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medical care

Medical care is essential to preventing, diagnosing, treating and curing illnesses. The medical resources below give low-income and no-income population access to free or reduced health care for those who qualify.   

Medical Team

SantePlus Medical Center
A culturally based preventive care management clinic, which aims to provide high quality primary care, and preventive care while using the patients’ primary language and taking into consideration their culture, with the integration of health education, and patient self-responsibility.
3822 Broadway, Suite A, Fort Myers, FL 33901
(239) 900-9170


Florida Lions Eye Clinic (Eye Care)
Onsite screenings and clinical care to many in underserved areas of the community, particularly in southwest Florida. Qualified patients can visit the Bonita Springs Clinic and receive a wide range of quality eye care services and medical treatments free of charge.

10322 Pennsylvania Ave., Bonita Springs, FL 34135

(239) 498-3937


Hodges University (Dental Care)

Hodges University's Dental Hygiene students have been learning from experienced dental hygienists and dentists. Now, they are applying their developing knowledge and skills to help the children and adults in our community receive the preventative dental care they need. Good dental care is key to good overall health. The clinic offers preventative dental hygiene care for children and adults. Services include: Oral Health Screening; Preventative Dental Cleaning; Digital X-Rays

4501 Colonial Blvd Fort Myers, Florida 33966

(239) 938-7787



Lee County Department of Health
The Florida Department of Health in Lee County (DOH-Lee) is one of 67 Public Health Departments under the governance of the integrated Florida Department of Health (DOH). Although DOH-Lee is a state agency, it maintains a very strong partnership with Lee County Government.

3920 Michigan Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33916 

(239) 332-9501


Mental Health Resources

For individuals and communities are available at . Floridians’ health and well-being are a top priority, and the Department of Children and Families is reminding individuals that they are not alone.

(800) 985-5990



NAMI of Lee, Charlotte and Hendry Counties (Mental Health)

An organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness.

8191 College Parkway, Suite 201, Fort Myers, FL 33919

Phone: (239) 337-9024 - Lee/Hendry County   

Phone: (941) 787-2763 - Charlotte County


Comprehensive List of Resources

Website: Local Resources - NAMI Lee, Charlotte and Hendry Counties

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