Jefferson Comprehensive Care System – Open Hands Center Details

This is a SLIDING SCALE clinic. The costs for clinic services are based on either your income or they offer type of financial assistance. Contact the clinic directly to discuss prices for individual services which vary. Sliding Scale does not necessarily mean free.

Last-Modified: 2023-08-25 21:11:46

Health care for the homeless located in Little Rock.

Offers dentistry services.

May qualify for a sliding scale fee, inquire with organization directly.


Pediatrics to Geriatrics
Family Practice
Chronic Disease
Breast Care Program
Behavioral Health
Cancer Screening
Medication Assistance Program

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Jefferson Comprehensive Care System – Open Hands Center Mission Statement

To be an innovative leader, promoting improved health care outcomes and equal access to the highest quality health care for all Arkansans. To advocate for and facilitate the success of health centers and promote access to health care in Arkansas.

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We have listed the dental costs below which we have compiled for Jefferson Comprehensive Care System – Open Hands Center. We cannot guarantee the dental costs to be completely accurate. Costs are displayed for informational purposes for our users. We have compiled prices provided by users to this website. In order to obtain actual costs please contact the dental offices directly.

Date Added Type of Clinic Description Cost
2023-09-17 $300
2023-01-12 Charged Sliding Scale $0
2023-01-06 Completely Free Clinic $50
2022-04-29 Not Free Or Sliding Scale $620
2018-10-22 Completely Free Clinic $0
2018-08-23 Completely Free Clinic $0
2018-05-27 Charged Sliding Scale $100
2018-03-07 Not Free Or Sliding Scale $25
2018-02-01 Charged Sliding Scale $25
2018-01-29 Not Free Or Sliding Scale $600
2017-12-08 Charged Sliding Scale $50
2017-12-08 Charged Sliding Scale $50
2017-07-29 Charged Sliding Scale $25

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  • Posted by User on Tuesday, December 29, 2020

    Response: ID, SS, INS if applicable and a letter of residency

  • Posted by on Feb 1, 2018

    I went in with 2 abscessed teeth, the dental assistant kept trying to force the metal piece from the xray machine forcefully into my mouth which wouldnt open more than an inch or so due to infection....when she realized from my screams of pain it wasnt working the dentist wrote me an rx for antibiotics and percocet....I still have the teeth I refuse to go back to this place. I can't afford to have them pulled at a normal dentist's office so I'm's been 5 years they have abscessed on me 3 more times.

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