Get abortion counseling and services.
Find a clinic for adult vaccinations and immunization.
Get a poster with information about vaccines for adults.
Learn about resources for living with Alzheimer's Disease, including long-term care and living arrangements. Get support for caregivers.
Report a problem with an ambulance.
Find out which hospital an ambulance took a patient to.
Report a problem with an assisted living facility or adult home.
Learn about asthma and resources for families with children with asthma.
Get an autopsy report for a legal family member.
Find a school-based community center for children, youth, and adults.
Get birth control.
Learn about services and rights for people who are blind or low vision.
Learn about different types of cancer.
Get a Department of Health Dental Clinic record.
Find an eye doctor or clinic for children.
Get locations of public health clinics for an infant, child, or teen.
Get a referral for shots or vaccines or a school medical exam for children.
Request for medical referrals, health insurance, and resources for chronically ill or disabled children under 21 years old.
Learn about Expedited Partner Therapy.
Learn about the risks of circumcision or report any concerns.
Learn about colon cancer prevention, screening, and risk factors.
Report or get information on a communicable disease if you are a doctor, nurse, or other health care provider.
Get information about symptoms, prevention, and other health guidance for coronavirus also known as COVID-19.
Get tested for COVID-19.
Report a problem with a COVID-19 testing site.
Learn about options for proving COVID vaccination status or negative COVID test results. Correct or replace a vaccine record.
Get information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Learn how to connect with a CoveredNYCVet specialist who can provide healthcare options for veterans.
Get help for veterans in crisis.
Learn about services and resources for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Report professional misconduct by a dentist.
Find a clinic offering free or low-cost immunization, sexual health, tuberculosis, or other health services.
Learn about early intervention services for children from birth to age 3 with developmental delays.
Learn about diabetes, including diabetes developed during pregnancy.
Make a complaint about a doctor.
Register to be an organ and tissue donor.
Donate, buy, or sell medical devices including wheelchairs, hearing aids, hospital beds, and scooters.
Get free, confidential help with drug or alcohol addiction, such as crisis services and treatment referrals. Make a drug/alcohol rehab facility complaint.
Get bulletins, guides, and other information to learn about eating healthy.
Get Plan B, also known as the morning-after pill.
Report someone who appears to be mentally ill.
Learn about the Enterovirus EV-D68 virus which can cause respiratory illness.
Get health Information and treatment referrals for adults and children with epilepsy.
Get information or make a complaint about an ambulance bill from the Fire Department Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
Order a poster, flyer, or postcard with information about Fentanyl and overdose prevention.
Learn about flu prevention, including flu shots and nasal spray vaccines.
Get a poster with information that can help prevent the flu.
Get a flu shot or learn about other ways to prevent the flu.
Get gynecology services.
Request testing and treatment for Hansen's Disease, also known as leprosy.
Request health care coordination and services for incarcerated people leaving jail or prison and their families.
Get help if you're a doctor or health care professional, including volunteering for COVID-19 vaccination sites.
Get the form and guidelines for appointing someone to legally make healthcare decisions for you if you can't do it yourself.
Get locations, hours, and contact information for a clinic to get a low cost health screening for diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic diseases.
Get a mammogram, prenatal care, preventative care, or health screenings for women.
Calculate your heart age and find low cost resources to improve your health.
Get tested, vaccinated, or treated for hepatitis.
Get a copy of the NYC Commission on HIV and AIDS Report.
Get help for people with HIV or AIDS.
Learn about HIV prevention, PrEP, and PEP.
Get HIV and AIDS counseling, testing, and treatment services.
Get in-home care for Medicaid recipients, seniors, and others.
Report a problem with home care services.
Report a problem with a hospital or clinic in New York State.
Get locations and contact information for public hospitals.
Get a human papillomavirus (HPV) health bulletin.
Get a copy of immunization records.
Get the Stop HIV in NYC: Know Your HIV Status" health bulletin.
Get a lawyer referral, free legal services, and answers to questions about the law and courts.
Learn about Leptospirosis, a bacterial disease associated with rat urine.
Learn about services and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) individuals, parents, and youth.
Get locations of public hospitals or clinics offering mammograms and breast examinations.
Report a problem with medical treatment received from managed care plans.
Learn about measles and measles vaccination.
Get help with Medicaid, which is free health insurance coverage for eligible adults and children. Replace or correct a Medicaid card.
Report a problem with quality or danger of medical device or machine.
Call 911 to report any type of medical or health related emergency.
Request a medical or health care record.
Get medical records for currently or formerly City jail incarcerated people.
Learn about transportation to medical appointments for people who have Medicaid.
Learn about invasive meningitis (meningococcal disease).
Learn about mental health services for people released from City jail.
Get assistance for mental health patients who do not follow their treatment plans.
Learn about mental health services for people age 60 and older.
Learn about novel coronavirus associated with living in or traveling to the Middle East.
Get information about symptoms, prevention, and other health guidance for monkeypox (mpox).
Order a poster of a person with their story of using Naloxone to save someone who was overdosing.
Learn about a program that provides home visits from trained health workers to an expectant or new parent who has recently given birth.
Learn about the program that provides home visits and free cribs to eligible new mothers in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx.
Learn about the 2021 NYC Housing and Vacancy Survey conducted by the US Census Bureau.
Request for a free nurse home visit or parenting education for a low-income, first-time pregnant teen or woman.
Report a problem with a nursing home care.
Get information about choices for living at home or in a long term setting for seniors, and for children and adults with a disability.
Learn about health care services for New Yorkers who cannot afford insurance or are not eligible for it.
Request NYC Condoms or report an issue.
Get housing reports from the New York City Rent Guidelines Board.
Get free, confidential help with mental health or substance abuse issues, including crisis services and treatment referrals.
Get referrals for support and services for family or friends caring for a person 60 or older, or for seniors caring for a person of any age.
Get information and referrals for preventing opiate overdose.
Get an Opioid Overdose Prevention Poster.
Call 911 to report someone in very bad condition who needs immediate medical help.
Learn about support programs and resources for parents.
Learn about resources, referrals, and information about programs for people with disabilities.
Report professional misconduct by a pharmacist.
Get help in English or Spanish for poison-related issues.
Get information about symptoms, prevention, and other health guidance about polio.
Report a pregnancy services center that does not disclose required information about the services it offers.
Learn about programs and services for pregnant women, expectant fathers, and families.
Get a pregnancy test.
Get care during pregnancy to keep you and your baby healthy at a Health Department clinic.
Learn how to be prepared so you can get your medication during a disaster.
Get help to quit smoking.
Learn about the shots required for school and day care.
Find a clinic offering sexual and reproductive health services.
Learn about sexual and reproductive justice.
Request social services and emergency assistance for victims of rape, incest, and sexual assault.
Get information, testing, and referrals for treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Call 911 to report that someone is considering suicide or endangering themselves.
Get information and help with applying for or living in supportive housing.
Request Department of Health forms to register terminations of pregnancy, for medical facilities only.
Get health information and treatment referrals for adults and children with Tourette Syndrome.
Get a screening or treatment for tuberculosis.
Learn about health care options for veterans.
Learn about West Nile Virus.
Learn about programs, resources, and support for women.
Learn about the World Trade Center Health Program.
Report a problem with an X-ray machine.
Get resources for young people, troubled youth, and their families. Includes Community Connect, walk-in centers, and NYC Teen website.