Adult Health Center
CCA’S ADULT HEALTH CENTER PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE, LOW COST MEDICAL AND
DENTAL CARE TO THE WORKING POOR LIVING ACROSS DENTON COUNTY, AS WELL AS CCA'S
ENTIRE SERVICE AREA.
The center was established in September 1999 due to a glaring need for
affordable health care for the uninsured and underinsured. According to the U.S.
Census Bureau, Texas has the highest percentage of uninsured residents in the
nation. CCA's Adult Health Center addresses the need for affordable primary and
preventative health care by offering a range of services.
Internal medicine and family practice providers assist with a variety of
- Treatment of acute non-emergency illnesses, chronic diseases, high blood
pressure, respiratory ailments, heart disease and diabetes
- Well-woman exams, pap smears, EKG readings and physical exams
- Dispensing antibiotic, immunization and steroid therapies
- Free or nominal fee for lab work/medications, and free medical
supplies/equipment (except diabetic test strips)
Patients are seen by appointment. Referrals to
area-specialists are made as necessary. Our services include:
- Chiropractic and massage therapy for pain management
- Dental services such as fillings, root canals and extractions
- Dental Sealant program available for children only
- Diabetic and nutritional education
- Dispensary of medication
- Health and wellness education
- Immunizations such as flu, pneumavax, etc.
- Medication Assistance Program (MAP)
- Optometry services to include: prescription eyeglasses, vision screenings,
eye trauma, diabetic retinopathy and other eye disorders
- Women’s health care including Pap tests and annual exams (excludes
Diabetes & Patient Education
Medication Assistance Program (MAP)
Patients receive diabetes information and facts on disease processes through
group or one-on-one sessions, led by a Certified Diabetes Educator, about the
importance of controlling diabetes.
Patients are provided educational materials and
encouraged to watch videos on their disease process.
The Medication Assistance Program (MAP) provides medications for low-income
patients with chronic conditions at no charge or for a nominal fee. This is made
possible through applications to the pharmaceutical companies that are filled out
by our MAP volunteers who ensure that the proper signatures and documentation are
included. Once medications are received, MAP volunteers also assist in their
To participate in the program, patients must qualify for CCA services and are
referred to MAP through the Adult Health Center or by a CCA caseworker. Patients
must be US citizens and must have sources of income without Medicare, Medicaid or
any private prescription insurance plan.
Offers comprehensive information to patients regarding the importance of
eating healthy meals, weight management, smoking cessation and general
health/wellness counseling by a licensed dietitian.
Clinic Staff and
The Adult Health Center providers include:
- Part-time Internal Medicine Physician
- Full-time Certified Physician Assistant
- Full-time Registered Nurse, Director
- Full-time Nurse Educator
- 3 Full-time Certified Medical Assistants
Not only does CCA have top quality paid staff, but we also have an exemplary
team of volunteers with professional backgrounds that include:
- Registered Nurses
- Licensed Vocational Nurses
- Medical Assistants
- Medication Assistance Program Coordinators
- Administrative Assistants
- Lab Tech
- Dental Assistants
- Certified Ophthalmic Technician
- Diabetic Educator
- Massage Therapist
- Pre-med and Medical Assistant Students
Services When necessary, referrals are made from the Adult Health Center
to area specialists for specific care. (Patients are seen in specialists’
private offices.) Such specialties include:
Qualifications for Services
- Ear, Nose & Throat
- Radiology Services
- Mammography Services
- Must be 19 years or older
- Working poor; no access to medical or dental insurance and do not qualify
for Medicaid or Medicare
- In order to receive assistance you must reside in one of the following
school districts; Argyle, Carrollton/Farmers Branch ISD (Denton County portion
of school district), Coppell ISD, Frisco ISD, Lake Dallas ISD, Lewisville ISD,
Little Elm ISD and Northwest ISD or in Denton County.
- A prescreening appointment is required. The following information must be
- Proof of gross annual income (last two pay stubs, TX workforce, child
support or SSI printouts)
- Proof of Denton County residency, or residency in one of the school
districts listed above (lease, mortgage coupon or landlord letter, current
utility bill in your name, or mail from any government office or agency
dated within the last 90 days)
- Social security card and driver's license or valid picture ID
||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday (8 a.m.
– 5 p.m.); Thurs (11 a.m. - 7 p.m.) and 3rd Saturday of each
(8 a.m. – 12 p.m.)
||Days and hours vary, dependent of availability
of a dentist (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
||Thursdays (6-7 p.m.) and 2nd Thursday (2-4
||3rd Thursday (5-7 p.m.) and 2nd and 4th Mondays
(8 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
||Thursday (once monthly - date varies)
|Walk-ins accepted upon availability.
To schedule an appointment or for more information call 972-219-4325.
$25.00 for medical, dental and eye visits
$5.00 for Chiropractic and massage therapy for pain management
$15.00 - $20.00 for injections
$10.00 for Diabetic test strips
To make an appointment at the Adult Health Center, call 972-219-4325.
Patient Prescreening - Spanish