NOTICE: Please be advised that Clinic availability and/or the hours of operation are subject to change without notice due to the health department's activities related to COVID-19 and the needs within the Collin County community. Beginning June 1st, All Clinics are available by appointment only. Walk-in's will not be accepted, until further notice. All visitors to our clinics and/or building will be required to wear a face mask as outlined by the Texas Medical Board. Collin County Health Care Services appreciates your patience and understanding during this public health event.
Collin County Indigent Health Office
825 N. McDonald Street, Suite 110
McKinney, Texas 75069
Hours: Monday–Thursday, 8am–4pm
Indigent Health Care Programs
This program provides health care services to qualified, adult indigent residents of Collin County. Proof of income and resources are required to determine eligibility. Please see the
Links & Resources at the bottom of this page for eligibility forms.
Collin County helps fund non-profit organizations and health clinics throughout the area that offer a variety of services for county residents. Please check these pages for more information on the services that are available.
Primary Care Services
Non-Profit Organizations & Private Clinics
Links & Resources
Collin County Indigent Health Care Public Notice
Notice Regarding Texas Senate Bill 420
Collin County Indigent Eligibility Application Packet (all applicants)
Federal Poverty Level Charts