Get affordable health care

Casa de Salud was founded in 2010 to ensure that people in the immigrant and refugee community of St. Louis could get quality health care. Casa makes it easy for you to connect with a doctor or other health care provider – in your own language, at a low cost or no cost.

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Casa de Salud clinic information

Hours:

  • Monday through Friday:
    9 am – 4 pm, with some evenings (varies) until 7 pm

  • Saturdays: 9 am – 12 noon

  • Sundays: 1 – 5 pm

Address:
3200 Chouteau Avenue 
St. Louis, MO 63103

At Casa, you can see a doctor 7 days a week, with an interpreter, for a flat fee of $35.

Services you can get

Learn about our health care services

What you need to know

See our patient resources

Read more
COVID-19
safety information
How we're keeping you safe

Make an appointment

You can make an appointment for medical health care, mental health care, and GUIA guide (case management) services.

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Think about how you want to have your appointment:

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In-person appointment 
at the Casa health
care clinic

Telehealth appointment using your own device at home 

On-site telehealth appointment using a device at Casa de Salud 

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When you schedule your appointment, include what type of appointment you want to have.

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Schedule your appointment:

Call to make a health care (medical) appointment or GUIA guide appointment: 314-977-1250

Call to make a mental health care appointment:

314-977-1240

Email to make any type of appointment:

info@casadesaludstl.org

If you email us or if you call and we don't answer, please leave us a message. Give us your full name, date of birth, and phone number, and type of appointment.

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Prepare for your appointment:

Use the guides below to prepare for your appointment

If you schedule an in-person appointment or on-site telehealth appointment that happens at Casa, please read about important safety steps before you arrive:

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Safety steps for appointments at Casa de Salud:

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How to prepare for your telehealth appointment:

If you schedule an telehealth appointment that happens at home using your own device, please read about how to prepare for your appointment

 
 

Health services you can get

Casa’s team of doctors and other health care providers gives primary (non-emergency) health care to adults age 18 and older. The team includes bilingual medical staff and interpreters so that language is not a barrier to care.

Health care services

Through our primary clinic, you can get medical services such as for:

  • Non-emergency health problems such as burns, rashes, sprains

  • Long-term (chronic) health problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes

  • Care to keep you healthy (called preventive care) such as:

    • Well woman exams with screening tests for cancer or sexually transmitted diseases

    • Well check-ups with counseling on healthy eating and screening tests for health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and sexually transmitted diseases

  • Certain types of specialty health care such as dermatology (skin care), gynecology (women’s health), and others

Mental health services

Through our Mental Health Collaborative (MHC), you can get counseling to help you:

  • Manage stress

  • Adapt to change

  • Have better physical health

  • Improve your relationships

  • Cope with trauma

  • Treat anxiety or depression

Mental Health Collaborative (MHC) information

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Address:

1015 S. Compton Avenue,
St. Louis, MO 63104

GUIA guide (case management) services

You are assigned a specific person to help you get health care. The U.S. health care system is hard to understand and find your way. A GUIA guide will help you:

  • Schedule appointments for health care

  • Find transportation to appointments, and can accompany you

  • Get referrals to health care providers other than Casa’s providers

  • Help you find ways to pay the cost of health care, if needed

COVID-19 updates

To help keep our patients, staff, and volunteers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Casa de Salud expanded our use of telehealth appointments. Our telehealth appointments allow patients to connect with a Casa doctor from home – through a Zoom video call from your phone, tablet, or computer.

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What you need to know

These are answers to questions patients may have about Casa de Salud services.

Answers to some common questions

Who can get health care services through Casa?

Casa serves anyone who does not have health insurance. We focus on serving immigrants and refugees who face barriers of language, culture, and finances in St. Louis and its metro area.

Does Casa offer health care services for children?

No, we do not have the full range of health care services for children. However, we do arrange for children’s services through these health care partners:

  • Dental check-ups and other services held at the Casa primary clinic

  • Referrals to primary health care services for children at the People’s Health Centers at their clinic on Delmar Avenue in St. Louis

How is Casa able to give services at low or no cost?

We are blessed with the generosity of many who believe in Casa’s mission, including:

  • Health care providers and other volunteers who donate their services and time at no cost

  • Funding from generous individual donors, regional foundations, and corporations

Has Casa made any changes to services because of the COVID-19 pandemic?

Yes, we have made some changes to services for the safety of our patients, volunteers, and staff. To learn more, see COVID-19 updates.

Click the button for resources to learn more about your health, such as diabetes and high blood pressure.

Resources to learn about your health