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Low Cost and Free Vision Care

VISION CLINICVision Clinics: Days & times vary; approximately 12 times per month.

It is recommended that you undergo an eye exam once a year to ensure optimal eye health and the correct use of contact lenses. These exams are crucial as they serve as a diagnostic tool, integral to maintaining your overall health. Regular check-ups help in the early detection of potential issues and ensure that your prescription is up-to-date.

For individuals with specific health conditions, the frequency of these exams may increase based on medical advice. Your doctor or optometrist can provide personalized recommendations, ensuring that your vision care is tailored to your health needs.

By adhering to these guidelines, you can maintain the health of your eyes and achieve the best possible vision with your contact lenses.

FREE OR LOW COST VISION  CARE IN LOS ANGELES COUNT

NAMEFee if Any
 
PHONE NUMBERADDRESSWEBSITEMORE INFORMATION
Complete Eye Care Center$         45.00(323) 373-96332825 Crenshaw Blvd LA, CA 90016www.completeeyecarecenterla.com                                  OPTICIAN
Alvarado Eye Care Centre$70.00(213) 388-9648816 S Alvarado St 
Los Angeles, CA 90057-4010
  
      
UCLA MOBILE EYE CLINICFREE(310) 825-2195 UCLA Mobile Eye ClinicCALL FOR INFORMATION
REMOTE AREA MEDICALFREE  REMOTE AREA    MEDICAL SCHDUELETRAVEL AROUND US : Bringing health care to those in need
Saban Free ClinicFREE/LOW COST(323) 330-1629 or                (323)-337-1761 SABAN FREE CLINICCALL FOR ELIGIBILITY AND LOCATION
QUEENS VISION CARE$35.00(213) 380-7298150 North Reno Street
      Los Angeles, CA 90026
 Echo Park Clinic
 Sight For StudentsFree vision care and glasses VSPsightforstudents.orgApply online for eligibility
QUEENS VISION CARE$35.00(323) 953-71704618 Fountain Avenue
      Los Angeles, CA 90029
QUEENS CAREHollywood Clinic
      
CLINICA MSR. OSCAR A ROMERO (213) 989-7700123 South Alvarado Street
      Los Angeles, CA 90057
Clinica Msr. Oscar A. RomeroPico-Union / Westlake
        CALL FOR INFORMATION /APPOINTMENT
   Los Angeles, CA 90057  
Valley Community ClinicLOW COST/ FREE(818) 764-70476801 Coldwater Canyon Avenue
      North Hollywood, CA 91605
CALL FOR APPOINTMENTMonday - Friday:  8:00am - 4:00pm
        Closed 12 midday - 1:00pm
   North Hollywood, CA 91605  
Angels for SightFREE(310) 537-2102920 North Alameda Street
Compton, California 90221
http://www.angelsforsight.org/KIDS AND SENIORS
      
M.E.N.D. (Meet Each Need with Dignity)LOW COST/ FREE(818) 897-244310641 N. San Fernando Road
Pacoima, CA 91331
MEND POVERTYAppointments MUST be made in person at the MEND office Tuesday through Friday 8 a.m. -5 p.m.
    VISION CLINIC:Days & times vary; approximately 12 times per month.
GLENDALE, SAN FERNANDO VALLEY, SANTA CLARITA     
South Bay Family Healthcare CenterLOW COST/ FREE(310) 802-6170 FAMILY HEALTH CARE SYSTEMServices for Diabetic Patients Only
VENICE FAMILY CLINICS 
Milken Family Foundation Medical Building/FREE(310)392-8636604 Rose AvenueMAKE AN APPOINTMENT The Venice Family Clinic has a Call Center (appointment phone line)
Frederick R. Weisman Family Center  Venice, CA 90291 310.392.8636.
Robert Levine Family Health CenterFREE(310)392-8636905 Venice Boulevard
      Venice, CA 90291
 Call Center Hours are:
        Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Simms/Mann Health and Wellness CenterFREE(310)392-86362509 Pico Boulevard
      Santa Monica, CA 90405
 Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Santa Monica High SchoolFREE(310)392-8636601 Pico Boulevard
      Santa Monica, CA 90405
 Call Center Hours are:
        Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
OPCC    Annenberg Access CenterFREE(310)392-8636503 Olympic Boulevard
        Santa Monica, CA 90401
 Call Center Hours are:
          Monday through    Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Irma Colen Health CenterFREE(310)392-86364700 Inglewood Boulevard, #102
       Los Angeles, CA 90230
 Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
         The Venice Family Clinic has a Call Center (appointment phone line)
Braddock Square Shopping Center  Los Angeles, CA 90230 The Venice Family Clinic has a Call Center (appointment phone line) 
Children First Early Head Start InglewoodFREE(310) 392-8636111 N. La Brea Ave., Suite 410
        Inglewood, CA 90301
 310.392.8636.
Culver City Youth Health CenterFREE(310) 392-86364401 Elenda Street
       Culver City, CA 90230
 Call Center Hours are:
          Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
     Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
 NEW EYES FOR THE NEEDY            FREE          (973)376-4903 Apply for Eyeglasses
Watts Healthcare CorporationSliding Scale starting at $30       (323) 357-668010300 Compton Ave  
Crenshaw Community Health Center Los Angeles, California 90002-3628  
Tzu Chi Medical ClinicFirst visit free /$35.00        (626) 281-33831000 S. Garfield Ave.
Alhambra, CA 91801
 https://www.tzuchi.us/ 
 Tzu Chi Mobile "Eye Q" Clinic Free559-486-2000 7075 North Sharon Avenue
Fresno, CA 93720 map
726 N. Medical Center Drive East, Suite 101
Clovis, CA 93611 map
2719 Cinema Way
Selma, CA 93662 map
  
