Ways to help
- For monetary donations, support us through MU Advancement.
- To volunteer or to donate supplies, call 573-882-2428 or email us.
Provides behavioral healthcare through therapy and support groups for persons who are uninsured or unable to afford low cost, high quality care.
IBHC offers comprehensive assessments for mental health and other health needs; psychoeducational groups on topics such as substance abuse and coping skills; and clinical services including counseling (for individuals, couples and family), case management and crisis intervention.
IBHC also offers the following support groups:
The students who provide the services are currently enrolled in the graduate program at the University of Missouri School of Social Work and are under the direct supervision of licensed clinical social workers.
Clinic hours are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and free childcare is provided during appointments. Referrals are now being accepted. To begin any of these services, call 573-882-2428.
Provides free primary healthcare to the uninsured or those who are waiting for their coverage to begin.
This student-operated medical clinic focuses on providing high quality patient care to uninsured residents of Central Missouri, while also advocating on behalf of our patients regarding access to medical care and other basic needs.
Thank you for your interest in scheduling an appointment with MedZou. In order to ensure that you receive the best possible medical care, we screen all new patients through the Family Health Center (FHC). Please call the FHC at 573-214-2314 or 877-677-4342 and ask for Anna Hoskins or another social worker and tell them that you need to be screened for MedZou. The FHC will then provide MedZou with the contact information for all screened patients, so that we can contact you to schedule your visit. Please remember to bring the following to your appointment:
To schedule an appointment, please call 573-356-2499 or email MedZou. Please remember to bring the following to your appointment:
We ask MedZou patients to bring income information to their appointments. We know that this is a sensitive topic for patients, so it is your decision if you would like to bring your financial information. Your income information will not affect your medical care at MedZou. However, it can help you obtain expensive medications for free through the Patient Assistance Programs (PAP) offered by drug companies. Some forms of income information accepted by drug companies are listed below, with the best forms listed first.
HOURS AND SERVICES
The MedZou primary care clinic is open every Thursday evening from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The services* we provide include:
We also offer specialty clinics on Mondays. They include:
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide services for emergency healthcare or prescriptions for controlled substances.
*Please note that while we do our best to provide comprehensive, free medical care to patients, we do not provide every service at every clinic. We pledge to do our best to keep everything as free or low-cost to each patient, but we are not always obligated to provide all of these services free-of-charge. This is especially true with medication. Please talk with your health care provider at MedZou about any concerns you might have.
Services provided include nutrition coaching.
NutriZou is a pro bono nutrition coaching services clinic associated with the Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology and the University of Missouri Extension. MU dietetic students provide nutrition coaching appointments to community members under the supervision of the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.