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Community Resources Guide for Stout Street Clinic Elective (updated 08/2014)
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Medical Resources:
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Stout Street Eye Clinic On last Wednesday of each month patient must be present at 8:30 am to schedule an appointment for the next month. However, there are many no-shows so patient may show up any day to the daily eye clinic to be put on waitlist for that dayIn-house stout street clinicvaries monthly; 1:30-3pm M-F with additional hours for kids and a few days with morning appointments; See front desk for exact timesIf patient has glaucome or diabetes they can be seen during the next day eye clinic with priority Stout Street -Tell patient to return to front desk next day
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Dental Clinic (Colorado Coaltion for the Homless)Emergency care/routine services; Emergency services are offered daily to 3-5 patients and are scheduled at 7:30am. Routine check-ups must be scheduled through a lottery held the FIRST wednesday of every month at the Stout Street clinic before 9am2111 Champa st. (white building across from Stout Street)M-F; Must sign up for emergency visit daily by 7:30am. Route visits scheduled first Wednesday of every month. Be at Stout street before 9am for the lotteryBring picture ID/Driver's license; 303-291-5165
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Prevention/Health Education (through Stout Street?)Coordinate breast, cervical and colon cancer screenings and navigate patients with cancer through treatment; acesss speciality care for cardiac/GI; perform pulmonary tests, asthma action plans, respiatory equipment, exercise program, somking cessation and full range of education servicesneighborhood sitesMon-Fri 9-4 by appointment303-293-6507
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Pharmacy Please go to the pharmacy directly for refillsIn-house stout street clinic first floor (2100 Broadway)Open till close of clinic hoursno cost; Will NOT take medicaid patients only uninsured patients303-293-6516 for refills
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Stout Street ServicesMedicaid Sign up; Sign up for Denver Health; CICP Registration, respectivelyDaily at 8:30am; at 12pm on Fridays; F 12-4pm, respectively
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OTC Pharmacy - Broadway Assitance CenterServing area boundaries are: Broadway to Federal, and Colfax to Alameda, also 1-25 and Broadway to Washington Street. Food Distribution, Thursday night meal, medical assistance & moreAddress: 1212 Mariposa Street, Denver, CO 80204Telephone: (303) 893-4108
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Denver Health Family Health CenterMedical and dentalAddress: 510 28th Street, Denver, CO 80205Telephone: (303) 436-4600
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Denver Rescue MissionMedical, Dental, Optical, and chiropractic services23rd and LawrenceM-F 8:30-10:30am and 2:30-4:30pm(303) 297-1815
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Eastside Health CenterCall for appointment; Need photo ID, proof of address and insurance card501 28th StreetM-F 8am-5pm(303) 436-4600
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St. Francis Center ClinicSign up for appointments at St. Francis CenterJust south of St. Francis CenterMTThF 7:30am-4pm, W 12-4pm, SS 7-11am
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Samaritan House, TB Clinic at 605 Bannock, Denver Rescue Mission, Stout Street ClinicTB Testing SitesVarious times
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Inner City Health ClinicMedical and dental clinic.Address: 3405 Downing St., Denver, CO 80205Telephone: (303) 296-1767
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Mental Health Resources:
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AgencyServices ProvidedLocationHoursMiscellaneousContact Info
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Stout Street Mental HealthAssessment, medication treatment, crisis intervention, referral, case management through PATHIn-house stout street clinic 2nd floor (2100 Broadway)Walk-Ins M, T, R, F at 7:30 am, Wednesday after noon; PATH walk-ins M, R, 1-4 pm or T/F 9:30-12:30Note: These services are merging with substance abuse and due to overflow patient may not be able to even get on waitlistTriage line: 303-293-6512
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Arapahoe House Inc.
Our programs serve a number of populations
including adults, adolescents, male and female offenders, pregnant and
post partum women and individuals with co-occurring mental health
disorders and substance abuse problems.
Address:  8801 Lipan Street, Thornton, CO 80260 Telephone:  (303) 412-3695
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Harbor Lights?
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Mental Health Center of DenverThe Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD) is a private, not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3), community mental health care organization providing comprehensive, recovery-focused services to more than 11,500 residents in the Denver metro area each year. Founded in 1989, MHCD is Colorado’s leading provider and key health care partner in the delivery of outcomes-based mental health services.Address: 4141 E. Dickenson Place, Denver, CO 80222Telephone: (303) 504-1250 or (303) 504-6500
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AgencyServices ProvidedLocationHoursMiscellaneousContact Info
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Stout Street ClinicDirect services including counseling and crisis intervention; referral services for counseling, housing and other life skill activitiesIn-house stout street clinic 2nd floor (2100 Broadway); Check-in upstairs at front deskThursday 1-4Apts/self referrals welcome; Also can use emergency 24/7 domestic violence line 303-318-9989303-297-4058
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Alternatives to Family Violence

Domestic Violence Services - Adams County
Telephone:  (303) 637-7761 (Adams County) (303) 863-7233 (Denver County)
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Brandon Center (Volunteers of America)
Shelter and domestic violence services for women and children.


Address:  confidential
Telephone:  (303) 620-9190
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Colorado Anti-Violence Program

Provides direct client services including crisis
intervention, information, and referrals for LGBT victims of violence 24
hours a day.
Address:  304 Elati Street, Denver, CO 80223 Telephone:  (303)839-5204 or (303)852-5094, statewide call 1 (888)557-4441
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Curtis Park Community CenterAdvocacy and case management for victims of crime.Address: 929 29th Street, Denver, CO 80205Telephone: (303) 377-4477
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Family Tree - Women in CrisisJefferson County - Services for domestic violence victims - women and children.Telephone: (303) 420-6752
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