Service Planning Area Phone Number Local Agency 
SPA 2: 818.896.0246 or  M.E.N.D. (Meet Each Need with Dignity) 
Glendale 818.897.2443 www.mendpoverty.org 
San Fernando Valley     
Santa Clarita 818.365.8086 Northeast Valley Health Corporation 
   www.nevhc.org 
SPA 4: 213.201.2855 or Clinica Msr. Oscar A. Romero 
Boyle Heights, Chinatown, Downtown LA, Echo Park,  323.987.1030 www.clinicaromero.com 


National Organizations 

 

ORGANIZATION FEE PHONE NUMBER ADDRESS WEBSITE MORE INFORMATION
 Vision USA    www.aoa.org/ sponsored by the American Optometric Association (AOA) and provides free vision care to low-income people and their families that meet specific criteria - submit online
 Lions Clubs International 619-298-5273 

http://lionsvisionclinic.org/

Club Locator Near You

 They provide screening nationwide for all, please call them for more
 Eye Care America   877-887-6327 https://www.aao.org/eyecare-america For Seniors 65 yrs of age and older
Vision Vans Free 630-571-5466 Travel Across the US  New glasses and free eye care to disadvantaged children
 VSPGlobal Site for Students   https://vspglobal.com/cms/vspglobal-outreach/gift-certificates.html Find Mobile Clinics or use a gift certificate to a VSP network Doctor
      



International Organizations
 

ORGANIZATION FEE PHONE NUMBER ADDRESS WEBSITE MORE INFORMATION
 Tsh Chi Clinic   https://tzuchimedical.us/mobile-clinics/central-californiaTzu Chi USA's Vision Mobile Clinic program offers free vision screenings and prescription glasses. The Tzu Chi Medical Foundation's mobile clinics also offer free vision, medical, dental, and cancer screening. 
      
      
      
      

Is a Contact Lens Exam Different from a Glasses Exam?

Yes, a contact lens exam differs from a glasses exam, though they share some similarities. Both types of exams include standard eye tests to assess your overall vision and eye health. However, a contact lens exam goes a step further.

Key Differences:

  • Contact Lens Fitting and Evaluation: In addition to the routine tests, a contact lens exam includes a detailed fitting. This fitting ensures the lenses fit your eyes correctly and comfortably.
  • Trial Period: After the fitting, you'll typically receive trial contact lenses to wear for a set period.
  • Follow-Up Exam: A follow-up appointment is scheduled to evaluate how well the trial lenses work and make any necessary adjustments.

In summary, while both exams begin with a similar vision assessment, the contact lens exam incorporates additional steps to ensure proper fit and comfort, tailored specifically for contact lens wearers.

 

How Should I Prepare for My Eye Exam?

To make your eye exam as smooth and efficient as possible, here's what you need to do:

Complete Paperwork in Advance: Save time by completing the necessary forms online before you arrive at the appointment. This way, you can jump straight into the exam without any delays.

Bring Your Current Eyewear: Make sure to bring your existing glasses or contact lenses, including the contact lens box, if applicable. This will help your optometrist understand your current prescription and make any necessary adjustments.

Carry Your Insurance Card: If you have vision insurance, don't forget to bring your insurance card. This is essential for processing any potential benefits and making your visit hassle-free.

By following these steps, you'll ensure a smoother and more efficient eye exam experience.

 

How Do I Know If I Need an Eye Exam?

Wondering if it's time to book an eye exam? Here are some key signs to watch for:

  • Vision Changes: If you notice any alterations in how you see, such as difficulty focusing or sudden vision shifts, it's essential to check your eyes
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  • Blurry Vision: Persistent blurriness, whether near or far, clearly indicates that you may need professional attention.
  • Recurring Headaches: Frequent headaches, especially those starting behind the eyes or temples, can be a symptom of vision issues.
  • Eye Discomfort: Experiencing regular eye pain, strain, or fatigue? These discomforts often signal that your eyesight needs evaluation.
  • Seeing Spots or Floaters: Spots, floaters, or flashes of light in your vision are signs that shouldn't be ignored.

If any of these symptoms sound familiar, it's time to schedule an eye exam. Your vision is vital, and early detection can prevent potential issues.



 



 
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