Ladies' Day Out

The Community Health Care Clinic has partnered with Fort Jesse Imaging Center & Gale Keeran Center for Women to provide screening mammograms to low-income and uninsured women in McLean County.

Together we helped 32 women get their screening mammograms, and 3 women received follow-up diagnostic studies at Fort Jesse Imaging Center, providing a total of $11,532 worth of free services.

Photo by David Proeber, The Pantagraph
Photo by David Proeber, The Pantagraph

Food Farmacy

A healthy diet is an important part of treating chronic disease. But many of our patients struggle to afford the healthy foods they need to manage their symptoms.

Together with Home Sweet Home Ministries, the Clinic helps food insecure patients with diabetes, hypertension and other chronic illnesses supplement their diet with healthy foods and fresh produce.

Our physicians write patients a "prescription" pass for up to 10 visits to the HSHM Bread for Life Co-op.

Through the Food Farmacy program, patients can shop at the co-op without paying a membership fee.

Read more about the Food Farmacy here.

Produce Garden

The Clinic partners with Carle BroMenn Medical Center to maintain a seasonal produce garden.

Patients can take home fresh fruits and vegetables grown onsite for free.

Leftover produce from your own garden?

We gladly accept donations from local gardeners. Please call ahead at (309) 888-5531 to let us know what and how much you'd like to bring in.


Every $1 invested has a $17 impact in patient services and avoided healthcare costs.