Florida Department of Health – Volusia
Offers many family planning services included but not limited to pregnancy testing and counseling, all methods of birth control, physical exams and analysis, HIV and STD counseling and screening, and more. Services are based on a sliding fee scale.
Daytona State College Dental Hygiene Program
Affordable low-cost dental cleanings for children and adults.
Florida Department of Health Preventive Dental Health Program
This program offers examinations, X-rays, dental cleanings, fillings, extractions, and more. Also available for adults. Call for questions. Locations in Daytona and Orange City.
Good Samaritan Clinic
136 E Plymouth Ave, DeLand
Provides free medical and dental healthcare to people without insurance in West Volusia County.
Children’s Medical Services
Early intervention services for families with infants and toddlers with developmental delays. Call for an appointment.
WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)
Federal Special Supplemental Nutrition Program organized by the Florida Department of Health offering family nutrition education breastfeeding assistance and issuing EBT benefits for WIC-approved foods. If you’re pregnant, postpartum, or a breastfeeding mother, you may qualify. Infants and children under the age of 5 may also qualify.
Flagler Free Clinic
703 East Moody Blvd, Bunnell
A volunteer-based, donor-funded clinic that provides free medical care to uninsured Flagler County residents in need.
Flagler County Human Services
Provides healthcare services including medical assistance for low-income and uninsured residents, prescription assistance, emergency dental care, Healthy Kids Program, and more.
Flagler County Health Department – Bunnell
301 Dr. Carter Blvd, Bunnell
Must make an appointment to be seen. Child immunizations, flu shots, family planning & sterilizations, STD & communicable disease testing, HIV, Dental (for Medicaid clients only); Eligibility criteria must be met for certain programs.
Toll Free: 888-540-5437
Florida KidCare is the umbrella brand for the four government-sponsored health insurance programs – Medicaid, MediKids, Florida Healthy Kids and the Children’s Medical Services Managed Care Plan – that together provide a seamless continuum of coverage for Florida children from birth through the end of age 18.