Tri State Community Health Center (Tri State) is a 501c3 non-profit organization, founded to help low-income and homeless residents of Memphis receive high quality, culturally-sensitive primary and behavioral health services, as well as the tools and resources needed to make life choices that will improve their overall health and wellbeing.
Tri State Community Health Center is a 330 HRSA grant funded Federally Qualified Health Center.
- We are a brand new facility located in the 38118 zip code. This is a community health center with a welcoming and professional environment.
We are in collaboration with UT Medical Group to provide dentistry services.
- The clinic is currently staffed with 2 physicians and 2 Family Nurse Practitioners who are all board certified.
- Our goal is to provide quality health care to everyone that is seen in our clinic.
- We provide services to all ages.
- Our facility consists of a pediatric and adult wing, a laboratory and a large reception area that is open and inviting. In the near future, we will provide dentistry and pharmacy.
- The services that we currently offer consists of physical exams, well-child exams, well-women’s exams, and treatment of acute and chronic diseases.
- We accept all insurances as well as self-pay patients.
- We are open Monday- Friday and will be opening on Saturdays soon with extended clinic hours for your convenience.
- We are the clinic where the staff really cares about you and your health care needs.
- On staff case Managers are here to assist you individually in working through tough times.
Our Outreach & Enrollment Specialist will provide assistance with Medicare enrollment/ Marketplace assistance as well as enrollment for CHIPS program.
Wellness Center coming soon… to promote health and fitness using state of the art equipment and services.
Tri State was founded by Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program, Incorporated (CAAP), a Memphis nonprofit that has been providing substance abuse and mental health services to underserved populations in Memphis and the surrounding counties for more than 25 years, in response to the evident need for integrated primary and behavioral health care for individuals experiencing or affected by co-occurring behavioral health issues.