Find a treatment clinic or facility for mental health, alcohol, drug, and substance abuse treatment. Search up to a 200-mile radius or more, including crossing state lines. The Detailed search allows specifying outpatient, inpatient, residential treatment, or a mix of mental health and substance abuse services, and permits a full national search. May filter out smoking or nonsmoking locations. Site by the federal Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Federal government website at medicare.gov lists physicians by city (the zip code feature is not reliable yet) and specialty, including podiatry. Not too much information, usually less than you get at a state's licensing site, even after 6 years since site launch. Maybe in the future it will contain useful quality comparisons. Psychologists, social workers, therapists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants & audiologists are not included
Easy to use database of thousands of licensed psychologists, from the nonprofit credentialing organization National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
Easy to use free list of physicians (allergy, dermatology, ENT, ophthalmology, OB-GYN, orthopedic surgeons, psychiatrists, internal medicine and others included in primary care), podiatrists, and dentists in New York City (NYC) and Brooklyn, who show appointments available today or within the next week. Patients can see map of office location, book appointment online, and rate the doctor after office visit. Profiles show education, hospital affiliations, Board Certification (not all MDs or DOs have this credential), languages spoken and health insurance accepted. Service created by ZocDoc entrepreneurs
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List of federally funded community health centers that provide primary care, pregnancy care, physician office visits, immunizations, dental care, mental health and other services, regardless of ability to pay. Search by state, county or zip code. Every state appears to have special clinics for those without insurance. Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) have sliding fee scales for people up to 200% of poverty level