Community Resources

Medical - Clinics

Creighton University Magis Clinic

Located in the Siena Francis House Baright Center, 1111 North 17th Street - (888) 218-4692: The Magis Clinic offers services to anyone in need.  Medical care and medications are provided free of charge.  The clinic is staffed by Creighton medical students and volunteer physicians.  Acute care is provided on a first come first served basis every Saturday from 2:00PM to 6:00PM.  Sexual health clinics are offered twice a month, women's health clinics (by appointment ONLY) once a month, and diabetes education sessions once a month.  More information is available online at

Fred LeRoy Health and Wellness Center

2602 J Street - Clinic (402) 733-3612 or General Information (402) 734-5275: The Fred LeRoy Health and Wellness Center provides medical, dental, behavioral health, and public health services to American Indians and others eligible for Indian Health Services, including adolescent health care, Certified Diabetes Education, Elder Care, Family Planning, Lead Screening, Lab Services, Midwife Services, Newborn and Well Child Clinics, Outpatient Medical, Physical Therapy, Women Infants and Children Program (WIC), Transportation, Public Health Nursing, Mental Health, Social Services, Substance Abuse Counseling, Youth Services, Dental, and Pharmacy.

Heart Ministry Center

2222 Binney Street - 451-2321:  Walk in clinic available on Wednesdays from 9:00AM-1:00PM. A nurse practitioner from Creighton University is available to treat acute health care problems at no cost.

Methodist Health System - Renaissance Health Clinic

3612 Cuming Street (In the Salvation Army Lied Renaissance Center) - (402) 354-3198: Nurse practitioners available by appointment or on a first come, first served basis to provide health care services for men, women, and adolescents including physical exams, treatment of minor and chronic health problems, pap smears, breast and pelvic exams, pregnancy testing, menopause, PMS, and osteoporosis treatment and counseling, health education, family planning services, adolescent routine care, STD testing and treatment, school, sports, and camp physicals, and treatment for victims of domestic abuse.  Some services may require a $25 copay.  Sliding scale fees available for individuals without insurance.  Open Monday through Friday.

One World Community Health Center

4920 South 30th Street - (402) 734-4110: Provides annual physicals, primary medical care, education, treatment for chronic diseases, and STD testing and treatment.  Open Monday through Friday.  Open Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 8AM to 5PM, Wednesday from 8AM to 8PM, and Friday from 9AM to 5PM.  Call for an appointment.

One World Community Health Center - Quick Sick Clinic

4920 South 30th Street, 1st Floor - (402) 502-8859: Provides care for minor illnesses on a first come, first served basis.  No appointment necessary.  Open Monday through Saturday.

One World Community Health Centers - Northwest Omaha Clinic

4229 North 90th Street – (402) 401-6000: Opening April 1, 2014.  The newest One World Clinic will offer medical, dental, and behavioral health services for both children and adults.  Walk ins are welcome.

One World Community Health Centers - West Omaha Clinic

4101 South 120th Street - (402) 505-3907: Offers services for adult medicine, family medicine, pediatrics & adolescent care, women’s health and prenatal services, dental, behavioral health, and access to affordable medications in both English and Spanish.  Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8AM to 5PM and Wednesdays 8AM to 8PM.  Call for an appointment.

The Healing Gift Free Clinic

2650 Farnam Street - (402) 341-7761: The Healing Gift Clinic operates out of Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church.  Appointments are REQUIRED.  The clinic offers patient's basic services, including treatment for diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, rheumatoid arthritis, stable coronary artery disease and osteoarthritis are being provided. Also, therapy and evaluation is provided for upper respiratory infections, urinary tract infections and related conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, acute sprains, acute dental problems, ear disorders and small lacerations.

University of Nebraska Medical Center - GOODLIFE Clinic

5050 Ames Avenue - (402) 595-2280: Addresses the needs of uninsured, low income individuals living with type II diabetes.  Call for information or to schedule an appointment.

University of Nebraska Medical Center - SHARING Clinic

UNMC Specialty Care Center - 52nd and Leavenworth - (402) 559-2666: Provides primary health care for underprivileged populations.  Call for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Medical - Dental and Vision

Charles Drew Health Center - Dental Clinic

2915 Grant Street - (402) 453-1433: Offers sliding scale dental services including oral exams, sealants, flouride treatments, restorative services, oral surgery, emergency services, and rehabilitative services.

Council Bluffs Community Health Center

300 West Broadway, Suite 6, Council Bluffs - (712) 256-9151: Offers dental services on a sliding scale fee basis including exams, x-rays, cleaning, extractions, fillings, and crowns.

Creighton University School of Dentistry

2802 Webster Street - (402) 280-4080 or (402) 280-5990 option 2: Creighton University School of Dentistry provides comprehensive dental care performed by students under the direct supervision of licensed dentists.  New patients are accepted if dental needs match student educational needs.  The clinic is open Monday through Friday and appointments may last 2-4 hours.  Creighton Dental School is not a free clinic and does not offer a sliding fee scale.  However, the fees charged are significantly lower than those charged in a private dental practice.  Some dental insurance plans are also accepted including Nebraska and Iowa Medicaid.  To become a patient, call or complete an application online at

Emergency dental care may also be provided by calling (402) 280-5990 option 2 between the hours of 7:30AM and 5:00PM -



Fred LeRoy Health and Wellness Center

2602 J Street - (402) 733-1325: Dental clinic for American Indians and others eligible for Indian Health Services.  The dental clinic provides exams and cleanings, bridges and crowns, dentures, fillings, flouride treatments, cancer screenings, root canals, and other dental services.

One World Community Health Center - Dental

4920 South 30th Street, 3rd Floor - (402) 932-7204: Provides a full range of comprehensive dental care which includes cleanings, x-rays, examinations, fillings, extractions, emergency treatment for pain, swelling, broken tooth, limited root canal therapy, prenatal dental care, and pediatric dental care.  Payment is expected at the time of service. OneWorld accepts checks, cash, Visa, MasterCard or Discover, most forms of insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. For individuals that do not have insurance, fee assistance is available.

One World Community Health Center - Optometry

4920 South 30th Street, Suite 107 - (402) 502-8878: Optometry services offered on a sliding scale fee basis.

Together, Inc.

812 South 24th Street - (402) 345-8047: Assistance with eye exams and eye glasses for individuals without health insurance.  To receive assistance, you will need a photo id, social security card for everyone living in your house, and a current piece of mail dated within the last 30 days.  If you do not have these items, ask to speak with a case manager to assist you.

University of Nebraska Medical Center - Adult Dental Clinic

Durham Outpatient Clinic 4400 Emile Street - (402) 559-6000: Low cost dental services provided by UNMC postgraduate residents and faculty.  Appointments are required and payment is expected at the start of each appointment.  Fees are not sliding scale based, but are lower than comparable private practice fees.

Mental Health and Counseling Services

Catholic Charites (Council Bluffs)

300 West Broadway, Suite 223, Council Bluffs - (712) 328-3086: Counseling services available on a sliding fee scale to individuals, families, and couples.  Call for an appointment.