Bristol Locations

Temporary site hours due to COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Walk-in services are provided, but calling first is strongly recommended. Most services can be conducted by telephone or telehealth.
  • Wheeler's Navigation Center is open at 860.793.3500, Monday through Thursday, 8AM to 6PM and Friday from 8AM to 5PM.

WHEELER FAMILY HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER
10 North Main Street and 225 North main Street

Bristol, CT 06010
860.793.3500 or toll-free 888.793.3500

Walk-in, same-day care provided.

Convenient walk-in and appointment hours are available for our full continuum of services!


SERVICES AT 10 NORTH MAIN STREET, BRISTOL

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36 Race Street

Bristol, CT 06010
860.583.6214

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SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CENTERS

Wheeler’s school-based health centers provide individual behavioral health services as well as linkage to other services in the community, including connections with primary and dental care, and a broad continuum of outpatient and community-based care.

Learn more here, or call Wheeler's Navigation Center at 860.793.3500 or 888.793.3500.

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  • Bristol Central High School, 480 Wolcott Street
  • Bristol Eastern High School, 632 King Street
  • Bristol Preparatory Academy, 210 Redstone Hill Road
  • Chippens Hill School, 551 Peacedale Street
  • Edgewood School, 345 Mix Street
  • Greene-Hills School, 718 Pine Street
  • Hubbell School, 90 West Washington Street
  • Ivy Drive School, 160 Ivy Drive
  • Mountain View School, 71 Vera Road
  • Northeast Middle School, 530 Stevens Street
  • South Side School, 21 Tuttle Road
  • Stafford School, 212 Louisiana Avenue
  • West Bristol School, 500 Clarke Avenue



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