Medical and Dental Resources
In addition to providing nutritious foods and education, WIC also provides referrals to other agencies. There are many resources in the community to help each family meet its needs. The programs mentioned below are located in Utah County or nearby.
If you do not find the help you need from the programs listed try searching www.unitedwayucv.org or call 211 for Utah County United Way information.
Scroll down to find useful education and employment resources. You will see each program’s name listed in bold. Click on the link to find information such as location, contact information, and program details.
Alien Emergency Medical Services
Helps pay the cost of hospital and delivery of baby for non-residents of the United States who qualify. Call 30 days before the delivery due date.
Caring Foundation for Children
Provides up to $1,000 in dental coverage for non-insured children.
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
Provides insurance for children 0-18 years of age whose parents do not meet Medicaid requirements. Provides the following services:
- Dental services for prevention and treatment of tooth decay
- Eye exams
- Health care provider visits and services
- Hearing exams
- Mental health services
- Well-child exams
Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)
CSHCN doctors and other health care professionals provide services for children with physical and/or developmental concerns or disabilities. They do not take the place of a child's regular physician. CSHCN provides services for the following needs and conditions:
- Autism and aspergers
- Cleft lip and palate
- Congenital heart defects
- Developmental delay
- Genetic defects
- Hearing development
- Learning and behavior problems
- Muscular disorders
- Orthopedic defects
- Seizure disorders
- Speech development
Community Health Connect
Works to improve access to medical and dental care for low-income, uninsured men, women, and children. Coordinates a volunteer provider network to provide health education in order to maximize existing community resources.
Department of Workforce Services
Provides Food Stamps, Medicaid, and the following services:
- GED/training workshops
- Medical help
- Retroactive medical assistance
- American Fork—801-492-4500
- Spanish Fork—801-794-6600
151 S. University Ave, suite 1709; Provo, Utah
Provides free fluoride prescription note at the nurse’s station. The prescription note can be taken to any pharmacy to obtain fluoride using individuals own insurance or cash.
Food and Care Coalition—Share a Smile
Provides dental work and cleaning for no cost. Requires 4 hours of community services.
Health Clinic of Utah and Family Dental Plan
Provide healthcare access to all Utah County residents, and affirm primary care at low reasonable rates. Services provided include:
- Connections to Medicaid/PCN eligible workers
- FNP and PA and MD supervision
- Limited dental and eye care
- Primary health care
- Routine medical, laboratory and medication services
- Treatment of acute injuries and infections
- Treatment of chronic life-threatening illness
Health Information Referral Agency
Provides referrals to health agencies that will best meet the needs of an individual or family.
Health Services for Low-Income
Focuses on the needs of:
- Under-insured and uninsured families
- Individuals with affective disorders
- Minority populations
Home Health Plus
Home Health Plus serves infants, children, new mothers, and adults with home health needs. Services are customized to the client's health care problems. Fees are determined by income and resources. Insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and private pay are accepted. Services include:
- Adult Immunization
- Anti-Partum Care
- Case Management
- Emergency Response
- Health Fairs
- Home Health Aides
- IV Therapy
- Occupational Therapies
- Physical Therapy
- Registered and Licensed Practitioner Nurses
- Rehabilitation Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Systems Care Tailored to Client Needs
- Wellness & Disease Prevention
- Wound Care
Immun-wize.org, in conjunction with the Utah County Immunization Coalition, is dedicated to informing residents regarding vaccinations. This site will provide facts, resources, and links necessary to help keep families informed and make healthy decisions.
Mountain Ridge Dental
Provides discounts for dental care to eligible low-income individuals.
Mountainlands Community Health Center
Provides the following services for low-income and medically underserved populations:
- Dental care
- Medical care
- Mental health
Payson Family Health Center
Provides affordable medical care to qualified individuals.
Help for low-income, uninsured patients to get free or nearly free brand-name medicines.
Primary Care Network
Provides health care to eligible low-income adults with children under the age of 18.
Seraphine Clinic LLC
Provides low-cost medical and prenatal care for the uninsured.
Tobacco Quit Line
Programs to help individuals quit smoking.
Utah County Health Department
The mission of the Utah County Health Department is to promote health, and prevent avoidable disease and injury by monitoring the health of our community, and assuring conditions in which people can be healthy. Services include:
- Cancer screenings
- Children with Special Healthcare Needs Clinic
- Well-child clinics
- Environmental health services
- Public health promotion
- Women's clinic, pap smear and birth control
Utah County Immunization Clinics
Immunization clinics provide childhood, adult and international travel immunizations.
Utah Family Health Line
Provides information regarding available health services.
Utah Poison Control Center (UPCC)
This program gives poisoning treatment recommendations by phone. Refers person to emergency medical facility.
Utah Vaccines for Children (VFC)
Get no-cost or low-cost vaccines at all Utah County Health Department locations and numerous doctors’ offices. Provides free reminders about when to get your child vaccinated. Gives other helpful information on why you should vaccinate your child.
Utah Valley Family Practice Residency Clinic
Provides prenatal, family medical care, family planning, and pregnancy tests.
UVSC Dental Hygiene Clinic
Provides low cost dental cleaning. Closed during the summer months.
Volunteer Care Clinic
Provides basic, free, quality medical care for those who do not have insurance and are low-income. Open Tuesday and Thursdays from 5-7 pm.
Walk-in Volunteer Care Clinic
The Volunteer Care Clinic offers basic health care services, including pediatric care, non-emergency, non-chronic health issues, and general medical care. Referrals can be made for chronic care. For individuals who have no insurance and low-income.
Medical Services for the Disabled:
Division of Rehabilitation
Assists individuals with disabilities to prepare for and obtain employment.
Recreation and Habilitation Services
Provides educational and recreational programs for individuals with developmental and physical disabilities. These services help enhance the quality of life for these individuals and their families by helping them achieve maximum independence.
Utah State Developmental Center
Provides a 24-hour residential and active treatment environment for individuals with developmental disabilities.