Medical Resources in Rice Village
Avenue 360 Health and Wellness has three clinics within a short drive from Rice Village. Registration is required prior to obtaining services. Proof of insurance, proof of income, proof of identity and proof of address are also needed to remain eligible for services and care. Case management beyond health care is offered in terms of housing, family healthcare, financial assistance and mental health therapy appointments.
For your children, Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in the Texas Medical Center provides care with limited restrictions on who can be provided care. General, specialty and intensive types of medical and surgical care are available for your child no matter their age. Emergency pediatric and neonatal transportation services are also available. If you require accommodation with translation services, then Memorial Hermann can also assist you in that regard.
Covenant House is right in the neighborhood for Rice Village residents. Located at 1111 Lovett Boulevard, Covenant House serves adults aged 18-20 as well as their children regarding medical care, mental health counseling as well as psychiatric health assessments. Additional activities include nutrition education, community gardens and food fairs. There is something for everyone at Covenant House. Particularly important are resources aimed at preventing runaway child situations as well as how to stay safe in less-than-ideal circumstances at home.
The University of Houston College of Optometry- University Eye Institute works with neighborhood-based clinics to provide eye and vision care at reduced cost. Each clinic provides such services as comprehensive eye exams and diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases, and prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses. You need to bring current medical and vision insurance cards, eyeglasses and contact lenses to an initial appointment in order to verify eligibility. There is also a sliding scale for fees based on your level of income.