Free Clinics

Chippewa Valley Free Clinic
1030 Oakridge Drive
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Hours: Tuesdays: 4pm-8pm; Walk-In Registration: 4-6 p.m.
1st and 3rd Thursday: 9am-1pm; Walk-In Registration 9-10 a.m.
Phone: (715) 839-8477
Interpreters Provided

CARE Clinic
906 College Avenue
Red Wing, MN 55066
Hours: Tuesdays 4pm-8pm
Phone: (651) 388-1022
Through a partnership with Hispanic Outreach of Goodhue County, we are offering a new service, Hispanic Family Therapy (Consejería en Español). A bilingual, bicultural psychotherapist is available on Tuesdays to provide short-term therapy for Spanish-speaking individuals and families with mental health concerns. Appointments are required. Contact Lucy Richardson at Hispanic Outreach at 651-301-2184 for more information.

St. Clare Health Mission
916 Ferry Street
LaCrosse, WI 54061
Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5pm-7pm
Phone: (608) 519-4623
What to Bring: Your last 2 pay stubs and a copy or your last tax forms

Clinics with Sliding Fees

Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers
Cashton, WI
Phone: (608) 654-5100
We provide medical, dental, chiropractic, behavioral health, health education and pharmacy services for patients in Monroe, Vernon, Crawford and La Crosse counties. Our staff not only provides clinical care, but helps link individuals with resources that allow them to stay healthy, and to lead and support initiatives for healthy communities. We have on-site Interpreters.

3004 Golf Road, Suite 100
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone: (715) 514-2827
We are a clinic that does not use insurance and has clear published pricing to keep the costs low.

AdventHealth Durand

1220 Third Avenue West
Durand, WI 54736
Phone: (715) 672-4211

Whole-person care with a community focus. If you receive medically necessary services and you do no have medical coverage, you may qualify for financial assistance. 

More Information aout their financial assistance

Small Community Clinics

Stockholm Health Care
12070 State Hwy 35
Stockholm, WI 54769
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:30-5:00 pm
Phone: (715) 821-8532
Call to make an appointment and ask for an interpreter.

Reproductive Health Care/Related Services

Semcac Clinic

The Semcac Clinic in Winona provides high quality family planning and sexual health services and education for everyone—regardless of income level, insurance status, age, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or state of residency.

All fees for service are based on annual household income and the number of household members are supported by that income.

Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center Building
420 E. Sarnia Street Suite 1600
Winona, MN 55987


Planned Parenthood-Eau Claire

967 W. Clairemont Avenue
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone: (715) 833-2279


Hours: Monday 11am-7pm, Wednesday 10am-6pm, Friday 9am-5pm 

Closed Holidays

Planned Parenthood-La Crosse

1201 Caledonia Street
LaCrosse, WI 54603
Phone: (800) 657-5177

Options for Women

Free and confidential services and support for women offered free of charge. These services include pregnancy testing, STI testing, limited OB ultrasound, and material assistance with baby supplies.

414 N. Main Street
River Falls, WI
Phone: (715) 425-8539

Also, offering services in Durand, WI every 2nd Wednesday of the month on the 2nd floor of the Pepin County Government Center. 

Phone: (715) 672-5961 x139


Chippewa Valley Technical College Dental Clinic
Clairemont Campus-Health Education Center
615 W. Clairemont Avenue
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone: (715) 833-6271

Chippewa Valley Free Clinic
1030 Oakridge Drive
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Tuesdays 5-8pm by appointment only
Phone: (715) 839-8477

Aspen Dental Winona
940 Frontenac Drive
Winona, MN 55987
Phone: (507) 414-7001

Public Health Information

Public Health Departments promote healthy communities and help prevent the start and spread of outbreaks and disease. The Public Health Department in your county most likely provides immunizations. Contact your local Public Health Department for services they can offer you.

Information about Sicknesses that come from animals and how to prevent them.

Information on the TD Vaccine:

Buffalo County Public Health Programs

407 S. 2nd Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-4412
The mission of Buffalo County Public Health is to empower communities to live better longer by preventing disease, protecting health, and assuring safety.

