregivers in understanding their Medicare benefits and healthcare options.

Santa Clara County Public Health Department - Better Health Pharmacy
725 East Santa Clara Street, Suite 202, San Jose
(408) 794-0564
Fulfils prescriptions at no cost, subject to availability. Call ahead to check that your medication is in-stock. 
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center - MedAssist Program
777 Turner Drive, San Jose
(408) 970-2001
Provides financial assistance for people with valid prescriptions for the following medications: diabetes medications, asthma inhalers, epinephrine auto-injectors (EPI pens). 

Santa Clara County Offices

Santa Clara County Public Health Department
976 Lenzen Avenue, San Jose
(408) 792-5040
Services include in-home nursing programs, WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) Nutrition program, public health pharmacies, the public health laboratory, STI and HIV testing and support, and more health safety services
Santa Clara County Public Health Department: California Children Services (CCS)
720 Empey Way, San Jose
(408) 793-6200
Provides nurse case management and medical therapy to youth ages 0-21 years old with eligible medical conditions.
Santa Clara County Social Services Agency
353 West Julian Street, San Jose
(408) 755-7100
Agency includes public health coveragein-home support services, and more social services. 

Santa Clara County Social Services Agency: Department of Employment and Benefit Services
Benefits Service Center - 1867 Senter Road, San Jose
North County Office - 1330 West Middlefield Road, Mountain View
Apply for Benefits - (408) 758-3800
Services include Medi-Cal, CalFresh Food, CalWorks, General Assistance, and the Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants. 

Santa Clara County Social Services Agency: In-Home Supportive Services
353 West Julian Street, San Jose
(408) 792-1600
Eligible participants live in their own home and are blind, live with a disability, or are 65 years or older. 

Specialty Care

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford 
725 Welch Rd, Palo Alto
(650) 497-800
Offers the full range of medical and surgical services for infants, children and adolescents and pregnant women. 

Pathways Home Health, Hospice and Palliative Care 
585 N. Mary Ave, Sunnyvale
(888) 978-1306
Offers home health, hospice, palliative care, bereavement support, and veteran services.

U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs: Palo Alto VA Medical Center 
3801 Miranda Ave, Palo Alto
(650) 493-5000
Provides primary care and specialty health services to veterans. 

Support Organizations

AIDS Community Research Consortium (ACRC) 
850 Douglas Ave, Redwood City 
(650) 364-6563
Provides education on HIV/AIDs treatments, local resources, group classes, individual counseling, and referrals to other agencies. 

Alzheimer's Association
(800) 272-3900
24/7 Helpline for people with memory loss, caregivers, health care professionals and the public. Provides information about local support groups, conferences, and education. 

American Diabetes Association of Northern California
(510) 654-4499
Community resources and awareness events.
American Heart Association of Silicon Valley
(510) 903-4050
Education and awareness events.
Bay Area Cancer Connections

(650) 326-6299
Provides personalized information, education, and care services to people affected by breast and ovarian cancer.

Community Health Partnership
(408) 556-6605

Resource guide for finding clinics and accessing health coverage.

Crohns and Colitis Foundation Northern California Chapter
(415) 356-2232
Find local support groups and access information for patients and caregivers.
Cystic Fibrosis Center at Stanford
(650) 736-0388
Education and support services. Services include diagnostic testing, social work, and clinical visits.
The Health Trust 
(408) 513-8700
Provides case management, care coordination, and food assistance to low-income individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Provides housing services to people living with HIV/Aids and formally homeless individuals. 
Lupus Foundation of Northern California
(408) 954-8600
Provides support services, educational programs, and information to empower lupus patients.
Pacific Stroke Association
(650) 565-8485
Provides post-stroke support groups, a stroke resource directory, and community education. 
Stanford Health Library

(650) 725-8400
Provides scientifically based medical information to help people make informed decisions about their health and health care. All services are free and provided for by the Stanford University Hospital.