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Covid-19 Resources


Our office is available to help answer questions about any of the resources available during the COVID crisis. If you have any questions, you can always reach us by emailing or by calling (773) 348 - 3434.


Finding a COVID-19 Vaccine Near You

  • The State of Illinois maintains its own vaccine finder that can be found here that can link individuals to vaccine providers' websites.

  • The City of Chicago maintains a Vaccine Finder webpage that can be used to find vaccination providers near your location. You can also call the city's COVID-19 hotline for assistance at (312) 746-4835.  

  • Get vaccinated at home and get a $100 gift card from the City of Chicago: appointments can be made Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm. To schedule your appointment call 312-746-4835 or click here.

  • Cook County maintains a webpage to find COVID-19 vaccines near you; it can be found here.

  • Walgreens offers free COVID-19 vaccines, click here to schedule your appointment.

  • CVS also offers free COVID-19 vaccines, click here to schedule your appointment.

Be aware of scams

If anyone asks you to pay for access to a COVID-19 vaccine, you can bet it’s a scam. Don’t share your personal or financial information if someone calls, texts, or emails you promising access to a vaccine for an extra fee. Here's information for  Center for Disease and Control (CDC)

Testing for COVID-19

  • The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has compiled a list of testing sites throughout the state.

  • The City of Chicago has compiled resources for testing options in the city including community health centers, pharmacies, community-based testing, and more. 

  • Heartland Health Center is offering COVID-19 PCR testing to non-patients every Wednesday from 1:00 - 4:00 pm by appointment only (make an appointment call 872-245-3790).

  • Swedish Covenant, 5140 N. California offers COVID-19 drive-thru testing at 2899 W. Carmen Ave with scheduled appointments. To screen for an appointment call 773-907-7700 or see more information on testing here.

Accessing Healthcare

If you have insurance and believe you need non-emergency medical services, you can contact your insurance carrier to help locate care or to use a telemedicine service like Teledoc. If you have misplaced your insurance card, your employer’s benefits manager (usually human resources department) can provide you with the contact information. 

Uninsured and low / no-income residents who need non-emergency medical services should locate their nearest community health center (CHC) at CHCs receive funding from the federal government that allows them to charge each patient on a sliding scale fee based on the patient’s income and ability to pay.


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