Integrated Primary and Behavioral Health Care

Complete Health Care for the Whole Family

  • Primary care and pediatrics, including vaccinations (flu, back-to-school, and COVID), exams, check-ups, OBGYN, chronic disease management, and more
  • Behavioral health and addiction services for all ages
  • On-site dental care in Hartford
  • Nutrition and wellness services on-site
  • Connections to community resources
  • Support for basic needs, through the generosity of Wheeler's donors
  • On-site Genoa Healthcare pharmacies in Hartford, New Britain, Plainville, and Waterbury
  • And much more!

Walk-In Access to Behavioral Health Services

Monday–Friday: 9:00 AM–3:30 PM

We believe we can best support our patients when we meet face to face. We also think it’s important to have a space outside of your home to safely engage in therapy. Our health centers are safe, follow the best guidance for social distancing and mask-wearing, and we want to return to face to face services as the standard.

Walk-in care is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Walk-in appointments are based on staffing availability at the time. Everyone walking in will be asked to screen for COVID-19.

  • Wheeler Family Health & Wellness Center, Bristol community health center
    10 North Main Street, Bristol
    225 North Main Street, Bristol

    (learn more)
  • Wheeler Family Health & Wellness Center, Hartford community health center
    43 Woodland Street, Hartford
    (learn more)
  • Wheeler Health & Wellness Center, New Britain community health center
    40 Hart Street, New Britain
     (learn more)
  • Wheeler Health & Wellness Center, Plainville community health center 
    91 Northwest Drive, Plainville (learn more) NOW OFFERING MEDICAL CARE!
  • Wheeler Family Health & Wellness Center, Waterbury community
    health center

    855 Lakewood Road, Waterbury
    (learn more)

Download a printable Wheeler service brochure

 

Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial health insurance welcome. No patient will be denied health care services due to an individual’s inability to pay for services. Wheeler is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n) .

Did you know you can voluntarily request that your prescribing practitioners not prescribe opioid medications for your conditions? Click here to download a Voluntary Non-Opioid Directive Form.

 

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