Chicago Clinics

The Greater Chicago Legal Clinic is a community-based legal aid organization that helps disadvantaged individuals and families navigate the justice system. The clinics' attorneys provide services in a variety of practice areas, including immigration, criminal records relief, and environmental law. Some of these services are free and others are on a sliding-scale basis. The clinics also hire interns and fellows to work with attorneys. They work closely with clients in various ways and help them learn about the legal system. The clinics provide services for walk-in patients and are ideal for a variety of needs. They offer health screenings to detect underlying conditions that may become severe if not treated in a timely manner. Walk-in patients can also get seasonal flu shots, child immunizations, and blood glucose tests. They can also get their cholesterol levels and BMI checked at these clinics. There are many different clinics located around Chicago. Many of these clinics specialize in certain areas, such as women's health. Some also offer physical therapy services. Some Chicago clinics offer both urgent care and specialty services. For example, MinuteClinic locations in North and West Side neighborhoods provide services for women and children. These clinics are also open on weekends and evenings. Some Chicago clinics accept Medicaid and other insurance plans. Some can also bill Medicaid and other insurance plans. If you have insurance, contact your insurance provider to see if you can get coverage. You can also take advantage of free services at a school-based health center.