Well Water Testing
It’s important to know if your drinking water is safe, especially for pregnant women and babies drinking infant formula mixed with water
We offer FREE well water testing to eligible pregnant women and families

Water test kits also available for fee for those not eligible
For more information, call (608) 685-4412

Babies are more at risk for getting sick. Getting your whole family vaccinated helps protect your baby during this time.
Immunizations for eligible children and infants are available for free from Buffalo County Public Health For more information, call (608) 685-4412

WIC – Women, Infants, Children

WIC approved foods for the entire family (fruits, veggies, 100% juice, legumes, peanut butter, cereals, whole grains, milk, yogurt, eggs, cheese, and infant foods)

  • Breastfeeding support and/or infant formula
  • Tips on meal planning, recipes, and shopping on a budget
  • Information about feeding and caring for infants Individual, confidential time with a WIC registered dietitian
  • Referrals to other services to meet your needs. For more information, call (608) 685-4412

First Breath
First Breath is a free program that helps pregnant women, new moms, and their families quit or reduce smoking. Offers incentives for participating
For more information, call (608) 685-4412

Trempealeau County Public Health Programs

36245 Main Street
Whitehall, WI 54773
Phone: (715) 538-2311 ext. 220
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 A.M to 4:30 P.M

Our Mission
The mission of the Trempealeau County Health Department is to promote and improve the quality of life and health of all of the people in our county through community assessment and surveillance, disaster planning and disease prevention and health promotion, in the areas of nursing, environmental health, and nutrition.

What can the Health Department do for you?

  • Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
  • Adult Services
  • Environmental Health
  • WIC Nutrition services to pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women and children under 5
  • Home Care Health assessment, wound care, medication set up, bathing and nail care.
  • Human Health Hazards – We respond to citizen complaints of human health hazards
  • Maternal Child Health/Prenatal Care
  • Wisconsin Well Woman Program – An income-based program for women ages 45-64. It covers clinical breast exam and pap smear with pelvic exam for women ages 45-64 years of age and mammography for women 50-64 years of age.
  • Animal Bites – We provide information on what to do if you or someone you know has been a victim of an animal bite and information on Wisconsin quarantine requirements.
  • Home visits and education are provided to pregnant women and families
  • Childhood immunizations (Free for children without insurance)
  • Communicable Disease Investigation
  • Childhood Lead Program – Blood lead screening for children ages 1-5
  • Follow-up of communicable diseases reportable in the state of Wisconsin.
  • Car Seat Program – Car safety tips and assistance are available. Car seats available for purchase at the health department.
  • Shining Smiles – Oral health program for pregnant women and children under 10 years of age who have Medicaid coverage.
  • Children with Special Health Care Needs –  This program offers free confidential information and referrals for services to children with special health care needs from birth to 21 years of age. Information includes recommendations for books, articles, audio visuals, and websites related to your child’s special needs.
  • Living Well with Chronic Conditions Workshop – Self management workshops
  • Well Water Sampling – We provide sampling kits to test your well water
  • Wellness Thursdays – Blood Pressure Screening, Immunizations, TB Skin Test, Physical Exams for Children (excludes WIAA sports physical), Hearing and Vision Screening, Pregnancy Test, Screenings (Choloesterol, blood sugar, blood iron, and hemoglobin), Blood Lead Testing, Well water Testing. Call 715-538-2311 ext. 220 to make an appointment. Dial ext. 431 to leave a message in Spanish and your call will be returned within a couple days.

PEPIN County Health Department

7th Avenue West
P.O. Box 39
Durand, WI 54736
Phone: (715) 672-5961

Values: Service-Responsibility-Collaboration-Innovation

Services That We Offer:

  • Blood Pressure Check-Ups
  • Correct use of a Child’s car seat
  • Prevention and control of Communicable Diseases
  • Free STD Testing
  • Services for Incarcerated Individuals
  • Vaccine Program for children and adults without enough insurance
  • Vitamin Program for Women
  • Family Planning Services
  • Coordination of Prenatal Care
  • Prevention: Alcohol Abuse and Dangerous Drugs
  • Rabies Control
  • Read me a Story! Program
  • Tuberculosis Testing
  • Water Quality Testing
  • WIC

Call us to schedule any of the services we offer!

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