North Dakota Free and Income Based Clinics

Free Clinics in North Dakota

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Obtaining accessible, affordable, and quality health care is a fundamental need for individuals and families. Often, low-income individuals and families find it challenging to afford or access the necessary health care services. In North Dakota, however, there are several free and low-cost clinics, networks, and programs that provide professional health care services. Here's a comprehensive guide detailing free and income-based medical services available in North Dakota.

State Programs and Subsidies

The North Dakota Department of Health offers the North Dakota Medicaid Program. This program provides free or low-cost insurance to low-income individuals and families. To determine eligibility or apply, visit the North Dakota Department of Human Services' website.

Free Clinics and Networks

Family Healthcare Center

Family Healthcare Center in Fargo operates on a sliding scale fee, meaning the cost of services adjusts according to income. They offer comprehensive health care, including dental and mental health services. To schedule an appointment, simply call (701) 271-3344 or visit their website for more details.

Coal Country Community Health Centers

Coal Country Community Health Centers, located in Beulah, Hazen, Killdeer, and Center also operates on a sliding scale fee. They provide primary care, behavioral health, and dental services. You can schedule an appointment by calling (701) 873-4445 or visit their website for further details.

Valley Community Health Centers

Valley Community Health Centers, with locations in Northwood, Larimore, and Grand Forks also offer health care services on a sliding scale basis. Dental, medical, and behavioral health services are available. Visit their website or call (701) 587-6000 to schedule an appointment.

Faith-Based Providers

Third Street Clinic

The Third Street Clinic in Grand Forks is a faith-based nonprofit clinic that provides free health care to eligible patients. Services provided include primary care and prescription medication help. For more information, visit their website or call (701) 772-1263.

Christ the King Free Clinic

Located in Mandan, the Christ the King Free Clinic offers free health care services to individuals without insurance or those under-insured. They are open every Tuesday from 5:30 pm to 8 pm – no appointments are necessary. Services offered include general exams, chronic disease care, counseling, and referrals to health and social services. For more information, you can call (701)667-4600.


Accessing affordable, quality health care in North Dakota is possible through these, and other programs, clinics, and organizations. Information about more resources, including free prescription drug programs, counseling services, and support groups can often be found on the websites of the providers listed above or by direct contact.

Note that when visiting these clinics, you may need to bring certain documentation, such as proof of income, identification, or health records. Be prepared by calling ahead or checking their websites for any necessary paperwork.

Whether you're seeking preventative care, treatment for a chronic condition, mental health support, or other health services, these providers aim to deliver quality care to residents in need. Reach out to these clinics and networks; they are there to serve you and help ensure your health and well-being.

We are the largest online directory of free and affordable health clinics. Most clinics listed in our database receive federal grants, state subsidies, or are owned and operated by non-profit organizations and provide services that are either free or at a reduced rate.

There are a total of 32 clinics in the state of North Dakota. Fargo has a total of 5 clinics and the city with most clinics in North Dakota. The next city with most clinics is Beulah with a total of 4 clinics. is updated and maintained by users like you so if you know of any new clinics in North Dakota or any updates that need to be made to our database please contribute.

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