Wheeler Family Health and Wellness Center, Bristol
10 North Main Street, Bristol
860.793.3500 or toll-free 888.793.3500
Wheeler’s Family Health & Wellness Center is a community health center at 10 North Main Street, Bristol that offers convenient primary care, substance abuse treatment and behavioral health care that’s close to home for residents and Bristol and surrounding towns.
Walk-in, same-day care provided.
Call our Navigation Center for more information or to schedule a first-time appointment: 860.793.3500 or toll-free 888.793.3500.
Convenient walk-in and appointment hours are available for our full continuum of services!
- Primary and walk-in care for all ages
- Medication-assisted treatment for addiction such as extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol®) and buprenorphine (Suboxone®) for alcohol, heroin and opioid addiction
- Integrated behavioral health care
- Well-child care and immunizations
- Expanded pediatric services
- Physical examinations
- Women’s health
- Tobacco cessation services and support
- Laboratory services
SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CENTERS IN BRISTOL
Wheeler’s school-based health centers provide individual behavioral health services as well as linkage to other services in the community, including connections with the Family Health and Wellness Center for primary 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.
- Chippens Hill Middle School
551 Peacedale Street, Bristol
- Greene-Hills School
718 Pine Street, Bristol
- South Side School
21 Tuttle Road, Bristol
- West Bristol School
500 Clark Avenue, Bristol
Staff Focused on YOUR Needs and Whole-Person Health
Wheeler’s Family Health & Wellness Centers provide a continuum of integrated primary care, behavioral health, and support services. Our medical care providers, medical assistants, clinicians, counselors and care facilitators work as part of an integrated, whole-person team, ensuring that your complete health is considered and cared for. This ensures the best outcomes and provides a more comprehensive view of wellness.
Meet our clinical leadership at our Family Health & Wellness Centers.
News from Wheeler's Health & Wellness Centers
Adjusting to a New World of Recovery
When James left prison in early 2018, he found a world that he didn’t recognize in many ways. There was new technology, new ways of communicating, new challenges. One major challenge remained, however, and that was addressing many of the factors that led him to prison to begin with, including addiction.
Addressing the Social Determinants of Health
Health and wellness is so much more than going to the doctor or getting prescriptions filled. If individuals and families leave the physician’s office and return home to environments that don’t promote or sustain healthy behaviors, treating diseases like asthma, depression or heart disease can become difficult or even impossible. The social determinants of health influence everything else in our health care system.
SNAP and Medicaid February 2019 Enrollment Sessions
Wheeler's Health & Wellness Center team will have seven walk-in clinics available to assist with SNAP, SAGA, TANF, HUSKY and Access Healthcare. Make an appointment or stop in at one of the following locations. Remember to bring your photo ID, medical insurance card, a copy of recent mail, last 4 pay stubs and a recent utility bill. Call the Wheeler Health & Wellness Center at 860-793-3500 to make your appointment.
Wheeler Recognized for Patient-Centered Care, Quality
The only community health center in Connecticut with both primary medical care and behavioral health home certifications, Wheeler is also one of five organizations nationally to earn four specific accreditations and certifications from the nation’s oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body for providing quality, coordinated, patient-centered health care.
Amanda S. Grasso, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, Joins Wheeler Health & Wellness Center, New Britain
Amanda S. Grasso, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, has joined Wheeler’s Health & Wellness Center (HWC), offering services through HWC facilities in New Britain.
Addressing the Opioid Crisis in Bristol
Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu today announced the receipt of a grant from the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) that will enable the City of Bristol to directly address the opioid crisis with a $150,000 grant.
Wheeler's Basic Needs Fund
Wheeler’s new Basic Needs Fund, addresses a range of environmental and social factors that interfere with clients’ health and well-being, that are not addressed by other means of funding.
A History of Addiction Services at Wheeler
From the early start-up years to the leading edge of addressing today’s opioid crisis, Wheeler’s addiction programs have consistently approached the disease of addiction with innovative methodologies at the intersection with other health conditions.