Alexandria Health Department
4480 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302
- Child Health: 703-746-4940
- Family Planning: 703-746-4922
- Immunizations: 703-746-4980
- Nutrition/WIC: 703-746-4998
- Prenatal Care/OB (for Alexandria Residents Only)703-746-4820
Casey Health Center Location
1200 N Howard St. Alexandria, VA 22304
- Teen Wellness Center (for Alexandria Residents Only): 703-743-4776
- Chest/TB Clinic/Refugee (for Alexandria Residents Only): 703-746-4960
- STI: 703-746-4846
- HIV/AIDS: 703-746-4976
Spanish Phone Number: 703-746-4860
Eligibility: Sliding scale fee. Eligibility information on income and family size required. Medicaid accepted.
INOVA Cares Clinic for Children
6400 Arlington Blvd. #200 Falls Church, VA 22042
Provides primary pediatric care for children. Services include well-child care, immunizations, and sick care for children from birth through 18 years of age. The clinic also provides annual physicals for school and sports activities.
Eligibility: Low income families with incomes up to 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.
INOVA Cares Clinic for Women
6400 Arlington Blvd. #210 Falls Church, VA 22042
1175 Herndon Parkway #500 Herndon, VA 20170
8350 Richmond Highway #233 Alexandria, VA 22309
Provides outpatient prenatal and gynecological care to pregnant women. Gynecological and surgical services available to women by referral. Coordinates the delivery and required referrals for postpartum and other specialty care services.
Neighborhood Health (formerly known as Alexandria Housing Services, Inc. ANSHI)
Full service clinics offering primary care, women’s health, pediatrics, dental, and behavioral health services.
Address: Various locations throughout Alexandria, Arlington, and South Fairfax County.
Eligibility: Insured and uninsured patients accepted. All ages. Sliding scale fee for services. No residency requirement. Call for an appointment.
Center for Economic Support (CES)
Medicaid provides payments to doctors and medical service providers for services rendered to eligible individuals. Eligibility is determined through an evaluation that compares the individual’s personal circumstances, including income and assets, to an established standard.
CES also provides vouchers as a form of prescription assistance on a one-time-only basis. If someone does not qualify, then referrals to the local Health Department or various other prescription assistance programs are also available.
Dental Clinic Screening and Referral
Eligibility screening and referrals to the Northern Virginia Dental Clinic for adults with low-income who have no dental insurance. Covers most dental services. Contact Office of Community Services at 703.746.5700. For emergency adult dental needs, contact the Alexandria Health Department’s Adult Dental Clinic at
Prescription Drug Assistance
Limited resources for one-time-only prescription assistance. Referrals to local Health Department or prescription assistance programs. Discount Prescription Drug Cards
Referrals to Lions’ Club, Prevention of Blindness or other area non-profit organizations for glasses. Eye glass referrals can be made for individuals with current prescriptions only.