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Integrated Health

How We Help

Integrated health provides free, bilingual primary health and psychiatric care in a trusted, collaborative setting for low-income, under- and uninsured individuals with mental illness, developmental disabilities, or co-occurring disorders. 

How We Are Different

Imagine a doctor that really listens and takes their time with you. Imagine a nurse who goes on walks with you and teaches you how to manage your health in your home. And imagine all this care coordinated in one place where you feel safe and secure, where all staff speaks your language. This is Association House Integrated Health. Here, our bilingual team works together to meet our participants holistic health needs. 

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Dr. Kristina Gawor, a white female psychiatrist.

"It is so important to have Integrated Health as a part of the care provided at Association House because psychiatric health and medical health are connected; health is health. Having Integrated Health under the same roof allows me easier access to information I need to help me provide care. It's much more convenient for participants as well to access their healthcare services onsite."

- Dr. Kristina Gawor, Psychiatrist

Eligibility & Enrollment

This program serves Medicaid-eligible individuals with severe mental health or substance use disorder or developmental disability. Individuals must be enrolled in a referring Association House program. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us at 773-772-8009 ext. 1020.

90% of participants receiving psychiatric services through Integrated Health improve or maintain their level of functioning over the course of a year.

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Black female counselor talking to a black female patient.

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photograph of a black male participant in Association House's Life Skills Education Program.

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Life Skills education instructor, a hispanic male, showing a hispanic female LSE participant some tips at the bowling alley.

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